Ramiro Vela Obituary, Resident Of Hidalgo TX, Died At 88

Ramiro Vela Obituary, Death- Hidalgo – Ramiro De Los Santos Vela, 88, died Tuesday, April 25, 2023, at McAllen Medical Center. The Pharr location of Aurora Funeral Home – Sam Houston is the one in charge of making the necessary preparations at this time.

Ramiro Vela Villarreal, a resident of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, was selected to serve as a director of Lions Clubs International for a period of two years during the 98th International Convention of Lions Clubs International, which was held from June 26 through June 30, 2015, in Honolulu, Hawaii. The voting for this position took place at the 98th International Convention of the association. Vela Villarreal comes from a background in civil engineering and is now directing. He joined the Lions Club in 1989 and has been a member of the San Nico De Los Garza Lions Club ever since 1997. He joined the Lions Club in 1989. During his time as a Lion, he has served in numerous capacities within the organization, including as the chairwoman of club membership, the district governor, the council treasurer, the chairperson of district leadership development, an extension team member, the district GLT coordinator, and the president of the council.

In addition to that, he has served on the team that is responsible for extension. As a way of expressing gratitude for the contributions that he has made to the association, he has been honored with a multitude of accolades, including the 100% District Governor Award, the Membership Key Award, three Extension accolades, seven International President’s Certificates of Appreciation, and three International President’s Awards.

These honors have been bestowed upon him as a token of appreciation for the work that he has done for the association. Moreover, he is a Melvin Jones Fellow at the same institution. In addition to his involvement with the Lions Club, Director Vela Villarreal has been very involved in a wide variety of other professional and community organizations. In addition to his role as an advisor for the publication “El Norte,” he is a member of the committee responsible for upholding honor and justice. Director Vela Villarreal and his wife, Mary, who is also a Lion and a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow, have three children: a daughter, a son, and a granddaughter. Mary is also a member of the Lions Club.