Hundreds of law enforcement officers paid their respects today to a fallen colleague, Ocean County Detective Tina Rambo.
Each of the mourners at St. Isaac Jogues Church in Marlton marched single-file before saluting Rambo, after a head-on collision on Route 70.
As the ceremony started, a close friend of Rambo's, Anthony Turso, said a few words.
"Tina always tried to make things right, to make them perfect. She loves to laugh and joke around, to tease her friends and family. She was a ball of fire."
Rambo's sister, Tara Cunningham, also spoke, and told a story of her sister and a trip they had taken.
"Tina loved being a cop, and this send-off is such an honor to what she was and wanted to be."
Rambo's eulogy was read by her brother, John Liston, Jr.
Rambo was married to Roy Rambo, Jr., and she is survived by her 3- and 6-year-old children, Roy III and Brody; her mother and father John and Jeanine (Florio) Liston; and a brother John Liston, Jr. and two sisters, Tara Cunningham and Jeanine Liston.
After the service in Marlton, Rambo was interred at Coleston Cemetery in Cherry Hill.