Euphrasia Ramos Mills died January 8, 2022, in Lexington at the age of 73 years 9 months 26 days. A memorial celebration and reunion will be held October 8, 2022. The reunion will be from 9AM to 3PM, then the memorial celebration will start at 6PM and Faith Crossing Baptist Church, 13701 S. Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City. Private Service are scheduled or a later date. The family would like an RSVP at (479) 544-0065.
Euphrasia was born March 13, 1948, in Midland, Texas to Julian Valenzuela and Anita (Rios) Ramos. She was raised and attended school in Texas. Euphrasia was an easy going, simple woman who was in love with Jesus and had a deep love and affection for her family. Her favorite place was wherever her boys were. When asked the question, “What is one thing you would rather do more than anything else on Earth?”, Euphrasia would reply “spend time with all my boys together.” She enjoyed watching Westerns, loved playing games and loved to win. Euphrasia was a hard worker and had a huge heart for people. She enjoyed caring for the people at Southpark Nursing Center, where she worked for 25 years. Her favorite bible verse was Phil 4:13, which helped her accomplish things through her life.
Euphrasia is preceded in death by her parents, Julian and Anita Ramos; her husband, Billy Mack Mills; and her sister, Juliana Martinez. Survivors include her sons, Billy Mack Mills, Jr. and wife, Johna of Lexington, Julian Mills and wife, Jessica of Moore, Andrew Mills and wife, Scarlett of Norman; her grandchild, Grayson Mills; her siblings, Leonires Ramos of Oklahoma City, Ascension Ramos of Cheney, KS, Dominga Partenio of Norton Shores, MI, Martin Ramos of Oklahoma City, Aida Ramos of Oklahoma City; and numerous other relatives and friends.
If Mama had one thing she could leave her family, it would be these words of wisdom: “Don’t waste time focusing on all the wrongs done to you by others. You might just miss out on all the right things God has blessed you with. Dump it! Forgive and move on! Remember life is short, but love and kindness are extended throughout eternity.”
Her favorite bible verse was Phil 4:13.