Beloved Anastacio A. Ramos better known as Tacho, age 55, passed away peacefully at home on March 17th, 2021 in Odessa,
Texas surrounded by many loved family and friends.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday March 23, 2021 from 1 PM- 9 PM at Martinez Funeral Home Chapel, with Prayer Service starting at 6 PM.
Our final Goodbyes will be at 10 AM on Wednesday March 24, 2021 at Martinez Funeral Home Chapel.
He will be laid to rest at Ector County Cemetery Section II.
He was born in Mulato, Chihuahua, MX to Santiago and Adela Ramos on June 28th, 1965 (legally July 28th, 1965).
Those left to cherish his precious memory are his wife Sandra Yvonne Ramos, son Sergio Ramos, stepchildren Stephanie Urias & Joe Urias,
grandkids Jolie Lujan & JoDaniel Urias who he loved dearly, all from Odessa, TX. He is also survived by his brothers Arturo Ramos,
Manuel & wife Tencha Ramos, Santiago Ramos Jr., Alonso & wife Ester Ramos, Juan & wife Carmen Ramos, Jesus & Irene Ramos,
sisters Amparo Ramos, Olga & husband Zeke Quintela, Sylvia & husband Joel Ponce, mother in law Ignacia Lugo,
sister in laws Betty & husband Roberto Lozoya, Karla & husband Junior Flotte, Wendy & husband Alex Munoz,
brother in law Ruben & wife Terry Lugo & many nieces and nephews all from Odessa, TX.
Tacho is being welcomed, with open arms, into the Gates Heaven by his parents Santiago & Adela Ramos, his brothers Arnaldo,
the twins Rene & Rolando, & Carlos Ramos, niece Melissa Ramos, father in law Ruben Lugo, & brother Daniel Lugo.
“My father was a beloved son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle & friend. Well known and respected around “the Barrio” by many.
In his early years he faced many hardships but always kept it real, kept it true, and kept it 100 like the “G” that he was.
This honorable man will remain in our hearts, thoughts, and memories for everlasting life. Long live Big 21!”
Sergio A. Ramos
“Through hardships Tacho always kept his faith and loyalty through Jesus Christ. Tacho was known as a warrior as a father, son,
brother, grandfather and friend. Even till his last days he fought until the lord called him home. He will be dearly missed and forever
remain in our hearts.
“We are all visitors to this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn to grow to love,
and then we return home. Until we meet again…’ ”
Stephanie L. Urias
“One of the most important things to him was his faith in Christ. Not only as his brother also his “Pastor” it was a privilege
to Shepard him to the lord. He stood strong in his faith and believed till the end. He will be missed but not forgotten.”
Pastor & Brother
“My babe was the most loving romantic husband that love to sing to me, theres no words that can explain the love that I have for him.
He will always be the love of my life through the up and downs and through thick and thin. Like Bonny and Clyde.”
Sincerely from his “Leona”
Sandra L. Ramos
Pallbearers will be Jorge Ramos, Timothy Ramos, Manuel Ramos Jr., Sammy Ramos, Hector Flotte Jr., Roberto Lozoya Jr., Donovan Lozoya,
Bryan Madrid, & Honorary Pallbearer Sergio Ramos.
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