OBITUARY

Ramiro L Davila

February 15, 1932April 17, 2021
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Ramiro L Davila was born on February 15, 1932 and passed away on April 17, 2021 in Pico Rivera, California and is under the care of Funeraria Del Angel Pico Rivera.

Sepelio will be held on May 3, 2021 at 12:00 pm at Resurrection Cemetery, 966 Potrero Grande Dr, Rosemead, California.

They are survived by Yolanda Davila (Hija).

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  • FAMILY

  • Yolanda Davila, Hija

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  • Sepelio

    Monday, May 3, 2021

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Biography

On behalf of my sisters and my brother (Idalia, Yolanda, Letty, Laura, Ramiro), myself, our half-brother Arturo, we would like to thank you all for joining us in this hard time. A few days ago, we lost a great man, but we were fortunate to have him in our lives for 89 years.
I would like to start off by sharing some memories we have of my father to gain your recollection of him. My father was not a man of many words, but people enjoyed being around him because he loved to joke around. His hobbies included watching boxing matches, drinking a beer with Clamato, and going to downtown LA. He also enjoyed simply sitting on the porch of his house with his hat on and his legs crossed—looking off into the distance.
My father was a hardworking man, and he was always “on the go,” but he still had a warm heart. He would often travel from Mexico to Chicago, Louisiana, and Texas for work on the cottonfields, but he never left us. He always came back to Mexico and made sure my mom and us were taken care of. Because of him, we were able to live a better life here in the U.S.
He also loved his grandkids very much. He would always ask us about our kids by asking “y los muchachos?” And to his grandkids, he would always ask: “no fuiste a la escuela hoy?” or “no trabajaste hoy?” Often times, he would be the one to tie our kid’s neckties whenever they had a special event to attend to.
One thing I know is that my dad loved each and every one of us in his own way and my dad was very special to all of us. I stand here, beside my sisters and brothers, with my heart broken but I know that he is now resting with my mother in heaven and he is no longer suffering.
With all that being said, we thank you Dad. We will miss you so much and we will always love you. And like my sister Yola said, “this is not a goodbye, but a see you later.”
I love you, Dad.