Margarita T. Ramirez
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Margarita T. Ramirez
  • September 3, 1949 - October 11, 2017
  • San Antonio, Texas

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It is with a very heavy heart that we announce the death of Margarita (Margie) T. Ramirez, aged 68 on Wednesday October 11, 2017. She is survived by her husband Elias Ramirez III; daughters Isabel Breig, and Martha Vazquez; sons-in-law Nathan Breig and Anthony Aguilar; Grandchildren: Erin Breig, Taylor Breig, and Gabriel Vazquez. She leaves behind her faithful brother Juan Trujillo and sister- in- law Estella Menchaca; niece and nephew Alejandra Trujillo, and Jesus Trujillo; mother- in- law, Ernestine Luna; sister- in- law, Evelyn Ramirez, and her Uncle Frank, cousins, and many other adoring family members and friends.
Margie was born in San Antonio, TX and attended Jefferson High School, Class of 1968. In her earlier years, she worked various job positions to take care and provide for her children. As a young woman, she enjoyed playing violin, guitar, piano, singing as a mariachi and dancing as a flamenco dancer. She leaves a lasting memory of creating art through her music and playing in her singing groups. In her earlier singing years, her stage name was "Yellow Rose of Texas" in which she sang for weddings and events as a Mariachi. She always participated in the community talent shows in which she won numerous awards.
In her later years Margie enjoyed being a grandmother and devoting all her time to taking care of her grandchildren. Margie lived a full life, and although she was dealing with her illnesses she still enjoyed watching her novelas, Hawaii 5-0 and NCIS on television. She and her husband enjoyed watching Disney movies, going out to eat for Chinese food and drinking Pina Coladas. Even though she was sick and heading to doctor appointments with her brother, she always expressed how she enjoyed having "a" taco with him. I know she was grateful for that time spent with him.
One of the things Margie also always looked forward to was spending time with her husband, daughters, grandchildren, and family members on special occasions such as birthdays and holidays. Margie is described as being sweet, cute, friendly and chatty by many of her friends. Margie made an imprint on everyone she met and created many long lasting friendships, some even from her very young years. We know she is now at rest and celebrating her everlasting life with her father, Manuel Trujillo, her little kitty Flower and her beloved Fina.
Mother, we will cherish the memories we had and will never forget you. Words can never express how much you will be missed. Rest in Peace Mommy. We will always love you.
Family will receive guests at the funeral home on Monday, October 16, 2017 at 6:00p.m. with a Rosary at 7:00p.m. Services will continue at St. Anthony Mary Claret Catholic Church on Tuesday, October 17,2017 with a 9:00a.m. viewing and Mass of Resurrection at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow in Resurrection cemetery at Cordi-Marian. Please visit the online guest book for expressions of sympathy and shared memories.




Arrangements under the direction of SUNSET NORTHWEST FUNERAL HOME, San Antonio, TX.