Ramon Ramos Jr.

May 3, 1988December 25, 2020

Ramon Ramos Jr. entered into the presence of his Lord and Savior on Christmas day 2020 at the age of 32. He lived a life full of love, service, and adventure and was a person with many talents and interests. Ramon was born and raised in Houston, TX and earned his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design after which he went on to work for Powers Brown Architecture firm in Houston. At the time of his passing, Ramon was employed with Harris County Department of Engineering.

He could often be found at his church, House of Grace, where he served as the director of worship for many years and also helped in other ways such as first responder to alarm alerts, delivering gifts all over the city on Mother’s Day, and participating in church beatification projects among other things. To stay active, Ramon was part of a local indoor soccer team and also attended dance classes with friends. He had recently taken an interest in biking and had a great time riding around town. Ramon was an avid foodie and enjoyed visiting restaurants in Houston and around the world. Sometimes it was a quick road trip to try a restaurant, other times a trip around the world to marvel at architecture. His family often joked that he was always one step ahead in learning about things and finding great spots. Whether he was exploring Houston or visiting other cities and countries, Ramon found delight in learning and exploring food and culture.

Still, he always prioritized family time and made sure his parents had everything they needed. He adored his niece and had jam sessions with her on their guitars. He made time for his siblings and cousins and joked around with them to no end. On Christmas Eve, he made sure to visit his grandfather and take him his Christmas gift since the family would not be gathering due to COVID. As a child, Ramon’s family enjoyed Friday Pizza Night and he took it upon himself to continue this tradition with his parents by taking them pizza every Friday and introducing them to new foods throughout the week. For him, it wasn’t just about Fridays or traditions. It was about being present and attentive every day.

Ramon leaves a great void in the lives of those who had the pleasure of knowing and loving him. His calm and cool demeanor and constant reminder “It’s not about us, it’s about Him.” will remain in our hearts along with the memories of a life well lived. His immediate family- father Ramon Oreste Ramos, mother Ana Isabel Ramos, sisters Angelica Ramos-Chbihi and Marisol Ramos, brother Daniel Ramos, brother-in-law Otmane Chbihi and niece Sofia Chbihi grieve this tremendous loss along with their extended family and friends.


  • Visitation with the family

    Thursday, January 7, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, January 8, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, January 8, 2021


Ramon Ramos Jr.

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Joseph Robles

January 8, 2021

I was privileged to be in Ramon's architecture studio class. He was one that was always positive and respectful. His modest character resonated with me during times I was around him. I always felt that Ramon had a pure genuine and loving soul, as if there wasn't an ounce of hate in his being. I thank God for the small memories and the precious time that I was able to be a part of his class.

Sonia Galvan

January 7, 2021

Mi Ramon, que bien la pasábamos juntos, te voy a extrañar mucho querido amigo. Me quedo con esas noches de fiesta llenas de risas, karaoke, buena energía, cumbias y mucha alegría, ahora comprendo porque cada vez que nos veíamos lo disfrutábamos al maximo. Te quiero mucho mi Ramon, te lo dije muchas veces, y tu sabes que te voy a querer y recordar por siempre.

Rosy Rodriguez

January 6, 2021

Te conocí como “Lucas” y fuiste un gran ejemplo para mucha gente. Te recordaré como un ser pacifico y lleno de alegría. Tu cuerpo se ha ido pero tu esencia permanecerá para siempre. Sigue tocando la guitarra en donde te encuentras ahora.

Nereyda Salas

January 6, 2021

It’s hard to imagine life without my cousin. He’s been a part of my life since we were kids! When my brothers would loudly play video games late at night, you would find him there, sitting in between them. He was like a brother to me. Birthday parties, holidays, church functions... he was always present. My best memories of him came when we got older and we started playing music at church. All being amateurs, we picked up instruments and microphones and did our best. He was a quick learner and along with my brother, Orlando, they led the group. For almost fifteen years we had jam sessions, attempted to harmonize and praised the Lord along with our family-filled music group. I never told him how proud I was of him. He was an architect, the only one to accomplish such a prestigious career in our huge family! He supported my two brothers in all of their dreams and projects. He always showed up to my daughters’ birthday parties. He never arrived anywhere empty-handed. He was a genuinely good person, stylish, well-mannered, thoughtful and the list goes on and on. I am thankful for spending so much time with him during his 32 years of life. Of course it was NOT enough, but I take comfort in knowing that he is with our savior and he left knowing how much he was loved by us all.

Adrian Alvarado

December 31, 2020

Ramon, elementary middle high school.. you were a kind soul. Born 3 days apart, I met many guys but you were one of those who was care free. We will miss you. May you rest well my friend.

Willie Castrejon

December 31, 2020

Ramon was a pretty chill guy! We played soccer together back in 2006 at Waltrip. May he Rest In Peace.

Abisai Ramos

December 30, 2020

I have to many memories to just pick out one. We practically grew up together because our parents were really good friends. I remember all the parties at yalls house and the fun times at Doverside. The lost of a love one is very overwhelming especially when it’s unexpected. I pray that y’all are surrounded and overwhelmed with lots of love and family during this difficult time. I send my most deepest condolences. I know Lucas was full of life and we are unsure why these things happen but I know God has a plan. Love you guys!