Miguel A. Ramos Jr.
1964 - 2021
It is with great sorrow the family of "Mike" Miguel A. Ramos Jr. of Lakewood, CA announces his passing due to COVID-19 at age 56, going to his eternal rest on Friday, February 26, 2021. Mike was born in 1964 in Oahu, Hawaii to Miguel Sr. & Norma Ramos. He was preceded in death by his father. Mike lived and attended school in San Antonio, Texas. He later moved to California where he met and married his wife, Adele M. Antico in 1987 at Crystal Cove, Laguna Beach, CA. They had one child, Mellissa Eloise and have lived in Lakewood, CA since 1993.
He was a loving husband, super dad, stepfather, and father-in-law, who is missed beyond measure for his unconditional love, his quiet faith in God, his steady calm, and his quirky sense of humor that often sent us into unexpected fits of laughter. Mike loved his family, his 3 cats, driving-period, hunting with his daughter for the "best coffee & donuts ever" as well as meandering with us through local farmers & flea markets. He was an avid car show attendee and Corvair guy, belonging to the Orange County Corvair Club, where he will be missed by friends. We thank God for the short time we were blessed to have with him.

Employed in the field of Aviation for over 35 years with 22 years at Panasonic Avionics Corp., Lake Forest, CA, as Sr. Quality Manager-TQM, where he is greatly missed by coworkers and many friends. We have been blessed by the love, prayers and support from family, friends including the P.A.C., L.F. family.

He is survived by his wife of 34 years Adele, daughter, Mellissa; CA, stepson, Matthew Antico & wife Rhiannon; NY, mother, Norma Ramos, brother, Albert Ramos, sisters: Lillian Ramos and Marisol Martinez & husband Rudy and niece Samantha Cuellar; TX.

We thank the heroes at LBMC-MC who cared for him as he fought for his life for 109 days. His remains were attended to by Natural Grace Funeral Home, Palos Verde, CA and due to Covid, there was no funeral. A "Celebration of Life" is tentatively scheduled for June 2021.

Published by Gazette Newspapers from Apr. 15 to Apr. 16, 2021.
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