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Richard Ramirez Arias

San Antonio, Texas

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July 14, 1927 - December 30, 2014Richard Ramirez Arias, 87, passed away peacefully in his sleep at home on December 30, 2014. He was born in Devine, Texas, on July 14, 1927, to Jesus and Anita Arias. Richard joined the United States Navy during World War II and was honorably discharged after the...

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to the arias family I am sorry for your loss. I only met Mr. Arias at the company Christmas party's twice. He left a lasting impression. He will be forever missed by family and friends.

Our condolencdes and prayers. Great family man who will be missed by all that knew him, RIP. Ben and Marty Castillo, Brownsville, TX

Mrs. Arias, Cindy, and family members:
May you all be blessed with much strength, love, and peace during your time of sorrow.
I extend to all my deepest sympathy.

I fondly remember Mr. Arias when he would bring his granddaughter Christa to pre-k at St. Matthew School. If she cried, and she often did, he would say "I'd better take her home". After much convincing he would leave her with me, but he always waited for my call to let him know she was ok. He was a very sweet, caring and devoted grandfather. He could always make me smile just by watching him with Christa.

You will be missed by many, Mr. Arias, but beautiful memories will...

I remember Mr. Arias going back to 1967, when my family moved to Colonies North and got to meet Ray. He was always kind and put up with us running in and out of his house as kids. He will be missed. He and the whole family will be in our prayers.

I will miss my brother Richard, I will miss his love for me, his understanding and wisdom. Even as his own health deteriorated and his pains were countless, my oldest brother always found it in his heart to worry about his baby brother, "me". He was there for me in life and I know now I will always have someone there watching over me forever. Rest in peace Richard!

Love you Uncle Rest in pece

Uncle Richard who made everyone feel welcomed rest in peace your wait for the Lord is over feel welcomed.

Psalm 27 13 I remain confident of this:
I will see the goodness of the Lord
in the land of the living.
14Wait for the Lord;
be strong and take heart
and wait for the Lord.

My Uncle Richard/Godfather was like a second father to me. I was made to feel a part of his family at a very young age. He had a heart of gold. I will miss him and love him always. Until we meet again. Rest in peace Uncle Richard.