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1952 Rhonda 2021

Rhonda June Notah

November 1, 1952 — May 19, 2021

Rhonda June Notah 68, was born to Henrietta Pablo and Russell Enos and raised in Sacaton, Arizona. Rhonda is survived by her husband of 50 years Lloyd Notah, Jr. and her two children Ben and Tracene Notah. Rhonda was a homemaker for many years and then began a career as a bank teller at the First American Credit Union in Casa Grande, AZ. Rhonda eventually was promoted to Branch manager and expressed her love to work with people and has maintained many friendships throughout her banking career. Rhonda did retire from the credit union but came out of retirement and worked at the Gila River Indian Community OSH office for many years after. Ms. Notah also served her community as a member of the Miss Oothan Tash Royalty committee and GRIC Tribal Elections committee. Rhonda was a strong driven person who always worked hard in everyhting she did in life. Rhonda was a proud wife, mother, sister, and grandmother. Rhonda leaves behind her children Ben, Tracene, Amber and Anissa, her brothers; Jay Pedro, Robert "Bob" Pablo, Lawrence Pedro and her sisters; Dorothy Sunna and Beverly Pedro and all of her grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her mother Henrietta Pablo, her father Russell Enos, and her sisters; Janet Pablo and Joy Pedro. Burial services will be held on Friday, May 28, 2021 at West Cemetery in Sacaton, Arizona.

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Friday, May 28, 2021

Starts at 7:00 am (Eastern time)

West Cemetery

Sacaton, AZ 00000

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