Condolences:

Judy J Cheek posted on May 7, 2019
Lisa and Family.. so sorry for your loss, prayers and love going out to you all.
 

Wanda T New posted on May 5, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. Jay was a good guy. I know him and David are having a good time taking about hunting deer they loved it..
 

Carl F. Selander posted on May 2, 2019
I wanted to express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Jay Rambeaut. I also wanted you to know that you remain in my prayers and in the prayers of my fellow church members in Cayce, SC. God bless.
 

Bobby Page posted on April 30, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Jay. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
 

Louis Wilmoth posted on April 30, 2019
We are so sorry for the passing of Jay. Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and the PSNC/Scana family. May you find comfort in the good memories that you shared and cherished. With love, Louis & Donna Wilmoth former co-worker at SCANA
 

Tony & Sheri Lowery posted on April 30, 2019
It made us terribly sad to hear of Jay's passing. You couldn't be around Jay without a story, laughter or a memory being made. He will be missed by many. We give our sincerest condolences to his Wife, Craig and the rest of Jay's family & friends.
 

Diana Azcue posted on April 30, 2019
Heartfelt Sympathy; My family and I are Wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow and Comfort in the midst of pain. Praying for you all.
 

Joe & Michele Noto ( Friends of Amy Justus) posted on April 29, 2019
So sorry for the loss of your loved one. Prayers for comfort and peace.
 

FRANKIE WILSON posted on April 29, 2019
Lisa, Craig and family I am so sorry that Jay's time came to soon to go to heaven. There are so many fond memories of him and of your family that I have been reflecting on. He was one of the first people that I met when we moved to North Side and it was instant love. Always had a smile on his face and would have one on yours in just a minute after starting to talk to him. Lisa, he loved you so much from a young age and still does. Craig, you were his pride and joy and he will be watching you from heaven and still be so proud of the man you are and all of the wonderful things you have and will do. He loved his family and friends. Rest in Peace until we meet again...much love, Frankie and family
 

Felicia Howard posted on April 29, 2019
May God bless and comfort you in your sorrow.
 

Cynthia Wilson posted on April 29, 2019
I only know David Forsyth and am lifting your family up in prayers during this time of grief. May you each have a time to share good memories and know that he is in God's loving care.
 

LuAnne Latta posted on April 29, 2019
So sorry for the loss of Jay. I do not know him but know and love Darlene. I prayed for the family and for Jay during this very difficult time. May God keep you very close during the days ahead.
 

Judy Hodgin posted on April 29, 2019
I don’t know any of you but I do know David Forsyth through Habitat for Humanities. He has kept us posted about Jay. I put Jay on the prayer list at our church. I know you are heart broken. I watched the video and hurt for all of you. You are in my prayers. May God give you peace and strength.
 

Mary Hylton posted on April 29, 2019
I'm so sorry to hear of Jay's passing. Please know that we in Akron Ohio are praying for you and your family.. I work for Dominion and I've done the same job Jay was doing at the time of the accident. I wish I could be there to give you a hug and let you know how sorry I am. I will continue to pray for you and your family. My heart hurts for you.
 

Robin Simpson posted on April 29, 2019
Blessings to you all as I know your hearts are broken. Prayers that your wonderful memories will heal and sustain you during this time tho I know your lives are changed forever. I didn't know Jay or you but I do know your Uncle David Forsythe and he has shared with many in Roxboro. Know there are so many that hold you up in loving prayer, near and far.
 

Nikki Aiken posted on April 29, 2019
Prayers for the family. Jay will be missed
 

Pastor&Mrs. J.G. Willis, posted on April 29, 2019
Blessed be The GOD And FATHER of our LORD JESUS CHRIST, The FATHER Of Compassion And The GOD of All Comfort...- 2 Corinthians 1:3. In remembering Jay in Church yesterday one of our Member said her Husband also worked with Jay on call for City of Creedmoor and had many conversations with him. And like all who know Jay said "He was a good Man". May you find HIS Comfort in the Prayers and thoughts extended to your Family. Pastor&Mrs. J.G. Willis, Glory to GOD Ministries and Co-Worker, P.S.N.C. Energy
 

James "Moose" Keith posted on April 29, 2019
I'm saddened to hear of Jay's accident, injuries, and related passing. I offer my sympathy and condolences to the Rambeaut family.
 

Rachel F Thomas posted on April 29, 2019
We are so sorry for your loss and the loss for Durham City. Prayers with you all for years to come.
 

Angie Claiborne posted on April 28, 2019
Lisa, I am so sorry. We are sending prayers for comfort and healing. Take each day one at a time.
 

Kelly Dillon & Family posted on April 28, 2019
Dearest Lisa, Craig, Donna and all family... our prayers are with you during this unfathomable time. Jay loved his family and you were all his joy! We love you and send you strength and peace.
 

Sue Ogle posted on April 27, 2019
God is with you in your time of sorrow. My heart and prayers go out to you Lisa,Craig and the entire Rambeaut family
 

Damon Beck posted on April 27, 2019
Sending prayer to the Rambeaut family, Jay you will missed but not forgotten.
 

Shelia Forsythe Butts posted on April 27, 2019
Lisa and Craig - how does anyone say goodbye to a hero? In my opinion that is what Jay was on that fatal day of the explosion. He was there doing his job but also putting himself in the line of fire, knowing what a risk he was taking. He, like all the firefighters and others who came to assess that cut gas line are heroes because they all know the risk they are taking. Jay is a hero because he took the risk and in doing so, he gave his life. I know this doesn’t ease your loss and take away your heartache, but to a person like me, it elevates him to a level so far above others. I am so honored to know he lived in my community, was married to a part of my family and was father to one of my cousins. He was and is a hero and never forget this! My heart is sad for all of you and my prayers go out to your family as you begin to adjust to your new normal. God bless each of you and may his hand of healing give you peace.
 

Betty Friday posted on April 27, 2019
You have all been in my thought and prayers throughout this ordeal and my heart goes out to you an your family. I'm here for you if there is anything I can do.
 

Mary Anne Averette (Colville) posted on April 27, 2019
May God bring peace and comfort during this tragedy. Lisa,Craig and Donna you are in my prayers Jay was a wonderful man and will always be remember as the first guy with the big truck in Granville County
 

Donna & Bryce Meyers posted on April 27, 2019
We cannot express our sadness for your family's loss. May God keep you in his loving care. Prayers for the family and friends.
 

Hope Raynor posted on April 27, 2019
Elizabeth, I was so sorry to hear about Jay. May God Give You And Your Family Comfort and Peace During This Difficult Time. I remember when we were neighbors on Angier Avenue around 35 years ago. I remember you came over when the EMS took dad to the hospital on the day he died June 6, 1985. It has been a long time since we saw each other.
 

J. Sr. and Sandra Beck posted on April 26, 2019
Lisa, Craig and Family, Pray that God will give you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Remember the wonderful times. J and I were talking the other day about the time you and Jay came to visit us in the mountains. Our Love J. Sr. and Sandra Beck
 

Wade and Sandy Woody posted on April 26, 2019
We are so sorry for such a devastating loss. We had many good times with Jay & Craig this past hunting season in Allensville. We could tell they shared a very special bond. He will be truly missed.
 

Laura and Blane Latta posted on April 26, 2019
Glenn, Darlene, Liz, Lisa and family. Sincere condolences to each of you and your family. Prayers for guidance in the months to come. I remember Jay more when you all lived at the corner of Benjamin and Ashe Street, many years ago. We were all younger then. Prayers.
 

Tammy Keith posted on April 26, 2019
To the Rambeaut family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have been praying that God would heal Jay, and praying for your family. There are really no words of comfort for you at this time of loss. All one can do is pray, the Lord hears our prayers. I pray for Peace for you as you try to make sense of this tragedy, I pray for Comfort and Strength for you all in the days ahead. I did not know Jay, or your family, except for Darlene, but this story has touched many. I hope and pray your entire family will feel the love and prayers extended by those who love Jay and your family. May god Bless you all!
 

Terry Hudson posted on April 26, 2019
Words cannot express the sadness of a tragedy such as this,God Bless all the family as you move forward through this,we will keep all in our thoughts and prayers
 

Terri Randall posted on April 26, 2019
Praying God's Peace for you and your family.
 

Jackie F Williams posted on April 26, 2019
Elizabeth and family So sorry for the loss of your brother. He will always be remembered as a hero in the eyes of many. Risking is life for others. Elizabeth I know you may not remember me from school days in East Durham. We had many good times together. Prayers for you and the family during this time of grief. Jackie Fowler Williams
 

Martha Ray Winders posted on April 26, 2019
So sorry to hear of this tragedy knowing Jay was there to help others from the gas leak. After what his body suffered he now has a new body with no more pain. His sister Darlene and I are former classmates and I have known the family for years. I extend my sympathy to them and send prayers of peace and comfort for all the family.
 

Tim Kitts Jr. posted on April 26, 2019
I remember Jay with a smile always on his face. Jay would help you with anything . I ran into him on several occasions when the phone company would have a cut cable, he was always there for the gas service. Remembering a good man! Prayers for his family.
 

Larry Cox posted on April 25, 2019
Having spent many summers with the Rambeaut family on baseball fields all over North Carolina my memory of Jay will be of him smiling and watching Craig play ball. My heart breaks for his family and friends, may God give you comfort and peace during this most difficult time.
 

Mike and Rose Yates posted on April 25, 2019
So very sorry to hear this. I went to school with Darlene back in the day. My husband, Mike, used to Deer hunt with Jay, Glenn and their Dad years ago. May he rest in the loving arms of Jesus. He is healed and pain free now. Know that we are praying for the entire family. Mile and Rose Yates
 

Teresa Ray posted on April 25, 2019
To all of Jay' s family, I am so sorry for what has happened to him. I never saw Jay that he wasn't laughing about something. He was a very happy person. I am sure that he was helping others without a thought of the danger to himself. I am sure that there are people that are still here because of him.
 

Kenneth E Phipps posted on April 25, 2019
So sorry to hear about this. Prayers for the family.