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Anchorage resident Andrew Ramondos, 56, died May 22, 2007, at Alaska Native Medical Center.
A visitation will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Evergreen Memorial Chapel ,with a service at 11 a.m. The Rev. John Zabinko will officiate. Burial will be at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery at 2:30 p.m.
Mr. Ramondos was born Dec. 1, 1950, in Clarks Point to Annie and George Ramondos. He graduated from high school and attended Haskell College for two years.
Mr. Ramondos was a commercial fisherman. He specialized in carpentry and was employed as a piledriver on various construction projects throughout Alaska. He was a retired member of Piledrivers Local Union 2520.
Mr. Ramondos was a member of St. Innocent Russian Orthodox Church. He liked to work crossword puzzles and enjoyed doing carpentry projects, which reflected his attention to detail, his family wrote.
"We were so blessed to have Andrew in our lives," they also wrote. "His kind and loving nature toward everyone will be remembered always. He will be especially missed by his loving family and friends and will be forever in our hearts."
He is survived by his sisters and brothers-in-law, Mary Ann and Paul Johnson of Palmer, Virginia and Vern Luckhurst of Anchorage, and Helen Ramondos and companion Walter Riley of Anchorage; nephews, George (Boya) Mitchell Ramondos of Clarks Point, Derek Edenshaw of Anchorage, and Thomas Johnson of Palmer; nieces, Christina Edenshaw of Anchorage and Gayla Woods of Dillingham; wife, Ethel M. Ramondos of Anchorage; children, George, Cassandra and Walter Ramondos of Anchorage; stepson, David Maillelle of Anchorage; aunt and uncle, Lisa and Don Rohaley of Anchorage; cousin, Marguerita Kartz and family of Dillingham; close friend, Saundra Mayes of Anchorage; and numerous relatives and friends in Alaska and Greece.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Barbara Ramondos.
Arrangements were with Evergreen Memorial Chapel
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