In Loving Memory of Michael Raymond Ramsher
Sunrise 09-21-1990 Sunset 09-14-2022
Michael Raymond Ramsher, 31, of Croydon, PA, passed away on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at Jeanes Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. He was a dedicated and loving Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, and Nephew. He was born Friday, September 21, 1990 at Abington Memorial Hospital at 3:40pm. Surviving are his two beautiful children, Michael Nicholas Ramsher, age 6 and Levi Jeffrey Ramsher, age 18 months. Surviving is his fiance’e and mother of his children, Andreea Doria Lintia. On his mother’s side is his mother, Kimberly Cossaboon, and step-father, Kevin J Cossaboon, both surviving. His grandmother, Joanne Gibilante, deceased, and step-grandfather, Frank Gibilante, survives. His grandfather, Harry Hummel, who survives. His Uncle Kevin Hummel, who survives. His brothers, Tyler Cossaboon, and Dylan Cossaboon, and sister, Katlyn Cossaboon, all survive. His nieces, Peyton Brady, and Angela Gibilante, and nephew, Frankie Gibilante, also survives. His Aunt Maureen Gibilante and Uncle Frank Gibilante, also survives. On his father side is his father Raymond Ramsher II, and his wife Dawn-Marie Ramsher, both surviving. His grandmother, Joan Ramsher, deceased. His brother, Raymond Ramsher III, and sister, Skyler Mearkle and brother-in-law, Cody Mearkle, all surviving. His Aunt, Laura Anderson, and Uncle, Al Anderson and Aunt, Donna Hensley and Uncle, Ken Hensley, also survives. His nephews Atlas, and Cody jr. and cousins Samantha, Amanda, Avery, and Aubrey, all survive.
Michael was a longtime resident in Glenside, PA located in Montgomery County, PA. He attended elementary school at Glenside-Weldon and then transferred to Copper Beech elementary school in Abington, PA. He went to Abington Junior High school and graduated from Abington High School in June 2008. Mike was an easy-going type of person and made many friends in school. Mike loved sports and played baseball and soccer for Ardsley–North Hills in Roslyn, PA.. Mike’s first job was a cashier at CVS in Glenside, PA. He then worked at various jobs, including a hardware store and UPS. He then worked at various restaurants as a server. Mike enjoyed amusement parks, water parks, fishing, mini golf, the beach, going to the circus, carnivals, parks, play grounds and skate boarding. Mike’s favorite holidays were Halloween and Christmas. Mike was also a big, life-long video gamer. His passion for video gaming has been passed down to his boys, which he loved more than anything.
My son loved and cherished his family. He did the best that he could do for them. I will cherish and hold on to all the precious memories that we made together. I promise that my husband and I will raise your boys to be strong, kind, compassionate, and respectful men that you would be so proud of. I miss and love you so much, my precious baby boy. Please watch over us and keep us safe. If you can, please send us signs that you are there. Goodbye for now, and until we meet again, you will forever have a place in my heart.
The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he refreshes my soul. He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake. Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me. (Psalm 23:1-4)