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RAMON JOHN ARAMBARRI

May 5, 1959 — May 12, 2024

Evergreen, Colorado

Ramon John Arambarri, 65, residing in Evergreen Colorado, passed away suddenly, May 12, 2024.

Ramon was born in Boise Idaho on May 5, 1959.

Ramon graduated from Boise High School in 1977.  

Attended Boise State University graduated 1983, Cuma Sum Laude.

His profession was in Information Technologies, Database Administrator.

 

Ramon was currently employed at Peaks Wear/Training Peaks in Longmont Colorado.

Ramon had many hobbies and interests.  He played the violin, piano, and was a member of the band Dynasty.  Ramon participated in school sports.  Ramon was class vice president of his senior class of 1977.   He learned to drive at 14.  He helped on his uncle’s farm in Buhl ID.    At 17, he became NAUI certified and scuba-dived.  Later in life he took 2 diving trips to Cozumel, and dove in Monterey CA.  Ramon was a gear head and loved Mopars.  Lost count of the vehicles he owned.  He drag-raced and entered his cars in car shows, and won trophies.  Later in life he owned a Corvette, Lotus, and Mustang which he enjoyed.  Ramon was proud of his Spanish Basque and German heritage, sharing the family history.

Ramon enjoyed rock hounding.   He bought Marko’s Rock Shop in Boise and moved it to Apache Junction AZ.  He set up a business Apache Junction Gem and Lapidary.  As a family there were many fun rockhounding and fossil hunting trips.   

Other activities he enjoyed were motorcycle and dirtbike riding, fishing and hiking with his son Adam, and skiing.

Ramon is survived by his wife of 35 years, June Quinn, son Adam Arambarri, brother Carlos Arambarri, sister Heidi Arambarri-Daly, Bob Daly spouse, and nephews Inaki Ulrich and Alexander Daly.   Ramon’s parents precede him in death, mother Melba Lydia (Dannenfeldt) Arambarri, father Joseph Alexander Arambarri.   Ramon leaves behind many cousins, the Kasters, Liermans, Martens, Echevarria families and life-long friends.   

Ramon had said he didn’t want to wait until retirement to do things, because he didn’t think he would live past 50 years, due to family health history.  He took us along on his life adventures.  We were fortunate to be part of his life.  We will miss him for the rest of our days.

 

 

Services pending in Idaho.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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