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Eric Brandon Ramos, 23 years-old, died on March 12th, 2019 at home. He was the son of Lazaro and Bridgid Ramos, and the brother of Cierra, Lazaro, and Marc.
He will be remembered for his high intelligence, knowledge of varying topics and interesting information, sarcasm, smart-ass comments, quick wit and dry sense of humor that we all know and love about him.
Eric played musical instruments starting with the tuba at Robert G. Cole High School and then moved on to playing the violin, piano, and the flute. Eric worked at NTBY Manufacturing. He also worked doing Sound Production and prop creation for Indie Films as well as beta programming and testing.
His interests and hobbies included: Red vs. Blue, Halo, reading Anime graphic novels, and attending Rooster Teeth in Austin, Texas. He avidly played Xbox 1 and PlayStation 4 video games. He enjoyed watching science-fiction movies and shows like Doctor Who and Anime. He also enjoyed drawing, writing, and helping others. He was involved in making Indi Videos and props with friends. He also loved playing with the all the family pets.
Eric believes in organ donation in order to help save the lives of others. He donated his corneas, skin, tissues from extremities, heart valves, arteries, and veins to be survived by others.
The memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 6th, 2019 at 11:00am located at Chapel Hill 7735 Gibbs Sprawl Road, Converse, Texas 78239, for questions please call 210-599-2035.
Eric’s favorite colors are red and black, and he believed in casual attire. Please feel free to come as you are, even with a dash of red and flip flops.
In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to:
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Make A Wish for Central and South Texas
Register to become an Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donor