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Ava Lorraine Ramey

Ava Lorraine Ramey, policewoman, detective. Named one of Top Ten College Girls in America, Glamour Magazine, 1969. Member of Committee Police Parents (president 1983-1984), Executive Female, Black Women in Law Enforcement.

Background

  • Ramey, Ava Lorraine was born on March 21, 1951 in Virginia, United States. Daughter of Homer Albert and Marilyn Orenette (Corbin) Campbell.

  • Education

    • Student, Radford Women's College, 1969—1970. Student, District of Columbia University, 1970—1972. Student, University Maryland, 1974—1976.

    Career

    • Tour guide Landmark Services, Washington, 1970—1971. Store detective Hecht Company, 1971—1972. Policewoman, detective Washington Metropolitan Police Department, since 1972.

      Owner, director Lord Mayor Academy, Capital Children's Museum, Washington, since 1984. Owner Mattapony Videos, Maryland, since 1986. Served with United States Army Reserve, 1977-1980.

    Works

    • Tarsha
    • Individuals that struggle to cope or find inner peace after a loved one has passed will enjoy Tarsha.
    • Author: (children's book) Tarsha, 1975.

    Membership

    Member of Committee Police Parents (president 1983-1984), Executive Female, Black Women in Law Enforcement.

    Personality

    Interests

    White water rafting.

    Connections

    • Married Kenneth Lee Howard, April 5, 1972 (divorced March 1981). 1 child Robert Ryan; Married Randall Russell Ramey, August 6, 1981. 1 child Ryan Randall.
    • father: Homer Albert Campbell
    • mother: Marilyn Orenette (Corbin) Campbell
    • spouses: Kenneth Lee Howard
    • Randall Russell Ramey
    • children: Robert Ryan Ramey
    • Ryan Randall Ramey
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    Born March 21, 1951
    (age 66)
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