of Searcy, AR
June 1, 1947 - November 15, 2023
Junior R. ''Rick'' Rambo, 76, of Searcy passed away on November 15, 2023 at Unity Health Medical Center with his family at his side. He was born on June 1, 1947 in Judsonia to Richard Earl and Kathrine Rolland Rambo. Junior is preceded in death by his parents; one son, Terry Rambo and one daughter, Lisa Majors.He is survived by one brother, Dickie (Barbara) Rambo; one sister, Pat Jones; one son, Christian (Susan) von Beverfoerde; five grandchildren, Justin (Kristin) Rambo, Josh (Susan) Rambo, Jason Rambo, Christa Brown and Tristin Coppock; thirteen great-grandchildren, Addison Rambo, Tyler Stacks, Jackson Stacks, Garrison Rambo, Joshua Rambo, Tyler McGarrah, Aubre' Floyd, Austin Rambo, Alaina Rambo, Parker Hendrickson, Asher Hendrickson, Hunter von Beverfoerde and Kayden von Beverfoerde; two nephews, Tracy (Shannon) Rambo and Richard (Chris) Rambo; five great nieces and nephews, Tisha Collins, Tiffany Rambo, Drew (Caleigh) Rambo, Joanie Rambo and Brent (Kayla) Bunker along with other extended family and many friends.Junior served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam War and received many medals for his service to our country with some being a National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, three Bronze Service Stars, Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star Medal and Rifle Expert. After his time in the service, he drove over the road trucks for the Teamsters for many years and moved back to the Searcy area to settle down on a small farm where he raised horses. In his past time, he could be found riding motorcycles and driving and working on hotrods. His favorite was spending time with his family and friends. Services for Junior are set for Saturday, November 18, 2023 at 2:00 PM for a Graveside Service with Military Honors at Searcy Faith Cemetery. Interment to follow. All services are under the direction of Roller-Daniel.
Bob I wish you would call me I cannot get your number. Am so sorry I missed his service as he finally got credit for his military service. He jst threw those medals in a drawer and said he did what he had to do. He can rest now. Barbara Roper
Im sorry to hear this news. I enjoyed helping you while you were at the springs of batesville. You were a joy to be around you will be missed by many
Our condolences. A war hero for sure with 3 Bronze Stars. I loved talking to him each time I met him. A kind, fun and sometimes tough guy. We hope all the best for the Rambo family.Sincerely,Steve and Karolina
So sorry for your loss and prayers for your family. He and my dad Jimmie Turley were good friends and use to quail hunt together.
I am sorry for you guys loss. We will be thinking of all of you. The whole family prayers will be coming from my family and friends, Josh, Rambo we love you buddy. Keep your head stay strong he’s in a Better Pl.,. God will take care of him now. Love you Rambo.
Will miss you so much
So sorry for your loss.
Great man, Friend we will love you ALWAYS. Rest in Peace. You will be so missed. See you later. Love you. Brantley rd. Will never be the same. Our hearts are broken ??.