Obituary of Rhodie Georgann Therp
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Rhodie Georgann Therp, 76 years old, of Livermore, passed away on November 13, 2021, after a long battle with Diabetes. Rhodie was born on August 2, 1945, to George & Jennie Hessler in St Paul, Minnesota . After Rhodie graduated from high school, she married Thomas Eugene Jensen Therp. Rhodie was a stay at home mom for many years for their four children. Then going on to work several jobs with longest jobs being held at BMW in Pleasanton as Service Coordinator and then Walgreens as Cashier in Livermore. Rhodie and Tom met while Tom was doing landscaping at Rhodie’s parent’s home in San Luis Obispo. Rhodie and Tom went on to have four children, Diane, Karen, Linda and Tommy. Rhodie was predeceased by her father, George , her mother, Jennie , Her sister, Sharon , her sister, Betty , Her father in law, Hans, her husband, Thomas , her son, Tommy , her brother in law, Kent and many other relatives. She is survived by her sister, Becky , daughter, Diane , son in law Thomas , daughter, Karen , Karen’s Fiance, Rodger , daughter Linda, Granddaughter, Krystina, Krystina’s boyfriend, Thomas, Grandson, Thomas, Granddaughter, Camille, Granddaughter, Victoria , and several great grandchildren, Sister in law, Nikki and many other friends. Services will be held at Santa Cruz Memorial Park, located at 1927 Ocean St, Santa Cruz on Monday, January 17th, 2022 at 2pm. If you would like to send flowers please send to the cemetary or the family requests donations be made to any Diabetes Foundation.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Rhodie Therp, please visit Tribute Store
Graveside Committal Service
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Monday, January 17, 2022
Santa Cruz Memorial Park
1927 Ocean Street Ext.
Santa Cruz, California, United States
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