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Jerry Rabb

Posted 2021-02-21 by mhenderson
Published in Today's News Herald on Feb. 21, 2021 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Jerry Rabb, 80, passed away on Jan. 13, 2021 from covid-19.
On Jan. 13, 2021 Jerry lost his battle with covid, but he will never
lose the respect, love and admiration he earned from so many Lake
Havasu City residents during his time here.

He will be deeply missed by us all. He will be fondly remembered and
sadly missed by all whose life he touched.

Jerry was born in Gladwin, Michigan Feb. 26, 1940. He graduated from
Denby High School in Detroit and continued on to six years in U.S.
Army. He was stationed in Pirmasens, Germany where he met and was
married for 41 years to Doris Rabb (deceased 2002). Upon returning to
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and finishing his military time, he went
on to join the Warren Police Department where he had a rewarding
career until he retired in 1992. During this time, he attended Macomb
County Community College where he obtained a criminal justice degree.

Jerry moved to Lake Havasu City in 2005 and married his wife Colleene
on Dec. 28, 2015. They had six very happy years where they traveled,
enjoyed socializing with their friends and going dancing/ karaoking at
the clubs.

Jerry is survived by loving wife Colleene, daughters Debbie Moore &
Michele (Peter) Uebelacker, stepson Robert, stepdaughter Diana (Art),
proud Opa of Patrick Moore, Steven Uebelacker, Laura Moore & Veronika
Uebelacker, dearest brother of the late Shirley (Gene) Flatt, brother-
in-law to Chuck (Deda) of Lake Havasu City and Elton (Judy) of

Please feel free to share any memories you may have of Jerry during
the memorial service that will be held March 7, from 1p.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Elks Lodge.

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