Alberto Ramos
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Services were this week for Alberto Ramos, 92, a Tracy resident since 1980, who died June 12 in Manteca.

Mr. Ramos, a native of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, was born July 12, 1921. He lived in Oakland for many years, working 35 years for the Owens-Illinois glass company, and then moved to Tracy in retirement. He attended St. Bernard’s Catholic Church in Tracy and St. Jarlath’s and St. Anthony’s Catholic churches in Oakland and Manteca.

Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Mary Ramos of Tracy; nine children, Michael Ramos, and his wife, Concha, of Stockton, Carmen Ramos of Oakland, Armando “Pepe” Ramos, and his wife, Lourdes, of Manteca, Linda Ramos of Tracy, Connie Ramos Trujillo, and her husband, Dennis, of Las Cruces, N.M., Mary Ramos of Tracy, Blanca Ramos Silva, and her husband, Armando, of Pleasanton, Victor Ramos, and his wife, Ana, of Lathrop and Eddie Ramos, and his wife, Tina “Chickie,” of Manteca; 18 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren.

Preceding him in death were two children, Albert Ramos Jr. and Catalina Ramos; five siblings; and his parents, Altagracia and Miguel Ramos.

Arrangements were handled by P.L. Fry & Son Funeral Home, 290 N. Union Road, in Manteca, and an online guest book can be viewed at Burial was in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road.

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