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Ray Justin Ramos

April 14, 1946April 27, 2021

Ray Justin Ramos, age 75, of Fresno, California passed away on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Ray was born April 14, 1946 in Fresno, California.

Ray is survived by his wife, Shirley Ramos; son Ryan Ramos; and son Aaron Ramos; granddaughter Kenley Ramos.

He also leave behind a sister Frances and his brother Andy Ramos.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Ramos family.


  • Shirley Ramos, Wife
  • Ryan Ramos, son
  • Aaron Ramos, son
  • Kenley Ramos, Granddaughter
  • He also leave behind a sister Frances and his brother Andy Ramos.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Ray Justin Ramos

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Yvonne Schiebelhut

May 7, 2021

Dear cousin Shirley and family,
I was so saddened to hear about Ray's passing. He always greeted everyone with a smile and hug he was one of a kind. My prayers for you and your family are for comforting one another during this very hard time and peace of mind knowing he is healed and in heaven with other loved ones.

Love your cousin,

Yolanda Walker

May 6, 2021

Shirley and Family, Jerry and I were saddened to hear about Ray. Cousin we are praying for you and your family that God will give you strength to get through this difficult time. Our thoughts prayers and love are with you.

Jerry and Yolanda Walker

Marie Garcia

May 4, 2021

Shirley and Family,

Please accept our heartfelt thoughts and prayers for the passing of Ray. Mario and I were saddened to hear of his passing.

Marie and Mario Garcia

Randy Kevorkian

May 2, 2021

Shirley and family

So sorry to hear the passing of Ray. He was a Great friend and meet him at Jefferson Elementary in the 1950's. We would visit at Sal's barbershop on east Belmont then in Sal's garage. Sal would cut Ray's hair and Ray would cuts Sal's hair. We would visit for hours Saturday mornings. Great times Great memories. Ray played Taps at my Fathers Funeral as he played taps for probably thousands of Veterans. Ray was a True Warrior and I'm proud to have known him.
Memories last a Life Time.
RIP Brother.