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.
Horowitz Law is a law firm representing victims of sexual abuse in the Diocese of Buffalo and throughout New York. The Diocese of Buffalo filed for federal bankruptcy protection in February 2020. Anyone sexually abused by a priest or employee of the Diocese of Buffalo may be entitled to file a claim against the Diocese in these bankruptcy proceedings, but very strict filing deadlines apply. Most victims of abuse in the Diocese of Buffalo will never be able to take action against the Diocese of Buffalo if they miss this bankruptcy filing deadline, so it is important that you contact us immediately to discuss your potential case.
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