Charles Alan Ramsey


Charles Alan Ramsey, 62, passed away at Providence Hospital in Waco on Sunday January 24, 2021 due to COVID-19 and MRSA Infection in his lungs.

 Service Information:

A memorial is being planned in the near future at Minneola TX.

Alan was born in Corpus Christi, TX to Charles Alfred Ramsey and Mary Ann Green Ramsey. He graduated from Seguin High School and went on to work construction and get his license to operate cranes.

Alan’s most loved job was Rodeo. He began in Junior High going to Larry Mahan’s Rodeo School where he broke his 1st bone with many many more to follow. He then went on to find his niche in Rodeo being the Bareback Broncs. He ended up going pro in the IRA. Many buckles were won along the way but his most treasured was the 1980 IFR BAREBACK CHAMPIONSHIP

We want to thank ALL the Doctors and Nurses at Providence for all they had to do in taking care of our brother during that week he was taken in for care. We know they had to work around the clock taking care of him because we were awake waiting phone calls around the clock. We appreciate them more than they will ever know

Alan is preceded in death by his parents, Charles Alfred Ramsey and Mary Ann Green Ramsey.

Alan leaves behind sons, Cody Ramsey and Miles Ramsey; grandson, Jackson Ramsey; sisters, Sharon Raabe and husband, Jerry and Bessie Sikes and husband, Don; nieces, Sharla Malone, Shellie Elliott husband, Jeremy, and Donna Ronquillo and husband, Jeff; nephew, Brannon and wife, Jennifer; and loving friend, Pam Moriarty.


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  1. Prayers for all of Alan’s family. A good friend from years ago, I was hoping to visit with him again.

  2. Prayers for everyone close to him, was planning a trip to see him due to out of state working couldn’t get over there, going to attend memorial services someone please send me information on memorial I don’t want to miss it.

  3. Would love to attend funeral services, could someone contact me address of memorial, can be reached at 2812541366. TIA

  4. Wishing all of Alan’s family peace during this time, esp., sons Miles and Cody. I pray the two of you get to meet one another and perhaps become more than just blood related. Loss can create entirely new beginnings and bonds. I pray my nephew Miles, who never got to meet Alan, can know him through all of you. Please provide details of this memorial service as soon as it becomes available to do so. My condolences to each and every one you. God bless.

  5. “My heart goes out to Bessie and Sharon .and their families. I know how much they loved and cared for their brother.. His spirit lives on through his amazing art that brought happiness to so many. I believe if heaven has rodeos, Alan will be the first cowboy behind the shoots, in his white starched shirt, ostrich boots and spurs. I know he will still look at you , tip his hat and smile that smile that you could never forget. I would like the attend and contribute funds for the memorial service.”

  6. ALAN & I spent 24 yrs together, I will miss & love him until day we see each other again. I went to many rodeos with him and was so proud of him. R.I.P. my sweetheart, I love you ♥️

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