Kenneth P. Cramer, age 65, of S. 2nd St., Greenville, passed away Monday morning September 24, 2018 at his residence of natural causes.
He was born in Mercer on January 10, 1953 to Paul W. and Evelyn (Rodgers) Cramer. Ken was a 1972 graduate of Greenville Senior High School. He was employed in Security at George Junior Republic for eleven years and had previously been employed as a welder at the former Trinity Industries. Ken was an avid NASCAR fan and truly enjoyed working around his home.
On June 19, 1976 he married the former Cynthia J. Lizzie, she passed away on Novemeber 5, 2005. He is survived by his two sons; Paul W. Cramer and Gabe L. Cramer, two sisters; Darlene Cook and her husband Gary and Karen Eddy and her husband William, a brother; Kevin Cramer and his wife Marianthy, all of Greenville and a step-sister; Wendy Nashtock of Sharpsville.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife.
Per Ken's wishes, there will be no services. Arrangements are under the direction of Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.
You all have our sincere condolences. Where has the time gone since we used to have Cramer get togethers at the lake? It seems like not that long ago. Please know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
So so sorry he was a fantastic man wejust adorned him we never knew if he came every weekend to see us or our dog blue he brought. Treats for blue not us he had a heart of gold.
Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. We are sad to hear about Ken passing. May your good memories bring you comfort at this time.
Gabe and family,
I am so sorry to hear about your fathers passing. May your memories bring you comfort in the days ahead. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
You have my deepest condolences! Ken and I went to school together and the last time I saw him was when we took our Army physical. We sat together on the bus ride to and from Pittsburgh. God Bless
Ken Cramer was one of the finest and most generous men I’ve ever known. I will miss him.
Please know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers, I trust it is a comfort to know that so many of Ken’s classmates are thinking of you during this difficult time. May God bless all of you richly.