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Please join

COMMUNITY LEADERS
&
Friends of Ramirez
in honoring

HECTOR RAMIREZ
District Leader, NYS 86th Assembly District
____________________________________________________________________

Thursday, April 15, 2010


7:00-:9:30pm

LUNA - Former Jet Set Cafe


1834 Webster Ave., Bronx, NY10457
Invited Guests: Bronx Borough President, Rubén Díaz JR.
Assemblyman Carl E. Heastie, Chairman of the Bronx Democratic Party

MINIMUM SUGGESTED CONTRIBUTION $25.00


Host Committee (list in formation) Julio Alvarez, Mario Cabrera, Angel Pimentel, Jose
Cruz, Jose Rodriguez, Manuel Beriguete, Ramon Veloz, Amy Acosta, Bill Carter, Augusto
Payano , Carlos Lama, Ydefolso, Then, Victor Abreu, Griselda Alvarez, Gino Bartti, Barry
Fitzgerald, Maria Khury, Alma Faña, Yolanda Garcia, Dan Mieses, Lilliam Pérez, Fernando
Aquino, Rubby Witbee, Jennifer Condell, Betty Simmons Remy Marlene, Yolanda Cisneros,
Maritza Aquino, Luis Rojas, Lucia Solano, Josefina Mesa, Franklyn de la Cruz, Victor Wagner,
Ivan Bello, Luis Prieto, Wally Suero, Lady Dipre, Fernando Perez, Modesto Tolentino, Victor
Hiciano.
To RSVP, please call 646.208.3874 or e-mail friendsoframirez@gmail.com

"Picadera” and refreshments will be served

HECTOR RAMIREZ

Community Representation with Integrity, Experience and Leadership


Over the past 15 years, Ramirez has expanded his political involvement in The Bronx to reflect his
passion for community service, working in partnership with grassroots organizations and elected officials
to demand more living wage jobs, health care, education and affordable housing to one of the poorest
areas in the nation.

A passionate community activist, Ramirez started his public service at a young age in the Dominican
Republic, as part of the student movement, charitable organizations and later as a professional
accountant, heading the Ethics Committee for the National Dominican Accountants Association.

In 2002, Ramirez was elected to the 86th Assembly as District Leader where he has been re-elected
three times. As district Leader, Ramirez has served a densely populated area encompassing University
Heights, Tremont, and the Morris Heights section of the Bronx, as a non-paid liaison for the community
to government agencies, elected and Democratic Party officials and community organizations. His hard
work has earned Ramirez a reputation as an honest and responsible leader.

District Leader Hector Ramirez is currently a member of the Executive Board of the Bronx Democratic
Party and served as Vice Chairman of the Department of Youth and Community Development
Neighborhood Advisory Board No. 5.

Ramirez earned his Master’s degree in business administration from Monroe College and BA in
accounting from the O&M University.

As a result of his own experience in community involvement, District Leader Hector Ramirez has been
an inspiration to the minority communities he serves. His example is one of empowerment in The Bronx,
as he opens the doors to new generations of activists in the struggle for justice and equity in issues
ranging from domestic violence to the protection and expansion of small businesses. Ramirez is also
committed to fighting for minority, and immigrant, civil and economic rights. He has been actively
involved in fighting street crime and gang violence in cooperation with the community and local
authorities.

Through his work in the community, Hector Ramirez has seen first hand the crucial needs surrounding
the neighborhoods of University Heights, Tremont, Morris Heights, and Fordham. He understands that
we need honest, responsible and effective leadership to give these impoverished sections of the Bronx
strong representation in Albany. He will bring back the respect and meaningful change that the district
deserves to move forward and get the necessary resources.

Hector Ramirez was born in El Seibo, Dominican Republic and came to the Bronx in 1995, where he has
lived, worked and raised his family.

Ramirez is married to Milagros Ramirez. They have four children: Hector Joel, 22, Yennifer Patricia, 21,
both attending college, Alex, 19, currently in his second year with the US Marines, and Daniel, 14, who is
attending high school in the Bronx.

FRIENDS OF RAMIREZ
C o n t r i b u t i o n F o r m:

Contribution Amount $_____________

IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION INFORMATION DEAR FRIEND:

• Individuals, Unions, Corporations & Political Action Committee may contribute up to $3,800

• Political Contributions are not tax deductible

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Please Make Checks Payable To: FRIENDS OF RAMIREZ - 1980 Davison Avenue, Bronx NY 10453

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