Carlito "Deto" Ramos (2013 - 2017)

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Carlito "Deto" Allen Ramos was born on May 14, 2013, to Clara Lisbourne and Raul Ramos. At birth, Carlito was his parent's biggest baby, weighing 11 lbs and 13 oz. Carlito is the youngest child of four to Clara and Raul: Alexander Ray (12), Alyssa Jean (9) and Raul Jr. (5). He is also the youngest boy grandchild to Grandma Mary Ramos. His late Ahpa Ken gave his eskimo name of "Sulook." As an infant, the nickname "Deto" stuck, because his brother Raul Jr. could not pronounce Carlito. Right away, Raul Jr. and Carlito were inseparable; the Ramos/Lisbourne family considered them PIC (partners in cuteness and crime). He brought so much joy and happiness to the family and so much laughter in just four short years.
In the past months, being the only child not in school, Carlito and his father grew such a close and loving bond. After his siblings left for the school bus and Mommy left for work, both Raul and Carlito would drive to various coffee stands, getting coffee and hot chocolate. He was his parent's center divider in bed. After his day of being a child was done, Carlito would always crawl into his parent's bed, laying in between. Mommy would hold his feet or touch his fingers, while he sucked the same two fingers since birth.
God gave a weekend alone with his parents before receiving his Angel wings. At one point during the weekend, his Mommy called him "Baby Raul," and Carlito said, "Mommy, I'm Deto, Baby Raul is with Grandma," and laughed. The weekend was so memorable and happy. He played with toy cars and play dough, and his dad took him to the store to pick out any toy he wanted, only to pick out a $4 SpongeBob figure.
His Grandma had joyous memories of helping him ride his "Turtle" bike when she was at their house. "Grandma, push me on my Turtle bike." His parents, especially Grandma Mary, tried to throw away a pair of blue winter boots due to being so worn and raggedy, but somehow Carlito would find them and have them on where ever he went, even in the hot summer months! He didn't want new shoes, slippers or even new boots. Only the blue boots.
Carlito is survived by his parents, Clara and Raul of Anchorage, Alaska; his siblings, Alexander, Alyssa and Raul Jr.; his Grandma Mary Ramos of Anchorage; great-grandmother, Judy Kramer of Ukiah, Calif.; great-grandfather, Ray Crabtree of Ukiah, Calif.; aunt and uncle, Amber and Timothy Kelly Jr. of Wasilla, Alaska; cousins, Anthony, Timothy III and Mary Kelly of Wasilla; and great-aunt, Donna Campigili of Ukiah, Calif.
Carlito is preceded in death along with his Ahpa and Ahka Ken and Iva Lisbourne; great-uncle, Johnny Crabtree of Ukiah, Calif.; and great-uncle, Troy Crabtree of Ukiah, Calif.
Services will be held at Legacy Funeral Homes Heritage Chapel at Angelus, 440 East Klatt Road, on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.
A public viewing will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Funeral service will start at 1 p.m., with burial to follow at Angelus Memorial Park at 3 p.m.
There will be Celebration of Life and food at 5 p.m., at Southcentral Foundation, 4501 Diplomacy Drive in Anchorage.
If anyone would like to make a donation, there is a GoFundme account in his name: Carlito Allen Ramos.
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Anchorage, AK 99515
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Published in Anchorage Daily News on Oct. 18, 2017