The family of Ramon E Aguirre Sr, 56, sadly announce his passing on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Viewing for Ramon will be Wednesday, January 24, 2018, and Thursday, January 25, 2018, 10 AM to 6 PM, at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home. Rosary will be recited Thursday, January 25, 2018, 6 PM, at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be Friday, January 26, 2018, 10 AM, at St John the Baptist Catholic Church. Interment will follow at South Park Cemetery. Celebrate Ramon’s life by visiting www.andersonbethany.com to offer a memory or expression of sympathy for his family.
Ramon was born August 5, 1961, in Tepozan, Durango, Mexico, to Ladislao and Carmen Aguirre. He married Maria Guadalupe Rios on January 19, 1980, in Roswell, and spent his life working as a marble fabricator. He was a member of St John the Baptist Catholic Church.
Remaining to cherish the memory of Ramon are his wife, Maria Guadalupe Rios Aguirre, children: Ramon R Aguirre Jr, Earl L Aguirre, Leslie Aguirre, Maria G Ramirez; mother, Carmen E Aguirre; siblings: Gregoria Schweder, Bertha and George Carrillo, Raul Aguirre and Theresa Romero, Maria and Julie Watt-Aguirre, Eliseo Aguirre and Carla Sanchez, Carmen Aguirre, Lydia and Jesus Hernandez; grandchildren: Jasmine Aguirre, Tommy I Bustamante, Victor Aguirre, Raechal Aguirre, Issacc Aguirre, Hector R Aguirre, and Earl Aguirre, and Sergio Ramirez; nieces & nephews: Alyssia Aguirre, Alonso Estrada, Amanda J Schweder, Allen Schweder, David and Chrissy Carrillo, Daniel and Marissa Carrillo, Eiluj D Watt-Aguirre, Eliseo J Aguirre, Rayna R Aguirre, Pilar S Aguirre, Marcus Ortiz, Matthew Ortiz, Elias G Franco, Sofia E Franco, Mirella Isabel Hernandez, Emilia Mariana Hernandez, Daniel Jesus Hernandez, Joshua M Estrada, Neela C Estrada, Claudia M Carrillo, and Michael D Carillo.
Preceding Ramon in death were his father, Ladislao V Aguirre; grand-parents: Benito and Gregoria Aguirre, and Antonio and Maria Enriquez.
Those chosen to serve as Pallbearers for Ramon are: Raul Aguirre, Eliseo Aguirre, Ramon Aguirre Jr, Earl Aguirre, Allen Schweder, Jesus Hernandez, Tommy Bustamante, Daniel Carrillo, and Sergio Ramirez.
Dios Vio Que Estaba Cansado
Dios vio que estabe cansado y una cura ya no habria. Al abrazarlo Dios le dijo al oido, “Ven Conmigo.” Con ojos llorosos lo miramos sufrir y como se nos fue acabando. Aunque lo amabamos, no lo pudimos hacer que se quedara. Un Corazon de oro dejo de latir, manos Fuertes y trabajadoras ya descansan. Dios quebro nuestros corazones al probar que El solo se lleva a los mejores.