Ramon Corona Garcia

Nov. 1941 ~ Dec. 2018

About the Service

Viewing at Allen Mortuary on Friday, December 14 from 4:00-6:00p.m. with the rosary to begin at 6:00p.m. also at Allen Mortuary. Mass at Holy Rosary Catholic Church on Saturday, December 15 at 10:00a.m.

Ramon was born in Mexico to Ramon and Josefina Garcia and passed away at the age of 77. He was a dedicated family man who loved his wife and children dearly. Ramon was a very hard worker and was a humble man. His catholic faith was very important to him.

Ramon is survived by his wife of 48 years, Maria Garcia; children Veronica Murphy, Zabrina Garcia, Carla Garcia, Ramon Garcia III, and Paulo (Maritere) Garcia; grandchildren Kaleb Garcia, Kesare Garcia, and Samantha Garcia. He is also survived by his brother Adrian Zambrano Sr. and sister Rosario Garcia.

Memorial contributions can be made in Ramon’s memory to the ALS Foundation.

Viewing will be at Allen Mortuary on Friday, December 14, 2018 from 4:00-6:00p.m. with the rosary to begin at 6:00p.m. also at Allen Mortuary. Mass will be at Holy Rosary Catholic Church on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 10:00a.m.


Remembrances

  1. Tio Ramon,

    Your work ethic and dedication was admirable, but also inspiring to live our best life and make this world a better place. And your love, so great. We miss you immensely and we love you. We will always carry the memories we have with you. Heaven gained an angel and we know that you will always be watching your family.

    – Jovi, Alo, y Monica

    Your humor was contagious and we will miss hearing your jokes. I will always remember how you would joke about my dad and you would wait for my reaction. I will miss those moments, but I am happy that I have those memories.
    – Alo

    God bless you, Garcia Family. We are sorry and we love you.

  2. Tio Ramon,
    I cherish the memories I have of you. My heart ached when I was told you had left us. I felt an emptiness in my heart. How I wish I was there to tell you good bye and that I love you. Thank you for being an awesome uncle.
    Tio I didn’t know how to tell my children that you have left us. When I told them, they held me tight and told me it couldn’t be true and that they just saw you and tia Maria this pass summer. Through their tears Nena and Xavi were reminisce their time they spend with you and Tia Maria at your ranch and how much fun they had with you guys. How much love you guys showed them. They love you Tio. My little Adrain remembers you so fondly not only because you showed him your love, but also because how much you looked like his Abuelito. He always love seeing you when you came to visit Abuelitos. We love you Tio Ramon.

    Tia Maria, Veronica, Zabrina, Carla, Ramon, and Pablo I am sorry for your loss. You are in our heart and prayers. We love you guys.

  3. Dear Paulo and All Garcia Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences at this difficult times. I pray to Almighty God to bless his souls, to give you strength & comfort wihile you are grieving . God bless you all , don’t you forget he is in a better place.

    Your brother Tesfaye Beyene

  4. Tio Ramon,

    Tio, you were a second father to me. There are a lot of memories that I will remember forever, that I will hold onto forever. You were always a great uncle, there for me during childhood and as an adult. You gave me the right pieces of advice. I will always remember you as a great father, uncle, friend, and a great husband to my aunt. My favorite memory is me on your shoulders at the beach in Manzanilla. You would take me to the beach, put me on your shoulders and go into the ocean as far as you could. I also remember me swimming in the sand and you telling me “Hey silly, you don’t swim in the sand.” I don’t remember how old I was but I remember those times with you, Padrino. You will forever be in my memory and thoughts.  I love you Tio and I miss you a lot.

    Rogelio Zambrano

  5. Dear Garcia family.
    Your father was a very special person. I have wonderful memories of visiting with him at his orchard over the years. We had great conversations and we especially spoke about how special our families are. Make God rest his soul and make God bless you all.
    Barret Arakelian
    Del Rio Nut Company

  6. Ramon,

    My deepest condolences to you and your family in this time of loss. Many hugs from afar.

    Sisterly,
    Soror Noemi Lujan Perez
    Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

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