Two benefit concerts are currently planned for the victims of the fatal car crash that killed three and injured two others when their vehicle was struck head-on with a vehicle driven by Tejano singer Javier Galvan on June 13 near Winters, Texas.
A concert is scheduled for Thursday, July 1 at Desperados 2.0 in San Antonio hosted by JR Gomez Y Los Conjunto Bandits with a $20.00 entry fee as donation. Gomez is a close friend of the family. The other benefit concert is scheduled at Club Pink in Lubbock, Texas on Friday, July 9. The artist lineup for both concerts will be announced soon.
Donations will benefit the families of 20-year-old Marisa Ramos, 46-year-old Cissy Ramos, and 7-year-old Adalynn Muniz, who were killed in the collision. Two siblings in the vehicle, 12-year-old Keelie Ramos and 9-year-old Kolbie Ramos were taken to a hospital in Abilene with critical injuries.
According to a social media post, Keelie Ramos is recovering from her surgeries. She is up and moving and may be released from the hospital soon. Kolbie Ramos is in much worse condition and only immediate family is allowed visitation.
Funeral services for Marisa Ramos will be held at Bartley Funeral Home, 1200 I-27 in Plainview, Texas, with memorial service and visitation on Thursday, June 17, 2021 from 6-8 p.m. and funeral on Friday, June 18, 2021 at 10 a.m.
Services for Cissy Ramos and Adalynn Muniz are scheduled with a viewing for both on Friday, June 18 from 6-8 p.m. at Kornerstone Funeral Home, 3605 S.W. 3rd Street in Plainview. Funeral services for both is Saturday, June 19 at Harvest Christian Fellowship, 4411 Olton Road in Plainview, beginning at 10 a.m.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the families of the victims.
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