Carmen Ramirez

Carmen Ramirez was born July 16, 1931 in Mexico. She was born to Pedro and Guadalupe with 8 siblings. She lived in Las Vegas, NV and El Paso, TX for many years of her life. Carmen was married to Rafael Ramirez Sr. and had 5 children. She is survived by 4 children, 11 grandchildren, and 24 great grandchildren. Carmen lived a glamorous life… loved dressing up fancy with costume jewelry and wigs. Her favorite times of year were always Halloween and Christmas. She loved trains, balloons, lights, old movies, shopping, and the moon. Carmen’s favorite thing to eat was coffee and sweets. She spent much of her time being the best grandmother “abuelita” and always had a positive outlook on life. She loved to laugh, sing, and dance with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her beautiful soul will never be forgotten but she will be greatly missed.

The services for Carmen will be held at La Paloma Funeral Home, at their Summerlin chapel located on 2552 S Fort Apache Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89117, on October 2nd, 2021. The viewing will begin at 12pm with the funeral service starting immediately after at 1pm. The Burial will take place the following day on October 3rd, 2021 at 12pm at Palm Northwest Cemetery.

 

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  • Shes sounds like a wonderful lady.
    My condolences 🙏
    Alberto and Jacqueline Enriquez

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  • Sylvia santacroce
    September 27, 2021 6:59 pm

    Although we weren’t blood related ,she sure felt like one of my real grandmother’s. I’ve been with her for 30 years . She was so loving and concerned and like myself and my family ,it was common for her to express her love for us through her AMAZING cooking ! She had superb fashion sense all the way up to the day she departed. She always looked her best ,oftentimes looking more beautiful than women half her age.But more than her physical beauty was her dignity and grace ,she had such a kind smile and the ability to instantly comfort you without saying a word.it is an injustice that some of my children won’t be fortunate enough to go through some of life’s problems without the security of abuelitas comfort,however I sacrifice! full faith they will see her again soon ,in perfect conditions, thanks to Jehovahs grand promise and Jesus ransom sacrafice!❤ abuelita we will see you soon.we love you so much

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  • Sylvia santacroce
    September 27, 2021 7:03 pm

    That was supposed to say “I have full faith” not “I sacrifice”.🙄🙄🙄

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