Nicole Louise Booth Ramjoué

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Nicole Louise Booth Ramjoué, age 78, from Highland Utah, died at 4:30 a.m. on March 20, 2024, at the American Fork Hospital of septic shock. She lived in a nursing home for three and one-half years prior because of failing health. Doctors performed diagnostic surgery on March 19, for a variety of GI issues. The surgery detected serious health issues from which she could not recover. Loved ones gathered in the ICU of the hospital. She was surrounded by her daughter, son-in-law, granddaughter, and husband who lovingly said their last goodbyes to Nicole as she peacefully returned home to her Father in Heaven.

Nicole was born on May 12, 1945, in Provo, Utah to Louis WiNeera and Marguerite Jacques Booth. As a young child her family moved to Salt Lake City (the “Avenues” and Michigan Ave.) where she lived until her marriage. Her youth was spent attending her father’s musical engagements who was a member of the Utah Symphony and professor at the U of U Music Department, playing with her siblings, helping her mother cook and clean and pretending to be the mother to her youngest sibling Jacques, who she referred to as “my baby”.

She attended the University of Utah in 1963/1964 during which time she met her future husband who was also attending the University at the time. Nicole loved to sing and dance (a love that she would pass on to her daughter) and belonged to various singing/dancing organizations in high school and college. She attended East High School for three years from 1960/61 to 1962/63. She always looked back fondly on her high school days. She was involved in school musicals, choir and ensembles, modern dance, and student government. She was elected Secretary of the sophomore class in 1960, and Secretary of the Student body in the spring of 1962. As a student body officer, she was active on committees, and student government organizations. In the early spring of 1964, she met George Ramjoué whom she married for time and all eternity in the Salt Lake Temple in September of 1964.

While her husband was at the University of Utah working toward bachelor’s and master’s degrees, she worked to help support her husband as a medical secretary at the University Hospital and at jobs in the retail sales industry. In 1966, Nicole and George had a son, Scott, born to them. After George’s graduation, Nicole and family moved to Silver City New Mexico, East Lansing Michigan, Salt Lake City Utah (where their second son, Michel was born), Orem Utah, Salem Oregon, which was one of Nicole’s most cherished times of life. There they made lifelong friends who loved, lifted, and supported them during some very challenging times of life, and where their daughter Angela was born. In the summer of 1980, the Ramjoué family moved back to Utah where they have lived ever since. After returning from Oregon, the family settled on a street called Dolphin Way (Cottonwood Heights) and lived there for about 28 years. Here they created beautiful memories with neighbors, friends, and family. Nicole was the very best listener and made everyone feel important, understood, and loved. It was not uncommon for her daughter’s high school friends to come to visit, even when Angela was not there, to spend time with Nicole. In 2008, one last move was made to Highland Utah where the family has lived to the present time.

Nicole held various jobs in her adult life. In Salem Oregon, Nicole worked in customer service in the retail industry. While living in Salt Lake City she worked as a medical secretary at the U of U and at an oral surgeon’s office, a school librarian, a reading coach, substitute teacher, and group home manager. Her work in education is what she loved the most.

Nicole was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints her whole life, and lived the gospel of Jesus Christ about as well as anyone could. She was willing to sacrifice for the good of others, was generous, and was always concerned for others before concern for herself almost to a fault. If anybody had integrity and good character, it was Nicole. She served as a primary teacher, primary president, in a Stake Relief Society presidency, young women’s advisor, chorister, and various other callings within the Church. Nicole also attended a handful of girl’s camps, and it should be no surprise that the leaders tent that Nicole was in, stayed up all night with Nicoles cackling laugh booming through the campsite. But her most important and cherished sacred calling was that of mother. Nicole gave her life to her family, especially to her down syndrome son Mikey (Michel). The sacrifices she made and love that Nicole gave her family were immeasurable.

Nicole loved crafts, sewing, quilting, decoupaging, and crocheting. She belonged to a humanitarian organization for whom she generously gave of her time to crocheting hundreds of little newborn baby beanies that were shipped to disadvantaged people in various places in the world.

Nicole is survived by her husband, George (Jörg) Ramjoué, children Scott Ramjoué, Michel Ramjoué, and Angela Ramjoué Dugdale (Matt), grandchildren Anthony Ramjoué, Cherrie Ramjoué, Addison Dugdale, Samuel Dugdale, and Benjamin Dugdale, great-grandchildren Harley Cook, and Sophia Cook, siblings Colette Booth Baird, and Janine Booth Coles (Bill), sister-in-law Diane Booth (Jacques), sister-in-law Eileen Ramjoué (Marcel) and many nieces, nephews and their children and grandchildren. Lastly, she is also survived by her eternal friends Ann Papworth, Dorothy Siebert, Kathy Decker, Evonne Bolton, Karen Avrit, John Davis, Jennifer Bates, Diane and Craig Coburn, Kathryn and Wes Shelton, and others who may have been inadvertently left of this list.

Nicole and her family want to thank the staff of the Mountain Pointe Health and Rehab (nursing home) in Lehi for their service which they carried out with skill and compassion. Wonderful friends were made by Nicole’s husband, George, and son Michel, who visited the nursing home daily during the three and one-half years that Nicole lived there. Also, many thanks are extended by the family for the excellent care the American Fork Hospital ER and ICU staff provided to Nicole during her last four days of life.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, March 28, 2024, at Highland 13th Ward, 5848 W. 11000 N., Highland, Utah, at 11:00 am. The viewing will be held prior to the service at 9:30 am. Interment will follow at the Highland City Cemetery, 6200 W. 11000 N. in Highland.

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