Father Ramon Aymerich
Diocese of Buffalo
Assigned as follows:
- Diocese of Bethlehem, Southeast Florida, Massachusetts and Newark
Summary of Abuse Allegations against Father Ramon Aymerich:
According to media reports, Father Ramon Aymerich was born in Cuba, and came to Buffalo in 1966 after fleeing with his family for religious freedom. In 1975, he was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in Buffalo, but in 1982, he became an Episcopalian and was received as a priest in the Episcopal Church. He served in multiple dioceses throughout his career. He retired from the US Air Force, where he served as a chaplain for 24 years.
In August 2019, his name was included in the Diocese of Buffalo’s list of “priests with substantiated allegations of abuse of a minor. It notes more than one allegation. No information regarding the allegations was disclosed. As of 2015, he has been a supply priest at St. James Episcopal Church in Mooresville, North Carolina.
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