OBITUARY

Andrea Seay Ramirez

June 30, 1974July 30, 2018
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Andrea Seay Ramirez, Jacksonville, FL native, passed on July 30,2018. She is survived by her parents, mother Patricia Casino Ryan/William D (Bubba) Ryan, her Father Michael Allen Seay, sister Amber Joy Payne/Larry Payne and his daughter Ayla, grandmother Joy Casino, grandfather Daniel Casino, and a huge extended family which includes “The other mother/friend” Terry Hardie and so many Aunts, Uncles, and cousins. Her former husband Eric Ramirez, who remained her wonderful and supportive friend. Her many friends including her best friend Rhiannon and her beloved daughter Nevaeh, will feel the loss of their treasured friend. She made an impact on many lives, including all of her patrons she served in her Spray N Go business. Her entrepreneur spirit will live on in the lives she has touched, as will her love for her beloved Yorkies. Her family will miss her beautiful smile, contagious laughter, and kind heart. Heaven has gained an awesome American patriot and the Yankees and Jaguars will miss their greatest fan.

Family will receive friends and relatives from 5-7 pm on Thursday, August 2, 2018 at HARDAGE-GIDDENS FUNERAL HOME, 1701 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach. A Celebration of Life Service for Andrea's family and extended family will be held on August 3,2018 at 1pm in the Chapel of HARDAGE-GIDDENS FUNERAL HOME BEACHES CHAPEL 1701 Beach Blvd Jacksonville Beach FL,32250

  • DONATIONS

  • Nana and Pop Pop. Please make check payable to Joy Casino

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • PLEASE BRING YOUR FAVORITE PHOTO OF ANDREA TONIGHT Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Celebration of Life "Family and Extended Family" Friday, August 3, 2018
  • Reception to Follow "At Bubba & Patti Ryan's House for Family and Extended Family" Friday, August 3, 2018
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Andrea Seay Ramirez

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Janet Cardell

August 7, 2018

A most beautiful girl from a beautiful family.....gone from us much too soon...Love and our heartfelt condolences to her loved ones left behind. Prayers for peace to her family. Rest in Peace, Sweet Andrea ♥
Sincerely,
Don and Janet Cardell

Sharon Sussman

August 4, 2018

Jack and I are in total shock to hear of Andrea's death. Jack taught Andi karate when she was the tiniest and fiercest girl in the class. We wish her family peace and beautiful memories.

Brian Devinney

August 4, 2018

I graduated high school with this wonderful woman. Her smile could change one of your worst days into one of the best. She will so be missed.

Lynn Fritz

August 3, 2018

Andrea was a wonderful person I had the chance to meet many years ago. I remember that she always had a big smile on her face. So sorry to hear about her passing. Sending prayers for her wonderful family and friends.

Hilda Migues

August 3, 2018

I remember Andrea from when she was a young girl. So sad to hear . My deepest condolences to her family. I am unable to attend the services as I am currently out of town. Thoughts and prayers for you Patty

Tina Bussey

August 3, 2018

Tina Bussey

August 3, 2018

Judy Crocker

August 3, 2018

Andrea was a great NY Yankee Teammate. She was so positive, always smiling, enjoying every Yankee moment we experienced. Her laughter was contagious! We became friends because of our endless love for the Yankees. You made a difference in this world and those of us who had even just a chance encounter with you are blessed. Say hello to Yogi Berra and all the greats! Yankee Pinstripes are forever. May your memory be for a blessing. From NYY#23

Cliff Welch

August 2, 2018

This is my second memory posting but I thought that if it was important to you, it would be important to everyone. You really liked this collage of photos from when you participated in our fantasy camp. I just thought that I might as well share it with all your friends and family. This was a part of our last communication and I am sure you would not mind showing off your swing in the legendary pinstripes, as well as your bat sitting along with your teammates bats in the dugout along with your batting helmet waiting for your next at-bat.

Cliff Welch

August 2, 2018

A truly special person that we were able to meet due to our groups love for the New York Yankees. She was a memorable Yankees fantasy camp pepper with a smile and a happy face every moment you saw her. I had the opportunity to photograph Andrea along with all the lady campers and they all have the same special bond between them, the love of the Yankees and the zest for life! I was reading our last messages that we shared and you reminded me of your first at-bat when you ran the wrong way and your second at-bat when you fell coming out of the batter's box. Even though both events would seem to be embarrassing for some, you bounced right back up with a smile on your face and everyone on the field cheering for you! Make sure you tell Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio that you wore the Pinstripes too! Prayers go out to all of Andrea's friends and family!