Sonia Margarita Quijada-Ramberger, a compassionate woman known for her dedication to helping at-risk children and individuals struggling with addiction, passed away on February 16th, 2024, in Wolfe City, Texas. She was born in Ildefonso, El Salvador on June 7th, 1975. Sonia leaves behind a legacy of love that touched the lives of many.

Throughout her life, Sonia pursued a career as a Behavioral Counselor, specializing in guiding at-risk children toward a brighter future. Her impact extended beyond her professional endeavors, as she was also a devoted mother who treated everyone she encountered with love and care. Sonia’s nurturing nature and vast knowledge of life made those around her feel like family.

Sonia’s educational accomplishments were impressive, including a Masters in Behavioral Counseling from Amberton University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She utilized her expertise to make a positive difference in the lives of others, embodying qualities of optimism, perseverance, and passion.

One of Sonia’s proudest achievements was managing her ranch and taking care of the animals and property left behind by her late husband, Jay. She found solace in the quiet life on her ranch. In addition to her commitment to her home life, Sonia dedicated herself to helping individuals combat addiction as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor.

Sonia will be deeply missed by her surviving family members and friends including her daughter Stefany Moreno, son Erik Moreno, mother Maria Montano; and brother Rolando Quijade. She is preceded in death by James Ramberger. Her presence brought light into the lives of many, and her memory will continue to shine brightly in the hearts of those who knew her.

In honoring Sonia Ramberger’s life and legacy, let us remember her as a beacon of hope and compassion who touched countless lives with her unwavering love and support. May she rest in peace knowing that her impact on this world will never be forgotten.