Camille J. Rabitoy

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died September 1, 2013

Gladstone, MI
Camille J. Rabitoy, age 79, of 616 N. 14th Street, Gladstone, MI, passed away Sunday September 1, 2013 at the St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba.

Camille was born March 24, 1934 in Gladstone the daughter of Peter and Lucy (Gregory) Rabitoy. She was raised in Gladstone where she was a 1952 graduate of Gladstone High School. She continued her education in nursing at the St. Francis School of Nursing in Peoria, IL where she received her B.S. degree in Nursing. She later received her M.A. in Education from N.M.U.


16 Tributes for “Camille J. Rabitoy

    Camille, was a wonderful woman & friend.We will miss her.She was a very dear friend of my mom’s & also with us.Our deepest sympathies are with her family!

    Ms. Rabitoy holds a special place in my heart, she came to my house and caught me skipping school. Then taught me to be a good LPN, who 19 yrs later become an RN and retired after 35+ yrs. she is at rest in the arms of Jesus. May peace envelop her family and friends.

    Camille was Romaine’s (my mother) 1st cousin. She was a smart person who taught me so much. I always remember how she loved books and KFC. I will miss my dear cousin.

    Praise God for Camille Rabitoy. She was an angle in our time of need during Kathy’s illness. That is an ordeal that I could not have made it through without her love and caring presence. If she is not with the Lord now, then we are all in trouble.
    God’s blessing on her soul.

    I got to know her when she made Cursillo many years ago and had lost touch with her personally but got to know more about her from her friend Fran G. My sympathy and prayers to all of her close friends and family.
    I agree with Geoffrey Gautcher “If she is not with the Lord now, then we are all in trouble”.
    May Camille rest in peace with the Lord.

    Camile was the most dedicated caring nurse and instructor that anyone could ever know. She was a cherished co-worker and friend with a heart of gold, was the greatest listener in the world. It was an honor and a pleasure working with her for many years and will be dearly missed. Gerry Vanlerberghe.

    We are sorry to learn of Camille’s passing. We remember her from when she worked in the office of Drs. Dehlin, Olson and Maniaci. She was always a kind and pleasant nurse. Our condolences to her family.

    Ms. Rabitoy was my nursing instructor in 1975.She made a lasting impression on my life.
    She was always kind, but expected no less than excellent in our nursing practice.
    Thank you Camille, you helped make a good nurse out of me.

    I will always remember Camille (my co-worker @ Bay de Noc Community College for 30 years) as a committed, caring individual and a patient understanding,non judgemental instructor. She always had a smile and a listening ear and she was one who was aways wiling to take on additional duties and responsibilities. She gave so much to her work and to her church community. My prayers go with her. Shirley Mande

    Ms. Rabitoy was one of my nursing instructors at Bay. She was a true reflection of what a nurse should be. She will always have a special place in my heart. She was very special.

    Miss Rabitoy was a wonderful woman. I had her sister Christine as my sixth grade teacher and loved her very dearly. Camille was just as amazing as her sister was. I will miss her very much, just like Miss Rabitoy. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. They were special people for sure.

    As retired President of Bay College (1985-1997,) I want to express my sympathies on the death of Camille. Her leadership in the faculty and her work in the Nursing Department have in large measure made Bay College the outstanding Community College it is. Camille is a great example of a person of deep faith and commitment.

    I knew Camille throught the Delta Co. Gen. Society.She was a special lady always willing to help other with their research. She will be missed.

    We knew Camille and her sister Christine and their parents from living only a couple blocks away. After having Christine as a teacher, I came full circle and worked at St. Francis when Camille was there with her students. Wonderful instructor. I know she will also be missed by her All Saints Parish family.

    Although I knew Camille only on the phone, I feel a sense of loss. I was a close Franciscan friend of Chris. The two did the Church proud. My condolences and sympathy are with the sisters’ family and friends.

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