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There are some songs that awaken powerful memories. One of yours, “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now,” is one of those songs that has always tugged on my heart.
In 1996, I was dating a beautiful young woman called, Tania Caridad Ramirez. We were co-workers at a JC Penny in Miami. We actually met in 1991 but since she was married and I was in a relationship, our relationship was strictly professional.
On December, 1995, I joined the US Navy Reserves and upon my return, we began to date. Though we were only together for a few months before her murder, the memory of her haunts me, still.
Your song was her favorite. And she identified with your lyrics due to our relationship’s beginnings. Nevertheless, your voice and your emotions in your song have always touched me. I am grateful that I have at least that memory of her, due to you.
Thank you Ms. Dion.
Below is the news article about her death.
Murder Blamed On Man's Crush
Police Say Slain Worker Had Rejected Janitor's Affections
November 26, 1996|By DEBORAH RAMIREZ Staff Writer
MIAMI - Co-workers barely noticed Jesus Blanco, the quiet janitor who was hired at Omni Mall's JC Penney about three months ago.
No one knew he had a deadly crush on Tania Caridad Ramirez, a young woman who worked behind the watch counter. On Saturday, Blanco shot Ramirez to death before killing himself, police said.
On Monday, counselors tried to help his co-workers erase this painful memory.
"He never caused any problems. That's why everybody has such a hard time dealing with this," store manager Maury Jones said.
Little is known about Blanco, who was identified by his employers. Police have withheld his name because they have been unable to find his family.
Authorities said Blanco, 44, arrived from Cuba this year and that he lived in Hialeah, where he may have a cousin. At work, he tried to pursue Ramirez, 24, who told him she wasn't interested in a relationship, police said. "Obviously he had an obsession with this young lady," said Lt. William Schwartz, of the Miami Police Department. "He was living a fantasy."
The fantasy turned fatal Saturday night when Blanco showed up at the department store on his day off. Police said he was wearing new clothes - a dark suit and a turtleneck sweater.
Around 7:30 p.m., Blanco approached the watch counter. There he pulled out a .357 revolver and shot Ramirez and himself, causing employees and customers to flee in panic, police said.
In a strange twist of events, a security guard who arrived first at the scene turned out to be Ramirez's boyfriend, who was not identified.
Besides carrying a weapon, Blanco had $675 in his pocket, with written instructions that the money be sent to his mother in Cuba. Police said the cash is being held as evidence and probably will be forwarded to his family.
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