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In Memory of

Ramiro Jose Ramirez

January 21, 1929 - May 30, 2017

Obituary


Ramiro Jose Ramirez "Papo"
Beloved husband, father, brother and friend to many, Ramiro Jose Ramirez "Papo", passed away May 30, 2017 at the age of 88 in San Antonio,Texas, with his wife Virginia and family by his side. He will be remembered for his humor, generosity and the way he cherished his family.

Ramiro is reunited in heaven with his parents; Serafin Ramirez and Esperanza Guerra Ramirez, his brothers, Homero Ramirez and Rene Ramirez, and his sister, Irma Gloria Vela.

He will be deeply missed by his beloved wife of 62 years...

Ramiro Jose Ramirez "Papo"
Beloved husband, father, brother and friend to many, Ramiro Jose Ramirez "Papo", passed away May 30, 2017 at the age of 88 in San Antonio,Texas, with his wife Virginia and family by his side. He will be remembered for his humor, generosity and the way he cherished his family.

Ramiro is reunited in heaven with his parents; Serafin Ramirez and Esperanza Guerra Ramirez, his brothers, Homero Ramirez and Rene Ramirez, and his sister, Irma Gloria Vela.

He will be deeply missed by his beloved wife of 62 years of marriage, his children; Ramiro Jose Ramirez Jr (wife Judy), Robert R Ramirez (wife Terry) and Sara Alicia Ramirez-Meyer (husband Augie), his four grandsons; Robert Anthony Ramirez (fiancé Lee), Michael Ramirez (wife Ali), Alex Ramirez and Nicholas Ramirez and his brother, Rolando Ramirez from Laredo, TX.

Ramiro was born January 21,1929 in Falfurrias,Texas. He served in the Navy and Marines and received Honorable Discharges from both. He worked for SouthWestern Bell Co. for just over 38 years. He was a member of the Lions Club, Telephone Pioneers of America and the Knights of Columbus Forth Degree to name a few, and he received numerous achievement awards.

He loved to spend time with his family and friends. Family memories of Ramiro relaxing on the balcony at his beach condo in Mustang Island will always be remembered. He adored his grandsons. He was very proud of them. He never missed a birthday or graduation event. During their younger days, Ramiro would often be seen in the stands cheering them on during their baseball and soccer games.

He will truly be missed by his family and friends here on Earth, but we look forward to seeing him again one day in heaven.