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FREDDY BODO RAMMOSER, 47, of Moreno Valley, California, passed away March 23, 2014 in Chino, California, of undetermined causes. Disposition has been completed and a Memorial Service will be scheduled in June 2014 to celebrate his life. Future details of the event will be made available by contacting the family or the Facebook group page below. Freddy was born in CA, having been raised in both the north and south of the state. By his 15th year the family returned to Moreno Valley where he remained. The youngest son of five children, he was dedicated to caring for his mother after his father had passed. Living closest, he visited her often, to say hello or to do the things she could no longer do herself. Selfless in most every way, as those who knew him can attest., caring always for the needs of others rather than his own. Attending technical school after high school and a short term in the Air Force, his love for electronics and especially computers, led him to the vocation he chose. In his most recent employ with HP as an "on the road trouble shooter" he met the needs of clients, as well. Always there to lend a helping hand, to give whenever he was able, in work, as in life, the memory of the acts of his heart, will live on. He was a beloved son born to Adelheid Ojeda and Otto Rammoser on February 20, 1967 and upon the passing of his biological father, he gained a second father in Ralph Ojeda. Freddy was preceded in death by both of his fathers, Otto L. Rammoser and Ralph R. Ojeda and his nephew Wyatt Waggener. He is survived by his mother, Adelheid Ojeda; his sister, Monika Hardy and husband, Brad Hardy, residing in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, with their children and grandchildren; his sister, Evy Mason and husband David Mason, residing in Central Point, Oregon, along with their children and grandchildren; his brother, Robert Rammoser and wife, Tammy Rammoser, residing in Guyton, Georgia, with their children; his sister, Heidi Waggener and husband, Steve Waggener, residing in Victorville, California, with their children; his Aunt, Rosemarie Heck, his Uncle, Gerald Heck and his cousins Cornelia and Gerald Heck Jr. of Moreno Valley, his second brother, Kurt Dye, with his family, of Fullerton, California and the Curtin family, along with many dear family and friends. Freddy's life made an impact on many. With his passing, the legacy of his heart will live on in the lives of those he touched. Thoughts and prayers are appreciated. Facebook Group Page:"Remembering Freddy" available for contact information & condolence address. Email: [email protected]


Published in Press-Enterprise on Apr. 20, 2014
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