Evelyn E. Ramming, age 83, formerly of Columbia Ave., Greenville, passed away Wednesday morning, December 23, 2020 in St. Paul's Senior Living Community.

She was born in Pittsburgh on January 1, 1937 to Richard A. and Amanda (Knoellinger) Ramming. Evelyn was a 1954 graduate of West View High School, received her B.S. Degree in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh in 1959, her Master's Degree in Nursing in 1969 from Wayne State University and her P.H.D. in Adult Education in 1992 from the University of Oklahoma. From 1969-1993 she served on Faculty at the University of Oklahoma School of Nursing and from 1993-2002 she was employed by Thiel College as the Director of the Nursing Program.

Evelyn was a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Greenville, where she served as the Committee Chair for Worship and Music and had also been active with the Needlework Group. She was a past member of the Greenville Business and Professional Women.

Evelyn is survived and dearly missed by three nephews, two nieces and numerous great nephews and nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters; Alice Lewis of Raleigh, NC and Janet Calvert of Cheswick, PA, a brother; Richard A. Ramming, Jr., her niece, Cathleen Wagner of Columbiana, OH, and a nephew Andrew T. Lewis.

Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, a Private Graveside Funeral will be held Wednesday, December 30, 2020 in Mt. Royal Cemetery, Glenshaw, PA. Memorial contributions may be made to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1 Trinity Place, Greenville, PA 16125. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.



  1. Linda & Rusty Saverino Linda & Rusty Saverino
    December 26, 2020    

    We are so sorry. Evelyn was a wonderful woman. She will be missed greatly.

  2. Jeanne Campbell Jeanne Campbell
    April 15, 2023    

    I just came across this. So sorry to hear that she passed away. She was my Nursing instructor and was the best example of a perfect nurse. She was instrumental in my career as a nurse. I graduated from OU college of Nursing in 1984. I’m still a full time nurse. I credit much of my success to her:)

  3. Anonymous Anonymous
    April 15, 2023    

    See above

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