Christel Pauline Ramon

Christel Pauline Ramon
Christel Pauline Ramon

Christel Pauline Ramon, 45, of Amarillo, TX passed away October 31, 2020.

Services will be at 2:00 P.M., Thursday, November 5, 2020, at Hillside Christian Church, West Campus. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Christel Pauline Ramon, forever known as Chrissy. Born on January 4, 1975, to Danny and Debbie Stark in Amarillo, TX. A graduate of Palo Duro class of 1993. She met her future husband in December of 1991, that next December he had asked her to marry him. They were married on August 6, 1994, at Pleasant Valley Christian Church by Pastor Jerry Davey.

Chrissy became a mother to her first child in March of 2000. Kaden has become an amazing man, full of love that was taught to him by his loving mother. Chrissy’s second child came in May of 2002. Meg has become a beautiful young lady full of poise and elegance that was taught to her by her beautiful mother.

When Chrissy would walk into a room, that room would become so much brighter because of her smile.

Her smile is what everyone will remember. Chrissy had such a beautiful personality; everyone was drawn to her. She made you feel like you were the only one there. She loved everyone and you could feel it from her.

Chrissy was preceded in death by her grandparents, Gerald Stark, and Lesley and Pauline Hine; and her mother-in-law, Chyrl Ramon.

Survivors include her husband, Pepper Ramon, of Amarillo, TX; son, Kaden Ramon, of Amarillo, TX; daughter, Megan Ramon, of Amarillo, TX; parents, Danny and Debbie Stark; and brother, David Stark.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M., Wednesday, November 4, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.

13 Replies to “Christel Pauline Ramon”

  1. Chrissy you were always smiling! I am so saddened by your passing, but I know you are in a beautiful place no pain , sickness or worries. To all of her family sending prayers for peace and comfort during this difficult time. Hugs Debbie.

  2. Oh Pep, so so sorry for you guys. She was amazing. Although we didn’t get to talk or hang out often after AQHA, I still consider her and you guys as family. God will surround you guys with the peace that only HE can provide. I know she will continue to shine on you guys from heaven. The Guerra’s. Shelly

  3. Chrissy was a sweetheart and it is unbelievable that she has passed so young. My prayers are with you all. May God be with you during this time and always.

  4. Beautiful worded, Pepper. We are so sorry for your great loss. We have lost an Angel here among us, and it has been Heaven’s gain.
    This world will be a little less bright without her.

    We are lifting you, Kaden, and Megan and your family up in our prayers. As long as God allows us, we will be here to support you and your family with love and care.

    There are no words to express our sorrow. With greatest sympathy and love. Liz and Glenn Lowe

  5. Our Chrissy was an angel here on earth.
    A blessing to every life she touched.
    A wonderful wife,mother,daughter, sister,
    grand daughter, niece, cousin and friend.
    She offered hope and encouragement to everyone she knew.
    I was so blessed to have you as my niece.
    I will miss you my sweet girl.

  6. Well when Fred and I met and first went to your parents house, we where just dating … and he was so clearly crazy about this burst of energy of a little girl named Chrissy! I think you were maybe 3 yrs old or so . His love of you and seeing the way he played with you may have determined his marriage material skills in my eyes. That is a true story! From all I have read of you through the comments since you’re trip to heaven , I think you must have influenced a lot of people with your smile and love and energy ! So even tho we have missed a lot of personal time with you since you had grown up, they say a persons mark on this world can be seen thru their love of family and friends and their good works…… it seems you made your mark here on this earth … so now your assignment grows bigger in heaven. Go in peace sweet girl knowing that as hard as it was to see you depart so young, that you did not leave anything undone here , and you go ahead to hold those doors for your loved ones whom you will greet one by one as they arrive to glory. Danny and Debbie … as hard as it is for her to go first, I pray for your peace and your pride knowing God gave you both that work of art that became a spiritual blessing to so many and you did exactly what he instructed you to do as parents as evident in her good works. To Pepper and children I say how blessed you were to have this lantern of love and light for a time in your lives daily, try and gain strength thru your sorrow because as a mother and wife, she would never want you grieving over a journey we all will make. Her strength and love will see you through from above until you meet again in a place where all questions and doubts are answered in a heartbeat. With sincere condolences, Fred and Karen Kemp.

  7. Chrissy was a very sweet loving soul. She was also almost my birthday twin. I’m 1 day older. We have known each other since elementary school. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are going out to the family during this difficult time.

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