Born:April 26, 1958

Passed Away:June 17, 2014

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Ramona Marie Marut

Ramona Marie Marut, 56, of Phoenix, passed away on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 in Phoenix, AZ. She was born on April 26, 1958 to the late Ralph and Sophie (Smith) Carswell in Long Beach, CA. Ramona worked as a Chef for several hospitals and care facilities. On December 9, 1988 she married Scott in Phoenix. She had a passion for cooking and spending time with her family and friends. Mona enjoyed reading her true crime novels, had a love for her pets, was a devoted Elvis fan, and was fascinated by Egyptology. She overcame many challenges in her life and continued to carry herself with the utmost poise, grace and composure. Ramona is survived by her loving spouse of 28 years, Scott; two sons, Robert and Chad; five siblings, Pat, Cameron, Kathy, JoAnn, and Jessie; and many other family and friends. She was preceded in death by a brother, Tim. Visitation will be held at Best Funeral Services, 501 East Dunlap Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85020 on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 from 8:00 am – 10:00 am with the Funeral Service to follow at 10:00 am. ┬áBurial will follow at Resthaven Park Cemetery at Noon.

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5 Memories to “Ramona Marie Marut”

  1. Susanne McCarter says:

    I want to extend my condolence’s to My Uncle Scoot and my cousin`s Robert(AKA Bobby) and Chad Lee. Aunt Mona had a zest for life family her pets and those she was close too which was a lot of people other than family. She will and is truly missed . My family and I want to extend our love and Prayers for Scott Robert Chad Lee. Thank you for sharing her with all of those that loved her and respected her.

    RIP Aunt Mona You are muched loved and missed by us all.

  2. Cookie Burton says:

    Mona we never got to finish many of the plans we had made. But I will think of all the memories we did make. My heart goes out to her family and friends. Mona you are in the hands of the Great Spirit now and you ride the lightning bolt. So I will see you streaking across the sky’s. “Touch the earth, love the earth, honor the earth: her plains, her valleys,her hills and her seas: rest your spirit in her solitary places. For all in time I will see you there.

    Cookie

  3. Cookie Burton says:

    Mona girl I loved you dearly and sorry we never completed all our plans. You are with the Great Spirit now riding the lightning bolt across the sky so I will see you. Rest your spirit in earths solitary places.

  4. Patti & Joe Estes says:

    You be missed more then any one every really knows. Mona I just want to say thank-you for taking the time to be my friend you were there for me when I needed a helping hand. There even when my family was not. So I hope everyone truly knows that we have lost one of the great ones. We will miss you greatly but, knowing your no longer suffering and in pain is enough to set my heart at ease. R.I.P. fly with the angles and know we will meet again one day until then we will hold you near.

  5. Rene' Kuehne says:

    I don’t even know where to begin. Mona was an amazing friend and neighbor to me and my boys. She was kind, understanding, supportive and made me more meals than I can count when I was down with a broken leg. She understood and gave her time, wisdom, patience and kindness to my grandson who has Autism.
    She loved Scott, Bobby, Chad and her animals with a fire and fierceness that I admired.
    I am sorry I won’t be able to attend the services; but, my thoughts and prayers continue to be with Scott and the entire family and I know there are no words that can quite ease the sadness, pain and loss; but, I pray that every single tomorrow will lessen the sorrow.
    With much love, Rene’, Brandon and Jake

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