Funeral services for Richard (Nummy)
Ramie, age 70, of Ormond Beach, Fl and Ogdensburg, NY, will be held on (Friday,
July 31, 2009) at Notre Dame Church at 10:00 a.m. with Rev. F. James Shurtleff
officiating. Burial will take place in
Florida. Calling hours will be held on Thursday, July 30, 2009 at Frary
Funeral Home from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Mr.
Ramie passed away July 27, 2009 on at Fletcher-Allen Hospital.
Mr. Ramie is survived by his wife,
Patsy, one son, Marc Ramie of Ormond Beach, FL; two daughters, Sheila of Ormond
Beach, FL and Michele Ramie of Orlando, FL; three stepchildren, Andrew and his
wife Laurie Sargent of Ogdensburg, Diana Rearick and husband Jeff of Indian
Trail, NC and April and husband Laurence
Silverstein of Philadelphia, PA; two sisters, Agnes Boyer and her husband
Bernard of Ogdensburg, NY and Helen and husband Edward Hackett of Ogdensburg,
NY and Hobe Sound, FL; two brothers, Paul Ramie of Ogdensburg, NY and Donald
and his wife, Kathy, of Ogdensburg, NY and three grandchildren, Christine,
Amanda & Patrick; two great grandchildren, Joshua and LanaLee and numerous
nieces and nephews; step grandchildren, Jessie, Sam & Noelle Sargent, Rhye,
Devon, & Skyler Thomas, Andrew and Dallas Walters.
He was predeceased by his first
wife, Patricia (Cameron) Ramie and his sister, Mary Elizabeth Sansoucy.
Mr. Ramie was born on June 4, 1939
in Ogdensburg, NY, the son of Emile and Dorothy (LeBeau) Ramie. He graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in
1957. He attended Syracuse University.
Mr. Ramie first married Patricia Cameron in November 13, 1965 at Notre Dame
Church in Ogdensburg by Father Joseph Gagnier. Mrs. Ramie passed away in February of 1992. He married Pat Sargent in January 10, 1998 at
Notre Dame Church in Ogdensburg by Rev. Mickey Demo.
Mr. Ramie moved from Syracuse, NY
where he resided for a number of years to Ormond Beach, Fl in 1985. Mr. Ramie was employed for many years at
Niagara Mohawk in Ogdensburg and Syracuse. Mr. Ramie was very involved in the Niagara Mohawk Union and at one time
served as president.
He enjoyed golf, traveling, playing
softball and spending time with his family and his numerous friends. He
belonged to a senior softball league as well as a senior golf league in Florida. Mr. Ramie was well known for his generosity
and the food for poor program which built many homes in the third world
In Lui of flowers, donations may be made in his
memory to Food for the Poor in care of Andre Montarero at 114 Bonita Place,
Ormond, Beach 32174.