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Ramiro Cazares

March 21, 1974November 10, 2020
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Ramiro Cazares was born on March 21, 1974 and passed away on November 10, 2020 and is under the care of Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home.

Visitation - 10 Person Maximum Limit inside Funeral Home in Accordance with COVID-19 Government Restrictions. will be held on November 17, 2020 at 3:00 pm at Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home - Blossom Chapel, 6901 West Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL. Funeral Service will be held on November 18, 2020 at 11:00 am at Saint John Bosco Church, 2250 N. Mc Vicker Avenue, Chicago, IL. Committal & Interment Service - 10 Person Maximum Limit inside Funeral Home in Accordance with COVID-19 Government Restrictions. will be held on November 18, 2020 at 12:30 pm at Mount Olive Cemetery, 3800 North Narragansett Ave, Chicago, IL.

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  • Visitation - 10 Person Maximum Limit inside Funeral Home in Accordance with COVID-19 Government Restrictions.

    Tuesday, November 17, 2020

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    Wednesday, November 18, 2020

  • Committal & Interment Service - 10 Person Maximum Limit inside Funeral Home in Accordance with COVID-19 Government Restrictions.

    Wednesday, November 18, 2020

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Guadalupe Sierra

November 27, 2020

Ramiro i cant process that your gone you watched me and my sister grow up along the years with your cousins ana and Jessica y gaby my bff from childhood you were always funny and fun to be around with i remember when you came by and give us rides on the motorcycle lol fun times... i know how much you loved my mom you would always come by and see her. You sure will be missed rest in paradise mijo ❤

Alta and Issy Sanchez

November 18, 2020

I've been putting this off for as long as I could, but here I go. Having you in our family was truly a blessing. Every gettogether, party, birthday, whatever the occasion was, you always brightened it up, with your stories, comments, jokes, literally anything. Things will never be the same, but we will cherish your memories forever. Thank you for loving Deb the way you did. You made her stronger, but most importantly you loved her more than anything, you lived to make her laugh and smile, every day. Thank you for loving Issy and me, but as a mother, I will always cherish and appreciate the way you treated Issy girl. The courage you gave her and confidence to always believe in herself. I would always tell Deb and hope she would tell you. That I loved the way you loved her, if you could only have seen her little face every time she'd be messaging Girl Power and then you would message us, her face would just light up with a huge smile. Thank you for everything you did for us, for being there, for listening to me complain, and never judged me, instead gave me advice and encouraged me to keep moving forward. I hope you really knew how loved you were and will always be. Debs village will carry her during this difficult time. Please look after your beautiful wife. When you were here you always protected her, now that you're not you will protect her from the things she cannot see. We love you very much Boy, see you on the other side.

Cindy Villanueva

November 18, 2020

Ramiro, I am soo grateful to have met you, you were always very nice to me since I became part of the family. Your stories always made me laugh soo much. Thank you for being there for me and my family. You will be missed.

Jose Villanueva

November 18, 2020

Ramiro thank you for being there for me, your the only one I could always count on. You helped me in soo many ways. Thank you for being there for me on the best day of my life, not just as my cousin but as my best man. You will always hold a special place in my heart. Thank you for all you did for me and my family. You'll be tremendously missed but never forgotten.

Beatriz Cantu

November 17, 2020

Ramiro, I want to thank you for being such a wonderful, caring, giving and loving man. Thanks for sharing your life stories and always making us laugh and have a good time. It was never a dull moment with you. A very heartfelt thank you for being an uncle to my daughter Bryanna. She has looked up to you and loves you like a great uncle you are. She calls your son Rolando her brother and I’m happy that they have grown up that way. Thank you for trusting me with your son all the time. It was great pleasure to know that he picked me as his sponsor for his confirmation. Sadly you have parted before I was able to call you Compadre. But know that you will be missed and I will treasure our good memories forever in my heart. You were called up to our Lord to soon but we will meet again. Big hug and kiss Compadre. May you rest in heaven. Til we meet again. 🙏🏼❤️ To all the Cazares family my sincere condolences and my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Dios le de fuerzas y paz en estos momentos. Los quiero mucho, Betty

Maricela Santillanes Terrazas

November 17, 2020

What can I say about Ramiro, that people don’t already know.
You were “My Handsome” to your wife, a Superman , a boxer, a dad, a son, a brother, a cousin and a Nino to everyone else, but to me you were UNIQUE, You always made me laugh with your stories, with your impersonations I always listen to your stories and wanting to hear more. You & Ruperto made a great team with making everyone laugh so much that made our faces hurt. You were my Yauzi Yauzi and you for ever will live in my heart ❤️.

Rest in Paradise until we meet again.

Cynthia Lopez

November 17, 2020

What can I say other then you watched me grow up Chris little sister. You went from being the best life guard swimming 🏊‍♂️ all along Lake Michigan down town to being a champ in boxing 🥊. You had a heart of gold alongside Ruperto you two are Men I will forever look up to. Two of the most giving people and souls I’ve ever met in my life. Ramiro you always made us laugh with your crazy ass stories you were an actor always making the dorkiest faces. You went above and beyond for everyone. I’m still in disbelief that your gone it’s like a bad dream I’m never going to wake up from. You gave us some of the most amazing memories. But one I will never forget is when we were in the big red pickup truck you had almost home on grand by Harlem there was cops we were all drinking Heineken when you stepped on the gas skidded and next thing we know the sirens are going off Ruperto throwing bottles out the window talking about let me out lmao. I don’t know how the hell you did it but we escaped . Going down alleys and streets all the way home to Javi opening the gate parking the truck and running inside like woo 🙌🏻. How about the frame you hung up downstairs with a huge clavo. Your more then a friend you were Family. I Love You Dude and you will be missed tremendously one thing I can say about you is you never gave up. Always striving to be better. You are and will always be one of a kind. My heart goes out to the entire Cazares family Nina Rave Deb Your boys. Ruperto you know I love you and I will always be here for you your brother is irreparable but you have family that will always back you up. Ramiro You brought us all so much joy and happiness and you will always be a legend in my book Rest In Peace and until we meet again xoxo
Love always,
Cynthia

Francisco Sanchez

November 17, 2020

a while back i was with Deborah and we went to my cousins house, and when we got back to their apartment, Ramiro and Gabe were each about 8 beers deep and it was like walking into to see two little kids just having fun together! so i joined in, he asked Deborah to get us some more beer, and there we all were cross eyed blasting videos and singing along to Queen and Michael Jackson. it was my first time meeting Gabe so of course Ramiro is telling me about him but also squeezing in funny stories. i also never thought i’d be rocking out with those dudes like that! i remember he was rolling around in a wheelchair that he DIDNT need anymore, he just liked sitting in, and he’s shouting out “put this song now!” “mm now this one!!” it was always so much fun spending time together. i’ll miss you forever my brotha

francisco sanchez del real

November 17, 2020

i remember the first time i met Ramiro it was at some cook out where my mom invited my sister Deborah and i, so we met him on the same day! and i remember playing a little baseball with him and some of the kids and he was already making me laugh just from being goofy with the kids and what not. i remember leaving like “hmm i wonder who that man was?” well little did i know who he was going to end up being in my life. what left the biggest impression is that he was that goofy man i met all the way until the last time i saw him. he didn’t mind being silly and he always had a smile on his face. Ramiro literally had the purest spirit i’ve ever met.

Angelo Prieto

November 17, 2020

Ramiro, you have gone too soon. I remember you from all our days of the famous Tuesday Night Boxing at Tropicana D'Cache on Milwaukee. Always a good friend and love your energy. Heaven has gain an incredible Angel. God bless to you and your family.

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