June 8, 1967 ~ May 15, 2016

Born in: Sidney, NE,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Kenneth Cecil Ramos, 48, passed away May 15, 2016. Survived by daughter, Delaney Ramos; Monica; sister, Roseanne; aunt, Rachael; numerous cousins, family and friends. Preceded in death by his parents, Trinidad 'Woody' and Ruth Ramos; uncles, Sam Decker and Lalo Villa. He was a coach for Pueblo Azteca Softball. Ken loved his daughter, Delaney, with every ounce of his heart and enjoyed coaching her softball team and working out at the gym. His passion was baseball and his family. Ken was inducted into the Greater Pueblo Sports Hall of Fame and East High School Hall of Fame. He played professional baseball with the Houston Astros in 1997, and had a minor league career spanning ten years. Viewing, 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Service, 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 23, 2016, at Praise Assembly of God, 2000 Troy Ave. In lieu of food and flowers, contributions may be made to Delaney Ramos - GoFundMe.com or Minnequa Works Credit Union, 1549 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. This is such a tragedy so sad my heart, thoughts & prayers go out to Delaney. This young beautiful innocent young girl lost her father & step mother in an unspeakable way its hard for me to believe that Coach Ramos loved his daughter when he willingly took his wife’s life away & his own but I along with nobody has the right to judge anyone I hope & pray for Delaney this is sonething nobody especially a child should ever have to expiernce My dad knew & hired Coach Ramos at Central & this came as such a shock to him because those that knew him never thought he would do anything like this. My thoughts & prayers also go to his wife Lisa such a beautiful & caring person on the inside & out & taken from all those that loved her way to soon & in such a horrendous way. May God watch over & wrap his arms around all those effected by this

  2. I’m still processing all of this. It’s very hard to put into words what I feel about all of this. It seems surreal. Therefore, I’m going to just say that I will miss Kenny, my friend, my teammate and hope everyone involved will find peace.

  3. Our sincere condolences to the families of Kenny & Lisa. May you be able to find God\’s peace with terrible loss. Delaney if you decide to complete your softball career at CSU-Pueblo please stop by, I work in the Biology Department and will help in any way I can. Peace, prayers and Love my dear friends.
    Rick & Teri (Theresa)
    Jimenez

  4. So Sorry for your loss! I didn’t know Kenny personally but I knew of him, as he played baseball with my brother for several years and always seemed like such a Nice person, only God knows what goes through a person’s mind when a tragedy happens as this! Delaney I hope you find strength and prayer through this difficult time, God Bless you and you’re family! ! !

    Y Trujillo

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