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Jose Andres Ramirez
April 12, 1972 ~ November 3, 2023 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Jose Ramirez Obituary
Jose Andres “Andy” Ramirez was born on April 12, 1972 in Fort Worth (Tarrant County), Texas, to Eliseo Ramirez and Orelia Sanchez Ramirez of Harlingen, Texas. Andy passed away on November 3rd, 2023, in Dallas, Texas at the age of 51.
Andy grew up in Haltom City, Texas, with his older brother, Oscar, and graduated from Haltom City High School. He was a photographer and artist. Andy would create sculptures with discarded junk, photograph them, and print them on large canvas to create a dystopian theme. Andy once had an exhibition of his art at a gallery in downtown Dallas and was featured in an article by the late Joel Weinstein of the Mississippi Mud publication. He had been interested in art, design and photography since childhood and studied photography/multimedia at the Art Institute of Dallas. Andy worked professionally in desktop publishing and electronic media as a production artist and graphic designer familiar with high-end retail and corporate branding. He was awarded a PIA Graphex award in 2019. He was last employed by TRAXXAS Headquarters in McKinney, Texas.
Andy enjoyed using his Apple computers and devices, listening to indie/alternative music, watching movies and sports on TV, and collecting comic book character figurines.
Andy had a great sense of humor and was enjoyable to have as a dinner guest. Andy associated with the hipster lifestyle and enjoyed his cool cat companions. A friend once gave him her cat, named Ed. After Ed died, Andy adopted Lola, and finally Fish.
Andy is preceded in death by his father, Eliseo Ramirez.
Andy is survived by his mother, Orelia, and his older brother, Oscar Ramirez. He leaves behind a few aunts and uncles and several cousins.
No service is planned at this time.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation in Jose Andres Ramirez' name to Faith Presbyterian Hospice.