Rosalinda L. Ramos
January 28, 1967 – June 9, 2017
Rosalinda Luna Ramos of Dallas, Texas passed away on June 9, 2017. Rosalinda born in Snyder, Texas to loving mother Licha Bernal. She had many sibling; three sisters, Mary jane Aguirre, Laura Bernal, and Amanda Bernal, and; two brothers, Juan Bernal and Mike Bernal. When Rosalinda was growing up in Snyder, Texas; she was very adventurous, outgoing, and she was a hard worker. In Snyder, Texas Rosalinda learned to drive at a very young age. She loved to take her Siblings out for joy rides around the lake.
As an Adult Rosalinda was a very strong and confident woman. She was spontaneous, outgoing, loving, adventurous, and sometimes a very blunt. Rosalinda worked in management in retail for many years. She loved to watch Football. She loved the Stealers! Rosalinda loved to dance in the rain with her family. She enjoyed all types of music a little bit if everything, anything she could dance too.
Rosalinda and Jessie married on April 23, 1982. They spent 35 loving years together. They have had two children together Maxine Ramos and Samantha Ramos-Green .Rosalinda was 2.5 grandchildren Angel Ramos, age 12, Jasmyne Bell, age 9, and a new one on the way! Rosalinda’s favorite saying is Mensa.
Rosalinda is survived by her mother, Licha Bernal of Snyder, Texas; her husband, Jessie Ramos of Plano, Texas; her eldest daughter, Maxine Ramos and son-in-law John Bell of Dallas, Texas; her youngest daughter Samantha Ramos-Green and wife Jessica Green of Lemoore, California; her grandson Angel Ramos and granddaughter Jasmyne Bell of Dallas, Texas; her sister Mary Jane Aquirre and her husband Hermelando of Snyder, Texas; her brother Juan Bernal and his wife Anita of Snyder, Texas; her brother Mike Bernal of Snyder, Texas; her sister Laura Bernal of Arlington, Texas; and her sister Amanda Bernal of Snyder, Texas.
Celebration of Life
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Rosalinda L. Ramos
June 12, 2017
I'm glad to have met Rose, she was always fun to be around and was a pistol! I will take the memories we shared and treasure them. xoxo to you Rose.
June 11, 2017
To Jas and Angel,
We will all miss Grandma because she was a great Grandma and a wonderful person. She enjoyed her life and you two made her laugh because of the funny things you said and did. She is now in heaven and smiling down on you, and she is so proud of both of you. She is especially proud of you for getting baptised, going to Sunday School, and attending Children's Church. Keep praying for your Mom, Maxine, and your Grandpa Jesse. That is what Grandma (and Ms. Wynne) would want you to do. May Grandma rest in peace.