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Victor M Davila Ramirez

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Victor was born June 06 ,1953 in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, to Manuela Ramirez Tolano and Jesus Davila Verdugo. Making Victor the youngest of three children, Maria Jesus being the eldest, Maria Amparo being the middle and Victor the youngest. Growing up in Cananea, he enjoyed playing in the with his sisters and friends. Every time you saw Victor, he always had a new cut to show off. When Victor was 7 years old sadly his father passed away. A few years passed and his mother decided to move to Mexicali Baja California, Mexico with his two sisters and him, he was 16 years old. But soon after his mother became ill and passed away in 1974.

That year Victor prepared himself to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 1975 Victor was called to the Mexico Torreon mission, where he served with all his heart might, and strength along side the Lord. While on his mission he got the sad news that his grandmother had passed away. 1977 Victor returned home Mexicali, where he later met Martha. In 1986 Victor and Martha were married. The family of 4 which included Martha, Victor and their two daughters Rosa and Ana, quickly grew when the family welcomed a baby girl in 1987 by the name of Brenda. In 1989 the family quickly turned from a family of 5 to a family of 6 when they welcomed a baby boy by the name of Victor Alonso. To everyone’s surprise in 1996 the family welcomed the youngest of the family a beautiful baby girl by the name of Briana.
In 2002 Victor and his wife decided to move to Las Vegas with their two youngest kids, his two eldest daughters had been married and lived in Mexico and his middle child at the time was attending High school in Mexico City. In 2003 Victor and Martha decided to part ways. In 2008 Victor moved to Utah following his kids. One of the older Daughters lived in Midvale Ut with her husband and Daughter, the middle daughter with her husband and son in Provo Ut and the youngest two with their mom in Provo as well. Victor lived in many places here in Utah but the one he called home was Price UT. Where he met many friends who he called family.
He served in many callings in Rama Carbon but overall, his most loved calling was working with the missionaries. On December 29,2020 Heavenly Father called Victor to his Heavenly home. For all those who had the honor of knowing Victor, they knew he was a loving, kind, patient and always willing to serve those around him.
Victor is survived by his Sisters, Daughters and Son as well as his 8 Grandchildren. Maria Amparo(Francisco) Marian Jesus, Rosa (Salvador), Ana(J.Carlos), Brenda(Ivan), Victor, and Briana. Carlos, Ali, Esteban, Yalzi, Hyrum, Gianelly, Ximena, Ivan.
A Funeral Service was held Jan. 2, 2021.

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