Troy Anthony Ramos

April 2001 ~ June 2020

About the Service

Viewing will be held for family and friends at Allen Mortuary on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 from 2:00-5:00p.m.  Memorial service will be on Monday, June 15, 2020 also at Allen Mortuary at 1:00p.m. with interment to follow at Turlock Memorial Park.  

Troy loved animals, anything that involved being outdoors and spending time with his friends.  He graduated from Roselawn High School.

Troy will be dearly missed by his parents Liz and Jeremy Pike; grandparents Clarin Paap, Jolynn Kuhlman and Travis (Eileen) Pike; numerous aunts and uncles including Clarin Paap III; and many cousins.  He was preceded in death by his grandmother Susan Paap.

Viewing will be held for family and friends at Allen Mortuary on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 from 2:00-5:00p.m.  Memorial service will be on Monday, June 15, 2020 also at Allen Mortuary at 1:00p.m. with interment to follow at Turlock Memorial Park.


Remembrances

  1. I remember the first time I met Troy, i thought he was a tweaker on a little motorized scooter and the chain popped off. I as a curious young lad went over to help him because deep down I wanted to rip the scooter. We walked back to his house and i found out he had a pocket bike. Later in life I found myself in the exact same hobby of just throw a motor on it and go. Theres always respect for a man who can work on his own stuff and enjoy the road it takes. He always loved wrenching ever since i met him and thats the type of people i hang out with because i enjoy it so much. Troy was a true and respectable individual who had a good heart. He wouldn’t stand for no shit, that guy would punch u before u finish ur insult as he did to me the one time I tried to square up with him. Gone but not forgotten fly high buddy, lmk if he’s real cus i don’t know if i should believe people with no proof. Love u dawg

  2. Sometimes I still think troy will call me to see if we could hangout like he did every other day.

    Troy was the best friend anyone could ask for and he became part of my family we will always miss you buddy rest in paradise

  3. I remember going to PE everyday and walkin in and seeing my boy T Roy as I used to call him. All the laughs and smiles shared will always be remembered. I love you brother.

  4. I remember Troy from freedom house in Turlock when were kids. I’m in shock and my heart aches for Liz his mother. Sending love and hugs from Alaska. I’ll remember his along with our other angels god needed back.

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