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Jennifer Nicole Faraone Ramos was born on March 8, 1992, in Hollister, California, and was carried away with her unborn child on the wings of angels on March 24, 2022. Her husband and love of her life, Jason Ramos, was with Jennifer when she was called home. Jennifer is survived by her husband; her parents, Marlon and Kimberlee Faraone; her grandmother, Sheron Johnson; her four-legged babies, J.D. and Remington; and extensive family and friends. Jennifer was preceded in heaven by her little brother, Christopher, in 2000, and her grandfather, Bob Johnson, in 2012, both of whom remained loving and constant influences in her life.
Jennifer attended Sacred Heart Parish School through fifth grade, Rancho San Justo Middle School through eighth grade, and was graduated from San Benito High School. She studied early childhood development at Cabrillo Community College and worked as a nanny and preschool teacher. Jennifer married her soul mate, on October 15, 2016, and they looked forward to raising a family in Idaho.
Jennifer loved children and, according to her mom, that “stupid cat.” She looked forward to being a mother with her whole heart. She ardently cared for animals, unwilling to let any be lost. Her pride and joy was a 1966 El Camino she restored with her grandpa, Bob. She was actively involved with Relay for Life of San Benito County for years, always helping to spearhead her family’s team in honor of Christopher and her grandpa. Jennifer was devoted to family, her favorite times spent with them enjoying car shows, wine tasting, quilting, scrapbooking, taking cruises, camping, gardening, and just being together to talk, laugh, cry, hug. Jennifer loved mismatched socks, but was insistent that whatever she wore, Jason’s wardrobe was complementary. She preferred barefoot to flipflops and wore cowboy boots for special occasions.
Jennifer was a bright star who lightened the hearts of all who knew her. Though our hearts are heavy now with her absence, she is but a prayer away. Man’s breath is a mist and we will be reunited the blink of an eye. We treasure the friends and family of our precious wife, daughter, and granddaughter and thank you for being a part of her life.
“Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” ~ Matthew 19:14
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