Ramona “Sego Brown” Golson
April 28, 1947-January 13, 2019
It is with heavy hearts that we announce Ramona “Sego Brown” Golson has entered the kingdom of heaven to be with her Lord on January 13, 2019. She was surrounded by family and close friends. Ramona was born on April 28, 1947, was raised in El Rio, Ca., and was a member of the first graduating class of Camarillo High School. She was the youngest of 11 children. Ramona worked 10 years for the government and throughout the rest of her career she worked in social work as an advocate for people in need. Recently, she was a leader of a prayer group for her church Higher Vision, in Santa Paula, as well as a prayer warrior for neighbors and friends. She was blessed with a large and loving family, married the love of her life, Patrick Golson and they lived in Fillmore most of their married life. They renewed their vows for their 50thAnniversary on July 29, 2017 in the presence of family and friends. Ramona loved being around her family and friends and always put others before herself. She was very thoughtful and always gave wise advice and she will be missed by everyone especially her daughter who was with her most of the time. The Golson family would like to thank all the doctors and nurses at VCMC Santa Paula who took care of her while she was there as well as those who have surrounded them with love, gifts, food, phone calls and amazing prayers. Preceded in death by her mother and father John and Rebecca Brown, brother Johnny Brown, & sister Lorraine Gil. Ramona is survived by her husband Patrick, son Patrick “Boy” Golson (Susan), daughter Rebekah Golson, grandchildren Tenea, Zachary, and Johnny Golson; brothers Fred Brown, Paul Brown (Isabel), sisters Alice Garcia, Jessie Hernandez, Lydia Camacho (Victor), Pauline Velasquez (Chuck), Yolanda Gutierrez (Frank), and Lucille Rivas as well as many nieces, nephews, and godchildren. A celebration of Life service will be held on Friday, January 25, 2019 at Higher Vision Santa Paula 501 Ojai Rd at 11 am with burial to follow at Bardsdale Cemetery in Fillmore. In celebration of her life we are inviting all those who attend to wear her favorite color; which was purple.