Leandra Magana Ramos
Posted on 4/9/2018 7:49:00 AM.
Our beloved mother, wife and grandmother, Leandra Magana Ramos, went to be with the Lord with her husband and children by her side, on the morning of Monday, March 26, 2018 at the age of 59. She was born in Seguin, Texas on August 5, 1958 to the late Eleberto and Angelina Magana. Juan Magana, mother-in-law Adelfa Ramos and father-in-law Jose Ramos, Jr. Survivors include her husband of over 34 years, Jose A. Ramos, sons, Roland Morales JR and wife Maryjane, Peter Morales and wife Valerie, Paul A. Morales and wife Vanessa, and Clyde A. Morales and wife Ashely, stepson Ben Ramos, stepdaughter Mandy Rios; 21 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, siblings Eleberto Magana, Jr., and wife Dora, Trinidad Magana and wife Olga, Mary Salas and Ray, Albino Magana and Janie Salas, Domingo Mangana and wife Sue Ann, Delia Morales and late husband Tony, Yolanda Mendoza and husband Woody, Alicia Magana, Bobby Magana and Josie Rodriguez. She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Leandra will be tremendously missed by those that knew and loved her. Leandra’s favorite past times was listening to her favorite Tejano singer Joe Lopez y grupo Mazz, dancing, views of the ocean, red roses, cool weather, watching Lifetime movies, coloring, crossword puzzles, knit by numbers, cleaning house, spending time with her husband, her grandchildren, her boys who were her heart and soul, her little ones (dogs) and friends especially the SSB. Family and friends may gather at Palmer Mortuary Chapel on Saturday, April 14, 2018 starting at 8:00 a.m., in anticipation to travel in formal procession for a Memorial Mass to be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church at 10:30 a.m., with an Inurnment will follow at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Cemetery.

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