Mr. Robert G Ramirez

February 22, 1946July 24, 2020
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Robert G. Ramirez, of Euless, Texas, passed away on Friday, July 24, 2020, at 74 years old.

He will always be remembered as an extraordinarily loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend to all that were blessed enough to get to know and love him.

Robert was born on February 22, 1946 in Monclova, Mexico to Francisco G. Ramirez and Maria de Jesus Flores Ramirez. He graduated from Furr High School in Houston, Texas. On October 10th, 1965, he married his high school sweetheart, the love of his life, and his soulmate, Yolanda.

He served in the United States Army in the Vietnam War. His career was with the Four Seasons Las Colinas where he was a beloved banquet director and was respected by all. He retired in 2012, after working there for 37 years, so he could spend time with his wife, children, and many grandchildren. Robert lived his retirement to the fullest. He loved to travel with his wife, to barbecue for his family, to drink coffee while reading the paper, to mow his lawn, and to watch his many TV shows from his favorite recliner. He was an avid sports fan and especially loved the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks. Most of all, he loved to spend time with and take care of his family.

Robert was an amazing father, grandfather, and husband. He was loved deeply by his family, friends, and anyone he came across. His family was his whole world, especially his wife Yolanda, and there was nothing he wouldn’t do for them. He was a loving and caring husband for almost 55 years of marriage. He was always just a phone call away. He never missed a soccer game, graduation, school event, birthday, or any other gathering. He told the best stories and made the best jokes. He was kind to everyone he met, and he loved to start conversations. He could and would talk to anyone about anything. He was so proud of his children and his grandchildren, and so excited for their futures. Robert loved unconditionally, and will be missed immensely.

Robert is preceded in death by his parents, Francisco G. Ramirez and Maria de Jesus Flores Ramirez.

He is survived by his loving wife, Yolanda Ramirez; his five kids, Yolanda Scheimann and husband Murray Scheimann, Robert Ramirez, Claudia Ramirez and husband Juan Medina, Sylvia Brantley and husband Darren Brantley, and Frank Ramirez and wife Laura Ramirez; his 14 grandchildren, Kyndal, Diana, Cameron, Jacob, Katelyn, Sarah, Frankie, Robert, Nicholas, Samuel, Thomas, Brooklyn, Cruz, and London; his three sisters; and cousins, nieces, nephews, and many other family members that loved him.

The visitation will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28, at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home. The Funeral Service will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 29, at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park.

If you wish to send floral condolences in honor of Robert, you may call Lilium Florals at (817) 589-1566.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, July 28, 2020

  • Furneral Service

    Wednesday, July 29, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, July 29, 2020


Mr. Robert G Ramirez

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Brooklyn Medina

August 8, 2020

Oh Grandpa. You are the best Grandpa any person could ask for. I’m in shock that I even have to write this. You left us all way too soon. I have been crying so much and when I do, I realize I am crying because of what a great Grandpa you were to me and what a great impact you’ve had on my life. I am really going to miss sleeping on the air mattress with you and hearing your loud snoring at sleepovers, going downstairs to see you enjoying your morning coffee, you racing us to the stop sign at the corner every time we left, you helping me make with the tamales every year because I’d forget how to and soo many more memories that wouldn’t ever be able to fit on here.You even taught me how to ride a bike!No matter the time or place, you have always been there to support me at my soccer games, dance performances, karate tournaments, and school events.You were there.And I want to thank you for that.Thank you for being my #1 supporter, giving me the best of laughs and an open shoulder to lean on.It’s an honor to hug you and have fun with you but the greatest honor of all is for me to be able to call me your granddaughter and I’m beyond grateful for that.You have taught me so many things in life that I wouldn’t ever forget in a million years.You have been through it all and now it’s time for you to rest.You have lived an amazing life with siblings, a wife, 5 kids, and 14 grandkids that you’ve made wonderful memories with. Which all would never be forgotten. Now it’s time to celebrate what an incredible 74 years of life you’ve had and make new memories with you watching from above. Come and talk to me whenever ok? I’ll talk to u about my boyfriends who I will have such high expectations for, thanks to you. I will see you again and I promise will make you proud Grandpa.

I’ll see you when I see you

- Brooklyn

London. Medina

August 7, 2020

Oh grandpa to start I just wanna say I love you and your the best ever I’m so sad bc everyone loved you you were a good grandpa,good dad,good husband,and a good neighbor it will be hard without you like what will we be doing in the holidays and also being greeted with a bye , oh wait no it would always I will see you when I see you and it will be hard not hearing someone say “wanna go to Braums” and watching hoarders.ty for every sleepover, every Christmas,ever Halloween, every thanks giving,every bday, every karate tournament but I will NEVER QUIT thinking of you I promise I will see you when I see you...but come see me first p s Almost don’t count( something else you would say ). I love you

Cruz Medina

August 7, 2020

Grandpa I am so sad but I am trying to stay strong and so is everyone else oh yeah and I also loved when you always supported me with my soccer games and tournaments and the same goes with karate I will miss you and I will always remember everything you taught me I will take care of grandma I will always visit you and I hope you come visit me too “I see you when I see you “

Hilda Rodriguez

August 5, 2020

Roberto, Manito ya son 12 dias de tu partida al cielo y cada día que pasa te extraño mucho mas todavía no puedo creer que ya no estas con nosotros. Yolanda , hijos y tus nietos te extrañan mucho mas . Te quiero mucho siempre fuiste un hermano exemplar . Manito quiero que me mandes una señal de que estas con nuestros padres y con mi hijo Jr. Te lo suplico una señal nada más para saber que eres tú . Te quiero y te extraña
Tu Manita Hilda ❤️

Frank Ramirez

August 4, 2020

Dad been thinking about you everyday. We have been all going to the graveside everyday and it seems so far with a few days it hasn’t gotten easier for anyone. We all miss you so much. When I go to the house , everything reminds me of you and in some way even though sad it comforts me. We have been trying to water , take out the trash and cut the grass just the way you liked it. It’s not the same anymore dad and it still seems like a dream. I have have been watching videos of you and looking at photos and it all seems like you were here a seconds ago. I can almost feel you , touch you , smell you , hear your voice and I wish I could talk to you. Dad you were the man. I love you and am so proud of the father I had and the man you were. I’ll see you when I see you. Love you dad. May you Rest In Peace 🙏🏼✝️🛐👴🏼

Claudia Ramirez

August 4, 2020

Daddy you loved mowing your grass. I hope you are mowing all the grass you want in heaven. We miss and love you! I’ll see you when I see you!

Anonymous Author

August 4, 2020

Please don’t ask me how I’m feeling,
no words can ever describe
the emptiness inside me,
just knowing that you died.

Some days are full of anger,
some days are full of sorrow,
most days I feel numb
just wishing for tomorrow.

I think of you often,
memories of the past,
some bring me pain and sadness &
I wonder how long they’ll last.

We loved you as a husband,
a father, or a friend.
You lived a life with no regrets,
all the way to the bitter end.

God took you for a reason,
part of his great plan.
Please answer me this one prayer,
grant me the wisdom to understand.

Robert Ramirez

August 3, 2020

Grandpa was also great to me and my family he was also happy and joking around with us he’ll be deeply missed he always cared for every one close to him. Even my sister who isn’t technically isn’t part of the family he still treated her as if she was his own granddaughter. I’ll always miss the jokes he told and him and grandma bickering with each other he’ll always be loved and remembered

Frankie Ramirez

August 3, 2020

Dear Grandpa,
GRANDPA!!! I can’t believe you died. I really miss you and know your in heaven! You will always live in our hearts forever. It feels like it’s. Literally been 50 years since I last saw you, I remember when we went to a New Year’s party at aunt Sylvia‘s house and I would never have imagined it ,in seven months later that you would be gone. I love you grandpa ,Grandma really misses you because she’s known you for such a long time and I would feel really really sad if I was her . We really ,really love you grandpa ,we really do miss you !I feel so bad for your sons and daughters , grandma ,grandkids and how they feel about the death of a beloved father, grandpa. May god have mercy on your soul. P.S love Frankie

Yolanda Scheimann

August 2, 2020

Hey Pops, it’s been 9 days since you passed away, and man the pain I feel is unbearable. I miss you so very much! I love you and I am comforted and in knowing I will see you again.❤️


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