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Lydia Evangeline Ramirez

August 19, 1943 — November 28, 2022

Los Angeles

Lydia Evangeline Zuniga-Ramirez was born in Seine Bight, Belize Central America on August 19, 1943. Lydia was one of eight children born to Alberta and John B. Zuniga. She married David Ramirez circa 1960 and was a devoted mother to eight children. All of whom would not hesitate to praise her hard work, tenacity, and selflessness. 

Lydia had a gentle spirit and a caring heart which was evident by a twenty five-year career in elder care that she began shortly after she migrated to the United States. She would rave about the bond and love that she had for her patients and their families. Anybody who wanted or needed a meal could get one from her, she would prepare food and share her last crumb with no hesitation. Caretaking was her niche, but she also had hobbies that brought big smiles to her beautiful face. Attending church, singing in the choir, baking, traveling, watching Wheel of Fortune and soap operas are just a few of her favorite hobbies. There was a tie between shopping and doing crossword puzzles for the top slot.

Many nicknames were bestowed upon her from those near and dear over the years, Mrs. Ramz, Lydi, Lydz, Ma, Gran, Great-Gran, etc. but no matter the name the love was immeasurable.

Lydia Evangeline Zuniga-Ramirez, passed away peacefully on Monday November 28, 2022. She spent seventy-nine years on this earth doing God’s work. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband David Ramirez, brothers Herman & Dennis Lee, sister Grace, and her daughters Jennifer Maybel (1959-2002) and Arlet Lee (1973-2004). 

She is survived by her children Horace Myvet, Marva Joy Inid, Kenrick Keith, Natherly Delia, Charet Dawn and Myrick Vinnie.  Her sisters Carrie, Celita, Delaine, and Faith. Contributing to loving Lydia are an abundance of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

There aren’t enough words to describe how much she was loved and how deeply she will be missed. A woman with a spirit of giving and a love for God, is how we would like the world to remember our matriarch.

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