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Sunset Northwest Funeral Home

6321 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Elida Irma Ramirez

November 17, 1940January 14, 2020
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Elida Irma Ramirez was a blessing from God on November 17, 1940 and returned to God’s hands on January 14, 2020. She is preceded in death by her parents, Jesse and Soledad Ramirez, and brother Antonio Montalvo. She is survived by daughters: Norma Guajardo, Patricia Guajardo, Belinda Rodriguez, Geraldine Carrillo, along with her granddaughter Nina Jade Ruggles whom she loved as a daughter. Blessed by ten grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren and siblings: Jesse, Joe, Robert, Raul, Irene, Vangie, and Albert. She graduated from Sidney Lanier High School and was a member of the Blue Jackets. She had recently returned to her hometown and was an active member of the fabulous 50’s Alumni and enjoyed attending class reunions. She had a love for music, dancing, cooking, and the Goodwill, but her family was the most important part of her life. As she begins her new journey, we are left with fond memories of our mother, big sister, grandmother and friend. We will miss you dearly and never forget the lessons learned. Until we meet again, Rest in Paradise.

Services

  • Family Receiving Guests Friday, January 17, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Friday, January 17, 2020

Memories

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JERI CARRILLO-DAILEY

January 26, 2020

MOMMA ,

ITS BEEN A WEEK SINCE YOU LEFT US TO BEGIN YOUR NEW JOURNEY TO REUNITE WITH MEMO AND PEPO .I WILL MISS YOU LIKE NO OTHER BUT I FIND COMFORT KNOWING YOU ARE WITH THEM AND OTHER LOVED ONES .
I HAVE SO MANY MEMORIES THAT WILL LAST ME A LIFE TIME BUT FEEL THAT SO MUCH WAS STILL UNSAID .YOU WILL FOREVER BE IN MY HEART AND WILL I ALREADY MISS SO MUCH .I STILL CANT BELIEVE THAT YOUR GONE . I LOVE YOU MUCHO MUCHO ,AS THE PASTOR SAID ITS NOT GOOD BYE WE SHALL MEET AGAIN, SO SEE YA LATER ,LOVING YOU ALWAYS ,JERI

Robert Caballero Ramirez

January 17, 2020

The relationship my sister and I had was like a lot of brothers and sisters everywhere- sometimes up and sometimes down. But when we sat down and were civil towards each other, and above all the nitty-gritty we displayed, we knew we loved each other deeply as brother and sister- a love instilled by our dear parents as kids. As I saw you drift away from life in your hospital bed it was the hardest thing I have had to experience. But I thank my Lord that you no longer suffer and now in the company of Mom, Dad and Tony. Elida, you were my second Mother while Mom was still here and afterwards. I thank you for that. I will truly miss you Sis. Love you always, Goodbye. Bobby

Marisela Flores

January 16, 2020

I spent hours talking to her on the phone while living in Oklahoma. I kept in touch bcuz she was a FABULOUS 50's Member n looked forward in coming to San Antonio to the Annual Reunion Dances. She would tell me that she felt like a teenager when she would attend the dances, bcuz of her classmates she would see year after year. When she moved to San Antonio she was so happy but didn't like the apt she was given
This was late in 2018 . From there we kept more in touch bcuz she was living very close to us (husband n I). So I told her we would pick her up yo go to the meetings n take her back so that she could attend our meetimgs unfortunately that didn't last, the last time we took her to a meeting at a different restaurant was in July 2019 . That was the last time I saw her until recently one of her Daughter's post on FB. Good memories I have my Friend ELIDA. 😥 Marcy Flores

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