Unification News for December 2001
In Memoriam Seiko Ramunni
Hitoshi and Yugi Oda
Seiko Ramunni was born on Nov. 10, 1956 in Niigata-ken, Japan. She joined the Unification Church and CARP in 1976. She graduated from St. Mariana University of Medicine (nursing program) in 1979. She worked at St. Mariana University of Medicine and N.I.C.U. and Ishin Hospital in Tokyo from 1979-1981.
She was blessed to James Ramunni at the 2075 (6000 couple) MSG blessing in New York in 1982. After that she worked on the special MFT in Japan. In 1983 she was a Seattle church member before being chosen to be one of the "50 sisters" at the International Seafoods of Alaska fish processing plant in Kodiak, Alaska. Besides processing fish, she also did bookkeeping and cooking as well as fundraising during the winter.
In 1989 she joined her husband at the Spokane, WA center and they started family life in 1990. She then went with her husband to her mission country, Morocco, North Africa, to pioneer the fish business from 1990-1994. From 1994 until 2001 she was a Connecticut state member in her husbandís hometown.
She had a long battle with cancer. She entered the spirit world on April 6, 2001, the day after Rev. Moon completed the 40th speech of his 50 state speaking tour in America, an indication to many leaders and members that her life was offered as a sacrifice for America and the world. She leaves a very proud husband, a 3-year-old son, Ricky, as well as her father and brother.
Besides being a loving wife and mother, Seiko-san was, and Iím sure will continue to be, a joy and inspiration to all.
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