Kaleena “Krazy K” Nicole Ramos of Alpine entered eternal life and the hearts of her friends and family on Sunday, July 1, 2018 in Lubbock surrounded by her loving family. She was 30.

Kaleena was born March 10, 1988 in Alpine to David Ramos and Deena Acosta.

She was a graduate of Horizon High School in El Paso and was an avid golfer. She had a larger than life personality that could light up a room and bring a smile to anyone who met her.

Praying of the Most Holy Rosary was recited on Saturday, July 7 at Kokernot Field Stadium with Mrs. Rosela Salmon reciting the Rosary. Mass of Christian Burial was held on Sunday, July 8 at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, with Father Beto Lopez serving as Celebrant. A golf cart and motorcycle procession followed to Holy Angels Cemetery.

Those offering one loving act of kindness by serving as pallbearers were Dotchi, Bubba Jones, Papacheeto, Pichirilo, BGSA: Mo$, Black Dog, Beaver, Sledge, and Fuller. Honorary pallbearers included Kid Sis, Pumpkin and Yvette.

“Krazy K,” as her family and friends called her, loved life and loved her family and friends. She never met a stranger, and if she did, she would win them over with her charm and beautiful smile. Although she worked different jobs, she truly enjoyed playing golf. Not a day went by that she wasn’t on the golf course enjoying a round or two with family and friends. Krazy K loved to cook and grill. On Sundays, she would make pancakes and enjoy the time with her family. Her favorite holiday of the year was July 4th in which she enjoyed lighting fireworks and pushing the limit.

She was a very humble person; however, she would enjoy a selfie or two to entertain others on social media. She was an avid Texas Rangers fan and enjoyed cheering on the Dallas Cowboys. She also coached the Sul Ross State University tennis team. She loved cars, motorcycles, as well as driving her beloved golf cart all over Alpine.

Kaleena is preceded in death by her grandparents, Carlos Ramos Sr., Elvira “Yaya” Ramos and Uncle Carlos Ramos Jr.

Those left to cherish and honor the glorious memory of “Krazy K” are her parents, David Ramos and Deena Acosta; her sister, Isyss Acosta; a half-brother, Andre Barling; her grandmother, Carmen Acosta; and grandfather, Tony Acosta; her aunts, Dorothy Acosta, Antoniette Ramos, and husband Sammy Ramos Sr.; uncles, Rudy Ramos, Willy Ramos and wife Flora; cousins, Sammy Ramos Jr., Derek Ramos, Jenica Ramos, Audrey Iniguez, Joey Iniguez, Keanna Valenzuela, Ariana Valenzuela, Bianca Ramos, J.C. Ramos, Rebecca Ramos, Rudy Ramos Jr., Robert Ramos, Eliana Ramos, Ervay Ramos, Joe Albert Ramos, Chriselda Tierra Blanca, Emiliano Valenzuela, Annika Cobos, and Aiyana “Boogie” Hearon, as well as many other cousins, great aunts, uncles and beloved friends.

She is further survived by her beloved fur babies, Gema and Bones, who will miss her dearly.

Arrangements for Kaleena N. Ramos was entrusted to Alpine Memorial Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left at: www.alpinememorialfuneralhome.

The Big Bend Sentinel

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