Raymona "Ricki" Ramstetter (Como)

Born: Wed., Apr. 21, 1948
Died: Fri., Jun. 8, 2018

Celebration of Life

2:00 PM Sat., Jun. 23, 2018
Location: Como Civic Center

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Raymona “Ricki” Ramstetter, 70, of Como, Colorado passed away on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 in Como. She was born on April 21, 1948 in Bangor, Maine to Alex Joseph and Marcelle Messodi Kilanski. She married Jerry R. Ramstetter on April 14, 2003 in Victor, Colorado.

Ricki graduated from Dreux American High school in Paris, France and went on to become the postmistress of Como as well as an Art Gallery owner. She was a very active member of the Fairplay and Como communities and enjoyed history and art. She was the Como Civic Association and Como Bingo Treasurer, was on the Jefferson / Como Fire Protection Board and was a dedicated member of the Como Civic Association. Ricki was a successful business owner and was the founder of Buck Snort in Bailey, Colorado. She was a historian of Como and helped in the preservation of Como Schools.  She was dedicated to serving in her community and also received the True Pioneer Award for South Park.

Ricki is survived by her brother Alex (Jennifer) Kilanski of Lancaster, Virginia; nephews Matthew Kilanski of San Diego, California and Eric Kilanski of Chicago, Illinois; niece Allison Kilanski of Auckland, New Zealand; Sister Anne Gulley of Golden, Colorado; nephew Wesley Gulley of Golden and niece Jeannie Gulley of Golden; Sister Tracy Miller of Como; niece Katie Miller of Como and nephew Jesse Miller; great niece Hanna Saavedra of Como; great nephew Grady Miller of Como; step-son Ernest Ramstetter; granddaughter Tamara Carpenito and great granddaughters Habana and Isis Carpenito. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Jerry.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Como Civic Center in Como. A potluck reception will follow.

Donations may be made to ALS Association Rocky Mountain Chapter, 10855 Dover Street, Suite 500, Westminster, Colorado 80021, or at ALSACO.org in Ricki’s name. Flowers may be sent to the Como Post Office, 614 Broadway, Como, Colorado 80432.

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Laura Van Dusen
   Posted Thu June 21, 2018
I love Ricki. She was one of the first people I met in South Park and she taught me so much about the history of this place. A quick stop at the P.O. to get my mail often turned into an hour of great conversation. She fought ALS with determination, even with so many misdiagnoses. Rest in peace, Ricki. You will be remembered as a Como pioneer and historian.

Lauree Duncan
   Posted Fri June 22, 2018
SO, this amazing, creative and loving individual that was Ricki was so many things. To me, she was the compassionate wise woman who calmed my frantic family and saved my father’s life by administering oxygen and ensuring that the EMTS came quickly to Como when his heart gave way. I wish there had been more time to learn from this remarkable woman that Como and our family owe so much to.

Andrea and Hall Skeen
   Posted Wed July 04, 2018
We live in Denver and have a cabin in Santa Maria Ranch. We have been casual visitors to the Como Mountain Man Gallery. Ricki was the reason we would return over the many years we would drop by and catch up on what was happening in Como. Ff course, we would show grandkids the interesting pictures and more at the Gallery. I remember how she lovingly cared for her mother and then later her husband. She deserved her True Pioneer of South Park award.

Vicki Key
   Posted Tue July 17, 2018
On behalf of the alumni from Dreux American High School, our sincere condolences to Ricki's family. I had the opportunity to visit Ricki in Como on several occasions when we vacationed in Breckenridge. It was always fun to see her!

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