Sharon Arti Ram
Sharon Arti Ram

November 21, 1977 - May 3, 2015
Resided in Sacramento, CA
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Sharon Arti Ram was born November 21, 1977. She was the third child of Moti and Chandra RAM. She was raised and education in Modesto, California. She started playing Soccer at the early age of 6 and continue through High School. She also became interested in her father's Contracting business at the age of ten. She became an astute Real Estate Investor and could do most of the renovations herself.

She met Courtney Brown in 1998 and they became inseparable. Together they raised three children. Sharon enjoyed her family and especially enjoyed watching her kids participating in sports.
She departed this life on May 3, 2015. She is survived by her fiance Courtney Brown, two sons, Chrichion and Ceyean,
of Sacramento, California. Her daughter Keeana, one grandson, Nate. Her parents Moti and Chandra Ram, Modesto, California, her sister Shairene (Forrest), Sacramento, California, a brother Neil (Lelia), Modesto, California, her nephews, Terrance and Zaiah, her nieces Jannel and Nalayia, her grandfather Ram Pal and many other close relatives and friends.
Sharon is the only child of Moti and Chandra to make her 96 year old grandfather, Mr. Ram Pal fifth generation.

My wife was the most beautiful and loving woman I have ever met. Our relationship started in 1997, from the first day we met we became friends and started a serious relationship. We talked, we travel, we shared our favorite songs with each other and we introduced one another to different cultures. One thing about Sharon, everyone knows is she is the most encouraging person. We built each other's confidence, and supported each other's dreams.

Sharon wanted to get things on track for her daughter Keeana, and wanted to better her financial status. She told me she made the move to Sacramento from Modesto in the attempt to open doors for her and Keeana. She wanted to grow over the next seventeen years. Sharon and I would do things people only dreamed of. We partied with the stars, we ate exotic meals, we fed hundreds of people, we invested into real estate, we threw live events, started over 20 businesses together and the whole time cherishing each other. At one point, our families had to actually check on us to see if we were okay. No one had heard from us, but we were just fine, we just loved being together all the time and pushing each other. I called her Ram and she called me Charles.
Sharon I will always Love you! I know you are with God looking down on the family. We will represent what we believe in and continue on the path that we started. Love You Babe! Court!

The Jaguar

Sharon was always saying to me, "mom, one day I'm going to give you a Jaguar. It's not going to be red, no green, blue or black, it's going to be white, so everybody can see the Jaguar.

Now I'm so happy, she gave me four real Jaguars, Keeana, Chrichion, Ceyean and baby Nate and the color she meant for me, the white is my children's hearts and I see why you said Jaguar, because you are strong like a Jaguar.

You are mom's beautiful star, I can see and love you.

Sharon you are always happiest with my credit card and you like to spend with it. No matter what, you are always in my heart.
Love Dad




East Lawn Mortuary
5757 Greenback Lane
Sacramento, CA US 95841
Thursday, May 7, 2015
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
East Lawn Mortuary Chapel
5757 Greenback Lane
Sacramento, CA 95841
Friday, May 8, 2015
10:00 AM
Sierra Hills Memorial Park
5757 Greenback Lane
Sacramento, CA US 95841
Friday, May 8, 2015
11:00 AM