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Antonio Ramos

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Dr. Antonio Ramos, Surgeon, was born November 9, 1925 in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico and passed January 29, 2013 at Evanston Hospital. He was the beloved son of Luis Antonio Ramos Farias and mother Inez Alvarado Salinas. He is survived by Janet Ramos, daughter of Dr. Ramos' deceased first wife, Athel Collette, their eldest child Etel Maria who died shortly after birth. He is survived by his four children from his former wife of 25 years the late Virginia Allen Houck, Luis Antonio Ramos, Laura Jean Ramos Wilson (wife of his beloved son-in-law Cole B. Wilson, Esquire), and their youngest son Timothy Patrick Ramos, the eldest daughter the late Virginia Anne Ramos, who will be reunited with her parents in Heaven. Dr. Ramos, was supportive of his loving family and friends, made a strong impact throughout all of Chicago. Both he and his late wife Virginia were involved in several charities for many years and together made a difference in this world. Antonio was especially fond of helping the Latino community advance. He was a man of vision and he and his late wife Virginia sat on the board of directors with W. Clement Stone for the National Space Institute. He served as Chief of Surgery at Henrotian Hospital. He enjoyed going to Hockey games with his wife and children while serving in the honored position as a team physician for the Black Hawks. This was something he truly cherished and enjoyed with his supporting friends, the late Mr. William Wirtz and Dr. Tremain, who looked upon him as an equal. Dr Ramos Contribution and Awards are extensive including Man of the Year. Later he married his wife Ana Laura and they had four additional children. Dr. Antonio Ramos lead a full life with much love and admiration from his family and friends. He was a remarkable human being and father and he will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace. A Memorial Mass will be offered for Dr. Antonio Ramos on Saturday, February 2, 2013, 11:30 a.m at the St. Pius V Church located at 19th & Ashland Ave.
Published in Chicago Tribune on Feb. 2, 2013
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