Remembering Soldier Ray RamirezLoading
  • APTOPIX Casualty Return Afghanistan
    An Army carry team moves a transfer case containing the remains of Spc. Ray A. Ramirez Monday, June 3, 2013 at Dover Air Force Base, Del. According to the Department of Defense, Ramirez, 20, of Sacramento, Calif., died June 1, 2013 in Wardak province, Afghanistan of injuries sustained from an improvised explosive device.
    Steve Ruark | AP
  • Casualty Return Afghanistan
    An Air Force carry team moves a transfer case containing the remains of Army Spc. Ray A. Ramirez Monday, June 3, 2013 at Dover Air Force Base, Del. According to the Department of Defense, Ramirez, 20, of Sacramento, Calif., died June 1, 2013 in Wardak province, Afghanistan of injuries sustained from an improvised explosive device.
    Steve Ruark | AP
  • Casualty Return Afghanistan
    An Army carry team moves a transfer case containing the remains of Spc. Ray A. Ramirez Monday, June 3, 2013 at Dover Air Force Base, Del. According to the Department of Defense, Ramirez, 20, of Sacramento, Calif., died June 1, 2013 in Wardak province, Afghanistan of injuries sustained from an improvised explosive device.
    Steve Ruark | AP
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    A banner supporting the Ramirez family was prepared at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, before the vigil for Ray Ramirez. The fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Images of fallen Sacramento soldier Ray Ramirez are taped onto candles Wednesday night, June 5, 2013 to remember Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Children gather at the pitchers mound at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento to leave American flags and candles on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Family and friends gather in the infield at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Ismael Huizar hangs an American flag above the backstop at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, before the evening vigil for Ray Ramirez. The fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Banners to remember Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago were hung Wednesday night, June 5, 2013 before the evening vigil at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Jose Ramirez, with his wife Hope Aguirre by his side, was met by family and friends at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night, June 5, 2013 to remember Jose's son Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Jesus Loretto and Hope Aguirre place a trophy on pitchers mound near candles and American flags at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez. The fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Family and friends gather near pitchers mound lighting candles near photographs and trophies at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
  • Ramirez
    Family and friends gather in the infield at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Isidor Montoya bows his head during prayer with draped a American flag over his shoulder as he remembered his friend Ray Ramirez at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
  • Ramirez
    Family and friends gather near pitchers mound lighting candles near photographs and trophies at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Vigil for fallen Sacramento soldier Ray Ramirez at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamonds. Family and friends gather where Ramirez had been a Little League baseball player.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Melissa Huizar holds a red white and blue ballon close, as she with family and friends gathered in the infield at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
  • Ramirez
    Family and friends gather in the infield at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night June 5, 2013, for Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    (rt) Angelina Bueno, mother of fallen soldier Ray Ramirez holds hands with Hope Aguirre, Ray's step-mother as family and friends gathered at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night, June 5, 2013 to remember Ray Ramirez, the Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Family and friends took turns speaking, telling their favorite Ray Ramirez stories at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento on Wednesday night, June 5, 2013. A vigil to remember Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Aryanna Ramirez holds a candle with a photograph of her brother Ray close to her face during Wednesday evenings vigil at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento to remember Ray Ramirez. The fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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    Jose Ramirez, with his wife Hope Aguirre, and daughter Aryanna Ramirez by his side, hold one another following the Wednesday evening vigil at Tahoe Tallac Baseball Diamond in Sacramento to remember Jose's son Ray Ramirez, the fallen Sacramento soldier who was killed in Afghanistan a few days ago. Ray Ramirez played Little League baseball in his youth in Tahoe Park.
    Jose Luis Villegas | jvillegas@sacbee.com
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