OBITUARY

Ramiro Castro Alvarez

September 11, 1951March 30, 2012

Ramiro Castro Alvarez was born on September 11, 1951 and passed away on March 30, 2012 in Palmdale, CA.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, April 5, 2012
  • Funeral Service Thursday, April 5, 2012
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Ramiro Castro Alvarez

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Lexie and Joslyn

April 7, 2012

Grandpa. Hmm words cant really explain how much you ment to us, you were absolutely the BEST grandpa anybody could have. Your heart so full of love, your eyes so full of happiness, and your warm and loving smile ? Even though your resting, we all still feel you there. The love your grandchildren have for you will never fade away. Until we meet again may you rest in peace <3

April 5, 2012

Dear Alvarez Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you through these hard times of sorrow. May the good memories help you get through these difficult times.
Love, The Camberos Family, Gabriel, Ana, Lil Gabriel, Hannah and Daniel.

Ignacio Garcia

April 5, 2012

Descansa en paz primo. Your presence in this world will be missed. Aya nos vemos en el cielo. Guardanos un lugar a toda la bola. My condolences to the family.

Sylvia

April 4, 2012

I love you tio Ramiro and you will be missed dearly but never forgotten. I will always remember all you and my tia did for my mom and my brothers and sisters!!! love you Tia Emma and Alvarez family! he is watching over us with our loved ones right besides god! Sylvia ( Chivita )

Raquel Camberos

April 4, 2012

ALVAREZ FAMILY, I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LOSS, MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AT THIS TIME.

Esmeralda Mariscal

April 4, 2012

Esmeralda Mariscal

April 4, 2012

Ramiro y Emma gracias por siempre acompañarnos a nuestros pequeños viajes a Laughlin y Las Vegas. Siempre cuando yo los llamaba para invitarlos me decían que no iban a poder ir… pero de repente llegaban primero que nosotros =) Nos divertíamos muchísimo, no importaba si ganábamos o perdíamos todo nuestro dinero, pero lo mas importante era que estábamos siempre felices y juntos.

Gracias Ramiro por siempre ser una persona respetable, amoroso, y humilde. No puedo recordar alguna vez de haberte visto enojado o renegando. Siempre estabas contento y dispuesto a alimentarnos y hacernos sentir bienvenidos en tu casa.

Yo recuerdo desde que yo estaba chica, que tu siempre le extendías la mano a cualquier persona que necesitaba tu ayuda. Cuando se les quedaba los carros a gente en la calle, te bajabas para ayudarlos, si alguien te pedía limosna tú les ayudabas, y cuando mi papa o algún miembro de nuestra familia te necesitaban siempre estabas disponible. También me acuerdo que mi mama gozaba cuando la llevabas a los “Yard Sales” cada fin de semana.

Muchas gracias por ser muy especial en nuestra familia. Nosotros te vemos no solamente como el esposo de mi hermana sino como un hermano. Que dios te bendiga y te tenga en su santa gloria. Te vamos a extrañar mucho, y siempre estarás en nuestros corazones.

April 4, 2012

Condolences to the family

Jessica Garcia

April 4, 2012

Tio Ramiro, you will forever hold a special place in my heart. I Love You!!! You were one in a million, and there is no one that can compare to you. You truly were a wonderful husband, father, brother, tio, cousin, and padrino. The love you showed for your family and others showed me the TRUE meaning of LOVE. I will never forget the many wonderful memories I had at the Alvarez home. He always made everyone feel welcomed and made sure they knew that they were at home : )

Yvette Mariscal

April 4, 2012

There are simply not enough words to describe how great of a man my tio Ramiro was. His humor and easygoing personality were able to win over the hearts of many. He always welcomed everyone into his home. Never once did I see him complain about having ALL of us over. I will forever carry the memory of us spending almost every summer there. My tio Ramiro grilling away on his grill while we spent numerous hours inside of the pool and when we would finally get out, we had an amazing dinner waiting for us, all thanks to him! He was truly one in a million and I will miss him terribly. I love you tio Mono!