OBITUARY

Belinda Sue Ramirez

July 15, 1964July 7, 2019
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Belinda S. Ramirez, 54, of League City, Texas passed away Sunday, July 7, 2019 after her battle with cancer peacefully at her home.

Belinda is preceded in death by her parents, Lynn and Mamie Reed and sister Lucinda Gambrell.

She is survived by her husband, Julio Ramirez of League City, TX; children; Julio Ramirez Jr. of League City, TX; Krysta Cherry and husband Corbin of League City, TX, Daniel Hamilton and wife Jennifer of League City, TX; grandchildren, Trey Ramirez and Owen Cherry; sisters, Barbara Weatherspoon, Deborah Anderson and fiancé Nelson Leon, Patricia Goodenough and husband Neal, Cassandra Baumann; brother, Francis Reed; numerous close nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, July 14, 2019 at Forest Park East Funeral Home. Visitation will begin at 9:00am and service at 10:00am.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, July 14, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, July 14, 2019

Memories

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George Martinez

July 14, 2019

Rest in peace. I am thankful for the South Houston memories.

Brandy Coffey

July 14, 2019

Belinda you were such an inspirational coworker and friend . I called you my neighbor cause I worked right next door . I remember all of the talks we would have over the phone or should I say vent sessions . Your are truly a remarkable women and have a heart of gold . You would smile and light up the room . Although I have only known you for about 8 yrs we got closer over the past two years . I will always remember you and how you would speak your mind and all the great advice you gave me And u were truly a wonderful friend to us all we luv you and will miss you !!

Karen Hebert

July 13, 2019

Belinda was my cousin Mamie’s daughter. I really didn’t know her very well over the years but we connected on FB several years ago. She’d brought her mom & dad to La for my mother’s birthday(her grandpa’s twin sister). I enjoyed seeing her many trips & adventures, her love of her family, her pets, her faith and always that beautiful smile on her face. She will be greatly missed.

Christine Morris

July 12, 2019

She was truly one of a kind. I loved her humor, her honesty, and her bluntness. When we joined that crazy cheer team she was one of the firsts to welcome me and teach me the ropes. Beyond that was the friendships that developed. The get togethers to watch football, hang in the garage, and the Florida vacations! Get her to the Gulf after dark and oh the fun and hilarity that ensued! They are memories and secrets that I will cherish forever. Thank you for being my friend.

Lisa Henderson

July 12, 2019

I don't even know where to begin, so many wonderful memories from New York to Texas. Growing up your visits to the farm in the summer were always a highlight. I will be forever grateful that we made it to Texas to visit and sorry that we didn't make it back. I will miss your smile.

Jenna Humphrey

July 11, 2019

I worked with Belinda at Clear Creek High,
She was the most down to earth, sweetest, funny and caring person. Her smile would light up the room, I am so glad that I was able to meet her and be apart of her life even if it was for a short time.
Thank you Belinda for the awesome memories.

Juanita Perez

July 10, 2019

I will always remember Belinda as a very special friend and a very caring person. May she rest in peace. Whenever we has m family gatherings and parties. Belinda was always the life of the party. She would keep the party going. But my special memory of Belinda (Julio) is when our mother (Maggie) passed she was there for our entire family along with her husband Julio the bought us many necessities and dinner several times . Which our entire family appreciated. She will be dearly missed. She will always have a special place in my heart. Belinda are will miss you so much.

Carolyn Askew

July 10, 2019

I found some pictures of us at work/play 😊 at McWhirter elementary!

Carolyn Askew

July 10, 2019

I met Belinda at work. We worked together in the kitchen at
McWhirter elementary along with Cora. We had the best team in the entire district. That's no joke 😊 Belinda was a cleaning machine. We had a spotless kitchen. We had so much fun at work that I totally forgot I was at work. We all became friends outside of work. We ad lots of adventures together and many hours just sitting talking together. Although I haven't seen Belinda in about 10 years that doesn't matter. We had a bond that could not be broken. Belinda enjoy your place in heaven with all your loved ones! We will meet again soon. I love you forever ❤️

Edward and Martha Carrillo

July 10, 2019

Edward and I were very fortunate to have enjoyed such a beautiful human being as an unforgettable neighbor and priceless friend. As such, we shared many ups and downs, good and bad times together.
Belinda was always there, cheerful, helpful and supportive with a unique sense of humor, but she didn’t hesitate to get on Papi’s case (she called Edward Papi) when he screwed up.
We will miss her immensely and our sympathy and love go out to Julio, the kids and the rest of the family. REST IN PEACE OUR BEAUTIFUL FRIEND!!

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