Kevin Alexis Ramirez, age 37, beloved son of Jorge A. Ramirez and Eneida Ramirez, of Bridgeport has passed into the peaceful rest of the Lord on November 10, 2020 in St. Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport, CT; a lifelong Bridgeport resident, Kevin was a vibrant young man but one with a very quiet demeanor. A young man who was focused in obtaining his career in the Funeral Service Industry He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from Briarwood College and was working towards obtaining his licensure as a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer in the State of Connecticut. Unfortunately, God had other plans unbeknownst to anyone but included having him bask in the Presence of the Lord. Kevin enjoyed spending quality time with his family, and Girlfriend Jessie, and playing some good basketball which of course, due to his height, Kevin would have a competitive edge on some great shots. He was a loyal fan of the New York Yankees and Knicks. Other than basketball he simply enjoyed watching a great movie or program on TV. Although his life was short in comparison to others, there is a lifetime of memories he leaves behind and many good moments to cherish for years to come.
Besides his parents and girlfriend Kevin is survived by his dear grandmother Esperanza Garcia; his loving siblings Aldwin Ramirez (Monique Toran Martinez), Karitsa Ramirez and Jorge A., Ramirez Jr. (Jennifer); adoring nephews and nieces Julissa, Jayden, Melani, Talise and soon to arrive Jorge J. and a host of other relatives and Friends whom will sorely miss him.
Friends are invited to attend calling hours on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 from 10 AM- 12:30 PM at the Funeraria Luz de Paz, (Peaceful Light Funeral Home), 426 E. Washington Avenue, Bridgeport, CT followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Peter's Parish, 695 Colorado Avenue, Bridgeport, CT. Interment will take place in Mt. Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport, CT;
Please be advised that due to the current Corona Virus Pandemic the Health Department Regulations and the State of Connecticut have re implemented the status of Phase 2 for the protection and safety of all the residents of Connecticut. Therefore, During viewing times the ONLY ENTRANCE into the Funeral Home will take place through the rear entrance of the funeral home. The current permitted capacity inside the funeral home is a total of 43 persons and the remainder of the persons will remain outside in line down the back ramp of the firm. to enter the funeral home masks are ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED and under no circumstance will anyone be permitted inside the facility without a mask which Must remain on over your mouth an nose during the entire time you are inside the facility. When we reach capacity we will continuously make announcements requesting the persons whom are not immediate family to please continue heading outside allowing others inside to come in, pay respects, greet the family from afar (NO HUGGING AND /OR KISSING) then continue heading outside of the facility allowing others in line to also enter and do the same. We strive to make this a seamless process but of course, it is only with the full cooperation of everyone in attendance to follow instructions thus facilitating and making this process seamless and the least possible stressful to a family handling one of the most challenging times ever. We thank you in advance for everyone's full cooperation and remember safety is our #1 concern. your health and safety while in our facility is something that is not of a debatable or negotiable topic and therefore, we not only focus on everyone's safety but your entire well being by creating and maintaining a safe atmosphere but also disinfecting after each and every service time, our entire facility, even further providing UV light air filtration system on each floor. Again, safety and well being is not a negotiable topic and therefore we strictly abide not only by the regulations imposed but take it always a step above, because you deserve that and so much more.