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July 19, 2018

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November 24, 2015
I worked with Ramona at the Dept. of Employment in 1966-67. Fresh out of high school, I appreciated the mentoring she gave me. She was such a great example of poise, beauty and grace. RIP, Ramona
November 18, 2015
Ramona was only 14 years old when I married her brother Bill.and I will miss her a lot. We had some great times traveling together and doing Geneaolgyand as her mother would have said "She certainly had go in her heel".
November 18, 2015
Ramona, will be missed! I enjoyed visiting with her several times over the years, and spent time with her on our move from Seattle to Las Vegas. She opened her home up to my partner (Andy) and me over 9 years ago when we needed a place to stay on our way to Vegas. My thoughts and prayers to the family! I've been friends with Randy for many years since he moved to Seattle. Aaron Egawa ~ Las Vegas
November 18, 2015
Marea McKeague, my mother, never found a better friend than Ramona Beck. The two friends enjoyed every moment they spent together, and spent a large portion of those happy hours either laughing, singing along and tapping toes to music, or in upbeat chatter about their family, travels, music, art, gardens and other shared passions (often while savoring a dish of Maui Wowie.)
I'll always remember how Ramona basked in the autumnal beauty of Idaho during a morning outing to enjoy cinnamon rolls, followed by a drive through the Treasure Valley. The maples were crimson and at their height of beauty. I heard her quietly murmur to herself, "Ramona, remember this."
Ramona had a joie de vivre rarely found in anyone and musical laughter I'll carry in my mind forever. Mom and our family adored her, will always love her, and give profound thanks for the blessing of having known her.
Warmest sympathies to Ramona's family and loved ones. May Ramona's lively spirit forever lift and comfort your hearts.