Landon Allen Ramm

1976-2015

Ramm, LandonLandon Allen Ramm 38, was born in Moore, Oklahoma on December 21, 1976, to William and Kathy Ramm. Landon Ramm is a precious son, a cherished husband, a beloved father and a loyal friend. To be involved in his life; was to be a part of his family. For those who have had the pleasure of meeting Landon have better lives because of it. He was passionate about his Family, his Billy Goats, his Bike and Monster Graphx of which he was a co-owner.

On June 20th, Landon married the love of his life, JayCee. It was the keystone of their relationship, to complete their family. The love for his wife and daughters was evident anytime they were together or the topic of conversation. Sophia and Willow are the light of his life. He is a proud father.

Landon will be missed and forever in our hearts.

Landon was preceded in death by his father William Ramm and brother-in-law Matthew LeBeau and is survived by his wife JayCee Ramm, his mother Kathy Ramm, his two beautiful daughters Sophia and Willow Ramm.

Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 11, 2015 at Memorial Road Church of Christ with interment to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.

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  1. Landon will be missed. He was really a great young man. Not only was he big in height but his heart was to match. I will remember him always waving and honking when he went by our house on his way to his mom and dad house. I loved it when he would stop at Thanksgiving or Christmas and get a little snack. He watched over Jennifer many times in their friendship. He is gone to soon, he had a lot to still give and love. Kathy I can not express enough the loss you are going through. Our prayers and thoughts even though we are many miles away now are with you.

  2. I was saddened to hear of Landon’s passing as I only learned this news only a few days ago! Landon was an incredibly talented young man that set the bar very high with his Monster Graphx business. I first met him during his days at Fast Signs in Edmond where I first recognized that not only did I want to conduct business with him, I also considered him as a friend. He truly exemplified someone who had tremendous vision and was focused in his craft, he was the very best at what he did – no matter what it was; furthermore. I appreciate those rare moments when we shared those little moments to drop our guards and talk about our personal lives (other than business), laugh at whatever it was at that moment, and connect on a personal level. Those were the most important moments that mattered. Life is fleeting and each of us are blessed to have known Landon. God bless his family and close friends, he touched many lives in a wonderful way and he will be truly missed…

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