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January 24, 1965 ~ September 14, 2022 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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Mrs. Mia T. Ramos, 57, passed away peacefully, at Upstate University Hospital, Wednesday, September 14, 2022.
Mia was born in Huntington, West Virginia, January 24, 1965, a daughter of the late Victor and Bonnie (Finley) Rios. The family later relocated to Utica, where Mia was raised and educated. At one time, Mia was joined in marriage to Hector Ramos and from that union came their two children. She was known for always having a happy and bubbly personality, who enjoyed being around family and cared for all children, as if they were her own. She had a special bond with her sister, Marie (Juanita) and best friend, Gina and her son, Jason.
She is survived by her children, Lateisha and Dai-Quan Spight, and Hector Jr. and Crystal Ramos; grandchildren, Malachi, Jai-Vaun, Maliya, Enjoli, La’Daia, Melinda, Mia, Hector III, Donna, Gabriel, Ra’Narah, Christian, Genesis, Peachie, Rafeal Jr., Leo, Tiny, Bonnie, Zachary Jr., and ZyZy; sister, Juanita Durodoye; nephews Rafeal Finley and Zachary Durodoye; very special niece, Racheal Durodoye; Godchildren, Matt and Nena; cousins, Debbie, Shonna, Trish, Phil, and Don; and many other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Mia was predeceased by her biological father, Feliciano Aldaco; grandparents, Phil and Juanita Finley; and aunt, Sandy.
There will be a visitation for Mia, Tuesday September 20th, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., at The Matt Funeral Home, 700 Rutger St., corner of Mohawk and Rutger St., Utica. Her Celebration of Life will begin at 11:30 a.m., at the conclusion of visitation, with Rev. Thomas Servatius, officiating.
The family would like to offer their gratitude to Mia’s niece, Racheal and sister-in-law, Alicia, for their care, compassion, and strength, during their time of need.