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Terence Val "Terry" Ramey

Vancouver, Washington

1948 - 2019

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TERENCE VAL RAMEY June 18, 1948 ˜ April 27, 2019 ”A good man gone too soon.” Terence Val Ramey passed away on April 27, 2019 at The Hampton’s Ashley Inn from a long 13-year battle with Alzheimer’s. He was born in Vancouver, WA on June 18, 1948 to Adrian James Ramey and Doris Virginia...

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Terry was my cousin.He loved fishing for steelhead a lot as I remember! A very kind, humble & humorous man. May he rest in peace.

Terry and I had a lot of good times and plenty of laughs together. Good times were also spent with my family, our friends, Doris, Terry's mom, and catch-up phone calls to Shawn, his sister. I watched him slowly disappear to Alzheimer's and as the years went by very quickly he was gone. It was painful to watch a good man disappear to such a dreadful disease. I hope for a cure so this doesn't happen to another human being. Terry was a kind-hearted man and I shall never forget him. God bless...

Terry was my stepbrother. I was 6 and he was 10 when our parents married. Then came Dan and Mike. Terry was a sweet boy and man, humble, and well loved. He spent every holiday with us, playing guitar and jamming with his younger brothers. May God bless his sweet soul .

Its always hard to lose those we love....
With caring thoughts, Renee

I haven't seen Terry in many years but have thought of him often. Terry was always a regular at our house for Sunday dinners back in the early 70's. In fact my mother would ask is Terry going to be coming to dinner tonight and was know to hold dinner off until he got there. Rest In Peace my old friend!!!
Sammie Maury.

I am sorry to hear this. We called him TV Ray and he spent many hours at our home eating Mom's food. That was many years ago and he was never forgotten. Peace be with everyone who loved him!

Terry was a wonderful friend and a partner in our high school group of fishermen, hunters and poker players. His humor and good nature were the qualities I remember best about him. RIP my friend.