Ramon Sanchez Salazar

Tucson, Arizona


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Ramon Sanchez Salazar Born January 3, 1937, left to be with the Lord and Savior on December 18, 2008. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude Betty Salazar and their eight children, Ray Jr. (Belen) Salazar, Michael (Leticia) Salazar, Frank (Lisa) Salazar, Eddie (Diane) Salazar, Xavier (Estella)...

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Nino Ray,
For that is how I will forever remember you..... You were my Nino and my Tio and still are the only Tio I have ever really known. You stood by me, Becky and Esther all our lives - no matter what. When my father passed away and all we knew of the Salazar Family was you and Nina Betty you were there to love us and be proud of us and a part of our lives. Thank you for all your love and Thank you for being there for us always - I will miss you so much! Oh and Nino.... my...

hey dad we miss you more and more each day as it passes i know that you watch me from heaven everyday and although i will continue to make wrong decisions i know that your family loves you and they are all going threw their own thing but i just wanna thank you for everything that you should me while your were here i thank you for the priveleage to be able to date your daughter "save a spot in heaven for me and your beautiful wife betty you will always be in my prayers

May you rest in peace Ray. You were an amazing person who touched so many lives. Your memory will live on as well as the kindness you have taught all of us. You were like the Father I never had. Bless you. We love you so very much!

Betty and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Ray was a great person and fun. Ray always made my family feel like part of the family each time we went to visit Sonia when she was still living at home. I appreciate having known him and having him in my life. I was sad to hear him go, but he is in a happier place now and at peace. I hope the best for your family.

Adios Tio Ray. Will always remember the good hunting days. Don't be sad Tia Betty, he is smiling and is with family. With love, nephew and wife, Arnold & Monika


My deepest condolenses to you for the loss of your husband. Although I never had the pleasure of talking to you in a conversation besides the ocassional hello, I could see the love that you both had for each other every Sunday at mass. Although I never knew your names, it just broke my heart when father Jeffery mentioned the passing of Mr. Salazar, because right away I knew of who he was talking about since he wasn't there by your side. I can't imagine what you and your family must be...

Diane and Eddie, Lisa and Frank;
I am sorry for your loss during what should be a most happy time of year. God will provide you and your families with the strength you will need to get through this troubling time. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

Rick Sumner

To The Salazar Family, Please accept our deepest, heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband and father. The Bumper Fuentes family.