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Oct 01st
Home Sections Obituary-Memorial Park Marilou Ronquillo Ramos, R.N. (1950-2010)
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Saturday, 02 October 2010 17:53



(Journal Group Link International)


M arilou Ronquillo Ramos, born in Kalookan City, Philippines, and resident of Riverside, California, died of brain hemorrhage Monday (Sept. 27) at Loma Linda University Hospital in Loma Linda, California. She was 60.


Family members were at her bedside when she died.


She is survived by her husband, Dominador “June” Ramos and two sons, Joel and Jason Ramos.


A registered nurse for 38 years, Marilou Ramos is the third in a brood of ten children of Jose and Gertrudes Ronquillo.


Her parents moved the family to Agoo, La Union, where she attended elementary and high-school education. She earned her B.S. Nursing degree from St. Anne’s School of Nursing in Del Pan, Sta. Ana, Manila.


She immigrated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in 1972 and later relocated to the U.S. with her husband a year later.


She last worked at Corona Regional Medical Center in California for 22 years.


M emorial services will be held on Saturday, Oct. 2, and Sunday, Oct. 3, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Acheson & Graham Garden of Prayer Mortuary at 7944 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, California.


Funeral mass will be held on Monday, Oct. 4, at 11 a.m. at St. Thomas The Apostle Parish Church at 3774 Jackson St., Riverside.


Interment follows after a memorial mass at the Riverside National Cemetery at 22495 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside. A reception follows.  # # #


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