Lauren Deans Ramirez, 60, of Longview TX, passed away on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 in Longview TX. A Wake Service will be held at Blackburn Vernal Mortuary on Friday, March 4, 2016 between 6PM-8PM. Funeral services will be held at Maeser Stake-Church of Jesus Christ LDS on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 1PM with a viewing and at 2PM services with Bishop Dr. Woodward of Church of Jesus Christ LDS-Maeser 3rd Ward officiating. Burial/Interment will follow at Rock Point Cemetery. Blackburn Vernal Mortuary will handle the funeral arrangements. Lauren Deans Ramirez was born in Vernal UT to Rulan Deans and Elva Swett on October 12, 1955. She went to Uintah High School and graduated in 1973. She went on to further her studies in Accounting from the Uintah Basin Technology Center. She was involved with The Relief Society. She was a wonderful Homemaker, Mother, Wife, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother. She enjoyed going to the beach, camping, canning, crafts, fishing, hunting and quilting. She enjoyed spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and many pets over the years. Lauren Deans Ramirez is preceded in death by her Father, Rulan Deans and Mother, Elva Swett, A very special man Thomas Douglas also Brother Allen Deans. Lauren Deans Ramirez is survived by her Husband, Armando A. Ramirez of Longview TX; Brother, Dallas and spouse Twana; Sisters, Linda and spouse Kim Bartel and Kay Bergfeld all of Vernal UT. Daughters, Tracy and spouse Vernal Richard of Longview TX, Mariana of Vernal UT and Son Mark of Vernal UT. Grandchildren Brittney Kay, Stephanie Diane, Madison Evelynn, Vernal Richard III; Great-grandchildren, William Brayden and Sonora Mae; A whole host of nieces and nephews and many friends. Pallbearers: Caden Ufford, Jeff Bergfeld, John Hanks, Davy Deans, Alex Acosta and Richard Emhoolah Jr. with Honorary Pallbearer Richard Emhoolah III. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to Hospice of East Texas - Jessica, Church of Jesus Christ LDS-Longview TX, Church of Jesus Christ LDS-Vernal UT, Rader Funeral Home-Longview TX, Blackburn Vernal Mortuary - Vernal UT, Bishop Jones, The Emhoolah family and The Cobliegh family. A special message from Lauren Deans Ramirez: SMILE-Spiritually Minded Is Life Eternal 2 Nephi 9:39 O, my beloved brethren, remember the awfulness in transgressing against that Holy God, and also the awfulness of yielding to the enticing's of that cunning one. Remember, to be carnally-minded is death and to be spiritually Minded Is Life Eternal.