Cynthia Ramirez

January 30, 1956 - March 31, 2021

Cynthia Ramirez, 65, of Beaumont, died Wednesday, March 31, 2021. She was born on January 30, 1956, in Port Arthur, to Anita Marie Rodriguez and Manuel Menchaca. 

Cynthia enjoyed cooking, soap operas, crime tv, and was a DIE HARD Dallas Cowboys and Astros fan. She was the best mom and grandmother and always put others first. She was a great wife, friend, sister, and daughter. Her laugh was addicting, and she loved unconditionally. Cynthia was at every event possible for her children. She was always the first to let them know she was proud of them and was always there for them, no matter what. 

Survivors include her husband, David Ramirez; mother, Anita Menchaca; son, Manuel Menchaca; daughter, Jessica Sanchez; sons, Carlos Rodriguez and Angel Rodriguez; stepdaughter, Vicki Ramirez; stepson, David Harmon; sisters, Alma Lopez, Maria Menchaca, and Belinda Menchaca; grandchildren, Manuel Menchaca, Jr., Raymundo Menchaca, Royce Menchaca, Zoe Sanchez, Cruz Sanchez, Carlos Rodriguez, Jr., Jesus Rodriguez, Isabella Rodriguez, Isaac Rodriguez, Jazmine Escamilla, Adrian Escamilla, Angelica Aviles, Triston Rodriguez, Olivia Rodriguez, Isaiah Ramirez, Marcus Williams, Tianna Taylor, Kyla Harmon, Sunshine Harmon, and Bella Harmon; brothers-in-law, Fred Ramirez, Abel Ramirez, Danny Lopez, Sr., and Paul Lona; sisters-in-law, Elpidia Lujan, Adela Morales, Martha Canaba, and Letty Murphy; son-in-law, Willie Sanchez; and daughters-in-law, Myrna Menchaca, Melissa Aviles, Melissa Rodriguez, and Allisha Harmon. 

Her Rosary will be recited at 6:00 p.m., with a gathering of Mrs. Ramirez’s family and friends to follow until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, April 8, 2021, at Broussard’s, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Friday, April 9, 2021, at St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica, 700 Jefferson Street, Beaumont, with her interment to follow at Live Oak Cemetery, Beaumont. 

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Melissa Zambrano

Tia Cynthia, you have touched so many lives. You were a wonderful daughter, a devoted sister, a caring friend, a loving wife and mother and a go to Aunt. I will miss your smile. Love The Zambrano Family.

Pattie

I have known Cynthia for over 40 years. Such a kind hearted lady. Fly high sweetie you now have your wings., we will all meet again. God's blessings to all Menchaca, Rodriguez and Ramirez family members.. Jesus said, peace be still and there was calmness.

Janet Padilla-Sanchez

Jessica, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the memories you shared be of some comfort during this difficult time.

Pauline Subia

Cynthia was a beautiful person and will be missed by many.fly high sweet lady

Maggie Gonzales Fuentes

I am so sorry, I met her a long time ago. She was a loving person with a beautiful smile.. Always laughing. Prayers

Alexander & Victoria Gongora

Cynthia always had a sweet smile and a loving heart. Our deepest sympathy for her husband and familia. My sisters and parents knew Cynthia well. I still remember her and husband dancing skills at the Harvest Club. May God bless her familia in these times of need.