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Ramon Almanza

September 22, 1965 — November 24, 2021

Ramon Almanza 56 years old, took his last breath on Earth to join his loved ones in Eternal Paradise on November 24, 2021. He was the husband of Lorena Almanza Gutierrez. They met at work in May of 2013. They hit it off right away and began spending a lot of time together. They really got to know each other before they married in April of 2017. Both of them enjoyed movie nights at home, cookouts with family, watching Cubs games, Blackhawks games and even attended games. He wouldn’t want one to mention but he also did the occasional White Sox tailgate with the family. He was fond of his step sons: Angel, Chui, and Javi. He got along with them very well, and helped them in so many ways that didn’t go unnoticed. He loved his daughter “My baby girl” dearly and enjoyed when she would come with the grandchildren to visit. He would get emotional when he received text messages from her. Knowing she was thinking about him meant a lot to him. Ramon loved all his brothers and sisters, but was very close to his sister, Dinorah(bean)- he said she was like a mom to him and loved and respected her so much. While still here on Earth, and couldn’t work his brother Juan helped financially- Ramon was very thankful and appreciative for that. Ramon had self-taught skills, and would help anyone that needed it. He was a very handy man that would fix, or update things around the house. He was your go to guy when you needed any electrical work done, or any maintenance to the house. He was very knowledgeable, avoided mechanics and did the work himself. He worked in Loss Prevention, and really liked what he did. While working he would pull the old “tape measure” trick, always just enjoying every bit of life and wanting to make others laugh with his pranks. He enjoyed being with the family having cookouts, listening to music, fishing, karaoke, were some of the more common things he did. He loved spending time with his grandkids so much, he himself was like a kid when he was around them, that’s how much he enjoyed the time with them. He loved the Chicago Cubs and you would most often see him wearing his Cubs hat, or Cubs shirts. His favorite color was “Cubby Blue”, his favorite thing to do was to be around his family. Ramon Almanza, is survived by his wife: Lorena Almanza (Angel, Jesus, Javi), his daughter: Krystal Almanza, his grandchildren: Kylie Krystal, Tyler Matthew, Jason Martin, his siblings: Rosalinda Almanza, Dinorah Fregoso (Javier), Sergio Almanza (Rose), Rogelio Almanza, Silvia Casanova (Raul), Manuel Rojas, and Juan Martinez. He was an amazing uncle to about 61 nieces and nephews. He is preceded by his parents: Rogelio Almanza & Graciela Almanza Martinez, his brother: Alfred Almanza, and his son: Kevin Ramon Almanza for whom he suffered so much when he left this Earth. Ramon will be missed dearly as there were many plans left undone, many words left unspoken, but free he is of suffering, and those who love him, will carry his memory in their hearts. His journey on Earth has ended, so may the gates of Heaven open and welcome you home. Rest in Eternal Paradise Ramon. Visitation will be held on Friday, December 3, 2021, from 3-8 p.m at The Sourek Manor Funeral Home, 5645 W. 35th St, Cicero IL. For more information please call 708-652-6661.
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