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Jesse Ramirez


Age 58 years, lifelong resident of Riverside County. Entered Into Eternal Rest during the late evening hours of Thursday, April 23, 2020 after declining health and hospitalization. He was born on July 30, 1961, in Corona, California, the beloved son to his parents Ruben and Nicolasa (Herrera) Ramirez. Following high school, Jesse proudly served his Country by enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. Upon his Honorable Discharge as a Lance Corporal, Jesse married the love of his life, Irma Ronquillo, on September 21, 1985. Jesse, served and retired from the California Department of Corrections, and led a successful Real Estate business for over 13 years. Jesse was a founding member, and past president of the Veterans Housing Alliance, a nonprofit group assisting Veterans realize the dream of homeownership. Mr. Ramirez was also a founding member of Amor Ministries, what is now known as Covenant Life Christian Fellowship. Together with his wife Irma, the Ramirez family were faithful parishioners of Covenant Life Christian Fellowship located in downtown Corona at the historic Corona theater.  He is survived by his adored wife Irma; children: Israelle, Emmanuel, Jessica & Jesse, as well as countless others who knew and loved him. He will forever be missed.


Burial will be held at Crestlawn Memorial Park in Riverside, CA.


  • Patrick M Perez Posted May 7, 2020 11:16 am

    Dear Ramirez Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss.

  • Patricia Herrera Posted May 7, 2020 4:01 pm

    My earliest memories of Jesse is when my cousins moves near us in El Cerrito. He always had his bb gun near by and I could have sworn he took it everywhere he went. As life went on and he became a realtor, he sold me my house. It was a long process and he was always calling me to send him this and that. He was patient with me during the process cause I was not patient. Finally, he called to say it’s time to pick up the keys. Afterward, I was a little sad cause he wasn’t me anymore..haha. I will not forget his energy when the family would prepare for New Years Day. So many more memories I have had with Jesse. Rest easy Jesse.

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