Mary Constance “Mame” Ramos, 94, Bristol

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Mary Constance “Mame” Ramos, 94, of Creek Lane passed away on Oct. 3.

Born in Bristol, she was the daughter of the late Antonio Couto Ramos and Maria (Furtado) Ramos.

She was the aunt of Dr. Richard Ramos and William Ramos; the great-aunt of Jill Josephson, Nina Rose, Jon Ramos, Genevieve Ramos, Elaina Ramos, Alexander Ramos and Patrick Ramos. Mary was the sister of the late Dr. Anthony J. Ramos DMD and Manuel Ramos.

She was a graduate of Colt Memorial High School Class of 1937. She was the office manager for her brother Dr. Anthony J. Ramos DMD for 25 years and also worked for Fred Suzman Dry Goods for 10 years.

Mary was an active participant in several religious societies at St. Elizabeth Church for many years. She was a true native Bristolian in every sense, fiercely independent and living a long happy life of family, friends and travel. Though she had few contemporaries left, her friends and family will greatly miss her kindness, helpfulness, and sense of humor.

"God bless you, Auntie Mame."

Graveside services were held Oct. 7 in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Silver Creek Activities Fund 7 Creek Lane Bristol RI  02809.

Arrangements are by the George Lima Funeral Home. www.limafh.com.

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