Jennifer Ramirez

Jennifer Lynn Ramirez

May 2, 1969 - September 23, 2017

Jennifer Lynn Gaylord-Ramirez, age 48, of Frisco, Texas passed away on September 23,2017. She was born on May 2, 1969 in Washington, DC to Emily (Swagart) and William D. Gaylord. On November 30, 1991, Jennifer married Israel Jacob Ramirez in San Antonio, Texas. She was a Registered Nurse and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science/Bio-Chemistry from The University of the Incarnate Word.

Jennifer is survived by her husband of 25 years, Jake Ramirez of Frisco; daughter, Alexis Dakota Ramirez-Bibby and her husband, Ryan of San Antonio; parents, Emily and William Gaylord; grandmother, Eftehia Swagart; two sisters, Victoria Elizabeth Mittun and her husband, Michael and Jacqueline Marie Dee and her husband, Donnie; brother, Christopher Alan Gaylord; many nieces and nephews.

Jennifer is preceded in death by her brother, William Deming Gaylord, Jr.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Paul the Apostle Parish, 201 Dalton Circle, Horseshoe Bay, Texas 78657, on Saturday, November 18, 2017 beginning at 11:00 AM.
 
Don't blink
Just like that you're six years old and you take a nap and you
Wake up and you're forty-eight and your college sweetheart becomes your wife
Don't blink
You just might miss your baby growing like mine did
Turning into a bride next thing you know your "better half"
Of twenty five years is there in bed
And you're praying God takes you instead
Trust me friend the years go faster than you think
So don't blink

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Sending lots of love and prayers during this difficult time. Jenn is now sheltered in the arms of God and enjoying life with no pain. We love you and pray a spirit of peace and comfort over you. Nicole, October 5, 2017 I'll miss you Jennifer. I know I didn't really get to see you very often, but the times I did, you've always been so sweet to me. I can't ever remember a bad memory with you. You raised a hell of a daughter as well, whom I've had the opportunity of becoming closer friends with over the past few years. And I'm happy you had a strong husband like Jake, who always stood by your side, never wavering. While I'm going to miss you, it gives me comfort to know that you're in a better place right now & im quite sure you'll always be keeping an eye out on your family there in heaven. Thank you once again, Jenn, for being the amazingly nice person you were while you were with us here on earth. Sarah Ramirez, October 5, 2017