Strong, kind, loving, and all around wonderful. You will be missed dearly, and will forever be in our hearts.
  • 60 years old
  • Born on April 7, 1954 in Sidney, Nebraska, United States.
  • Passed away on June 1, 2014 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anthony Ramirez, 60, born on April 7, 1954 and passed away on June 1, 2014. We will remember him forever.


Posted by Matt And Mike Case on 1st June 2017
In Palm Springs this week and thinking about all of the fun and fantastically inappropriate times with Tony over the years! Our fondest memories will always include this loving, sweet sweet man. Miss you tons Tony and think of you always. Much love, M&M
Posted by Nancy Lewis on 1st June 2017
It has been 3 years and I never stop missing you and treasuring the time we had shared. Your smile, wit and kindness was infectious and touched us all. Take care of our family with your everlasting light.
Posted by Nancy Lewis on 7th April 2017
I have been thinking of you. How lucky we are to have you as part of our family. You added so much warmth and joy to our lives, I will always treasure you in my heart.
Posted by Matt And Mike Case on 1st June 2016
Thinking of Tony today with a big smile and deep love, M&M
Posted by Nancy Lewis on 2nd June 2015
Tony, our lives are glowing from your smile and light you shared with us. I think of you so often with great memories and joy. Thanks for taking care of Mark on this new journey.
Posted by Rick Cornell on 1st June 2015
We miss you Tony! Hard to believe it's been a year. Love always, Rick and Alan
Posted by Rick Cornell on 7th April 2015
Happy Birthday Tony. I can still hear you voice and see you wonderful smile. I miss you!!!
Posted by Matt And Mike Case on 7th April 2015
Thinking of you Tony and missing you so very much. We will celebrate your life today and that will surely make us smile!
Posted by Nancy Lewis on 7th April 2015
The world was blessed when you were born and when you left us we all mourned. As time passes I find myself thinking of all the wonderful times we had together and my tears have turn to joy Your light shine bright in my soul and in celebration of your life I light one more birthday candle. Happy 61st birthday to my brother-in-law who feels like a brother and a friend to all of us
Posted by Wendy Fallon on 5th August 2014
I will always remember Tony as someone who embraced life and always seemed to find a way of finding the positive side of even the darkest prospect. He was definitely a "the cup is half full" kind of guy. Not only do I fondly recall his sense of humor, but his love of cooking and especially his sweet creations which were just culinary masterpieces. Our children benefitted from Tony's culinary skill, as he was always thoughtful and presented me with boxes of treats for our boys. I know he was passionate about his family and shared his stories of his travels to see them with alacrity. I am sorry to have missed his memorial but I was out of town. Tony, you will be sorely missed, my friend.
Posted by Lauran Lansdon on 1st August 2014
I wish I had known about the local memorial service. I am sorry that I did not have the opportunity to share the memory of your life and to say goodbye surrounded by your family and friends. What I will remember most is not the project we worked on together or the many business trips we took together (although shortly I will post a fun photo from one of them) but you and your love of life, family and friends. I always admired and have been inspired by your curiosity and wide variety of interests. Several days after your passing I wrote this for you. I think of you often. The photos are great, by the way. Thank you to the family for sharing them with all of us. It's nice to have faces to go with all the people Tony talked about.
Posted by Karen Schindler on 1st August 2014
Tony, last weeks Memorial Serivce was beautiful. I didn't speak, but if I had, I would have shared the following: It is still difficult walking by your office everyday. Over the last five years I learned so much about you. Family meant everything to you. I felt like I knew your parents, Rose, Jane, your children, and grandchildren. When Ray passed away, this hit you hard. You not only lost a brother, but you became the patriarch of the family - a role you took very seriously. The stories you shared about you and Mark left no doubt that the two of you shared such a special relationship. You were an amazing cupcake maker. I will forever remember the Foothill Ranch bake sale to raise money for the Alzheimers Association. You made six cup cake hamburgers and fries wrapped in paper that had Skilled Healthcare printed all over it. An annonymous person bought one of your amazing cupcakes for $150. I am so glad that we started as collleagues and got to become friends. Miss you.
Posted by Shannon Lewis on 6th June 2014
Uncle Tony, our family was truly blessed to have you in it. We all love you so much!!! Your love for life was contagious. Every person who had the privilege of knowing you was touched by your caring, loving ways. You will be deeply missed forever. My heart is heavy with you gone but I know you are watching over everyone with a smile. You will never be forgotten XOXO. I love you.... Say hi to my weeties up there
Posted by Nancy Lewis on 5th June 2014
From Jessica Anderson "Time for me to go now, I won't say goodbye, look for me in rainbows, way up in the sky. In the morning sunrise when all the world is new, just look for me and love me, as you know I loved you. Time for me to leave you, I won't say goodbye; look for me in rainbows, high up in the sky. In the evening sunset, when all the world is through, Just look for me and love me, and I'll be close to you. It won't be forever, the day will come and then my loving arms will hold you, when we meet again. Time for us to part now, we won't say goodbye; look for me in rainbows, shining in the sky. Every waking moment, and all your whole life through just look for me and love me, as you know I loved you. Just wish me to be near you, and I'll be there with you." RIP Uncle Tony I love you
Posted by Rick Cornell on 3rd June 2014
I am really blessed to have known Tony. I met him when he met Mark back in Denver (28 years ago?) He was a very kind thoughtful person. He was fun. Tony, Mark, Alan and I went to Tracks in Denver to see Sylvester sing. I can still picture us all dancing and having a blast. That was probably the same summer that we all went camping with Nancy in the mountains. I regret that I did not see him for the last few years, but we communicated a lot through facebook in the last year and a half. It was great to see Tony and Mark's trip to Paris and his excitement over his orchid blooming earlier this year. He had a great life and now leaves a big void for those of us who will miss him. He will always live on in our hearts and minds.
Posted by Matt And Mike Case on 3rd June 2014
We are better men because we knew you, and your light and smile will never fade from our hearts. We are so grateful for every minute we spent together and we are comforted knowing that your loving spirit will still surround us. Thank you for showing us how to embrace life and live it with purpose. We are resolved to follow your lead - to smile often and love with gusto and acceptance, may we honor you in the process.
Posted by Nancy Lewis on 2nd June 2014
Your heart was always full of love, you smile radiated the warmth in your soul and you'rer kindness was infectious. Thanks for sharing your life with us. You may have gone on to another journey but you will never be forgotten.

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