July 2nd, 1932 - January 11th, 2019
Donald H. Ramsey, age 86 of Hamilton, passed away at Doverwood Health Care on Friday, January 11, 2019. Donald was born in Hamilton, Ohio on July 2, 1932 to Murray Ramsey and Grace Leibrock Ramsey. Don married Lois Dufficy on December 26, 1950 in Liberty, IN. Don worked at Champion Paper for 18 years and retired from Mosler Safe. He retired to Myrtle Beach South Carolina working at a campground until he was 83. Don returned to Hamilton in 2014.
Donald is survived by his wife of 68 years, Lois Ramsey; children, Craig (Pam) Ramsey, Cheryl (Donald) Vidourek, Teryl (Tim) Scharrer and Jackie (Jeff) Hausmann; grandchildren, Becky, Allison, Mathew, Meredith, Kyle, Lindsey, Seth, Brad and Christina; 19 great grandchildren; sister, Audrey South; son-in-law, Dick (Lois) Von Stein and a special nephew, Steve Goebel. Donald was preceded in death by his parents, Murray and Grace Ramsey; daughter, Kenda Von Stein; granddaughter, Regina Ramsey; siblings, Anne Sullivan, Jack Ramsey, Billy Ramsey; stepbrother, Jack Goebel.
A special thank you to Doverwood Villages and Hospice of Southwest Ohio for the care, support and concern.
Private services held at the convenience of the family.
|I will always have fond memories of working with Don at Mosler - Rest in Peace Don|
Dave and Nancy Meiser
|Lois and Family, Dave and I are so-o very sorry for your loss.Don was a wonderful man! dave and I were both hoping it wasn't our Don. Dave and I have thought about all of you over the years! We will always miss Don, and will never forget about him! How could you. Love you Lois and Family. Our prayers are with all of you. He's with Kenda now Lois!!! Love you all dearly, Nancy and Dave. P. S. Don was a great guy!!!!!!|
|Sorry for your loss, Gus|
Jeanie C. Williams
|Don Ramsey had a heart of gold and his sense of humor was contagious. I spent many hours of my childhood with Lois and Don and they were the kindest people I knew from my childhood ... helping our family without even being asked despite having their own large family to consider. The world is a lot less pleasant now that you've taken your exit. I pray for his lovely wife Lois Anne, and his grown kids. Always in my heart.|