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Norbert Ramon

The loss of Officer Norbert Ramon, our 2017 Angel of HOPE, has left us with heavy hearts,  We vow to keep his memory alive and to pay his good deeds forward in all that we do.

 

On Friday, June 15, 2018, our beloved Officer Norberto N. Ramon was honorably relieved of his post on Earth. Officer Ramon lived bravely to serve and protect up to the last two weeks of his life. He did not let cancer limit his life but showed cancer patients how to live their lives. Officer Ramon never wavered and fought a courageous battle with cancer to the very end. He lived and enjoyed a lifetime in the short period of time the Lord granted him.

 

Officer Ramon is a proud San Antonio native. A graduate of Kennedy High School and UTSA San Antonio. Norbert earned his Bachelor degree in Computer Science. He was working on his 25th year with the Houston Police Department as a Traffic Enforcement Officer.

 

Norbert Ramon was an avid fisherman, loving husband, brother and father. Adored and loved by everyone. Officer Ramon will be missed but his spirit and love will live on.

 

Norbert Ramon is preceded in death by his beloved mother, Guadalupe Ramon and sister, Diana Ramon and is survived by his wife, Cynthia Ramon and combined family of three sons: Greg Medina, Dustin Medina and Joshua Ramon; three grandchildren, Madison, Carter, and Reed; his father Alex A. Ramon Sr. and brother, Alex A. Ramon Jr. and wife, Drucilla. Norbert also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, friends and "Brothers in Blue" ~ May you Rest in Peace – We Love You!

 

Houston: Visitation ~ Monday, June 25, 2018 beginning at 9:30 AM at the Church

Service at 11:00 AM, River Pointe Church, 970 Dell Dale, Channelview, TX

 

San Antonio: Visitation ~ Wednesday, June 27, 2018 beginning at 6:00 PM

Porter Loring Chapel, 1101 McCullough Ave., San Antonio, TX

Celebration of Life Service ~ Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Porter Loring Chapel, 1101 McCullough Ave., San Antonio, TX

 

Mass ~ Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 11:30 AM

St. John Berchmans Catholic Church, 1147 Cupples Road

 

Interment ~ Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, TX

On Friday, June 15, 2018, our beloved Officer Norberto N. Ramon was honorably relieved of his post on Earth. Officer Ramon lived bravely to serve and protect up to the last two weeks of his life. He did not let cancer limit his life but showed cancer patients how to live their lives. Officer Ramon never wavered and fought a courageous battle with cancer to the very end. He lived and enjoyed a lifetime in the short period of time the Lord granted him.

 

Officer Ramon is a proud San Antonio native. A graduate of Kennedy High School and UTSA San Antonio. Norbert earned his Bachelor degree in Computer Science. He was working on his 25th year with the Houston Police Department as a Traffic Enforcement Officer.

 

Norbert Ramon was an avid fisherman, loving husband, brother and father. Adored and loved by everyone. Officer Ramon will be missed but his spirit and love will live on.

 

Norbert Ramon is preceded in death by his beloved mother, Guadalupe Ramon and sister, Diana Ramon and is survived by his wife, Cynthia Ramon and combined family of three sons: Greg Medina, Dustin Medina and Joshua Ramon; three grandchildren, Madison, Carter, and Reed; his father Alex A. Ramon Sr. and brother, Alex A. Ramon Jr. and wife, Drucilla. Norbert also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, friends and "Brothers in Blue" ~ May you Rest in Peace – We Love You!

Messages from family and friends

The Methodist Dallas team was blessed to be able to get to know Norberto and his family. Thank you for allowing us to provide care to Norberto. Although we are deeply sadden with Norberto's passing, we know that he did live with cancer and was a great role model for all of us! Norberto's legacy will live with the Methodist Dallas team forever and we will continue to provide the best cancer care possible in honor of Norberto.

May this donation help someone in the spirit of your service.- Roberto Valle Jr

It takes a minute to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, and a day to love them, but it takes an entire lifetime to forget them. You have touched many lives my friend and we'll never forget you. God will take good care off you now. - Terry Dailey

Rest In Peace with Our Lord This was an awesome video! Your are an Angel of Hope. It’s an Honor to have known you as my sister’s brother in law. Love, Dede, Jason, Joseph, Alan, Ana and Amber

Our heart felt sympathy to the family and friends of Office Norbert Ramon from his friends at YES

Rest in Peace Bert. We will miss your sweet, quiet and caring demeanor. Your were a true Hero and fought a courageous battle. - Sharon & Allen Stewart

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