Jeffrey “Jeff” Kramer

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Jeffrey "Jeff"
Kramer

Kramer , Jeffrey “Jeff”
Died unexpected. March 28, 2013 age 62 years. Beloved husband of Pat (nee – Steiner) of nearly 40 years. Loving father of Mike and Jennifer (Noah Kern). Preceded in death by his parents Ralph “Kelly” Kramer and Colleen (nee – Crogan). Son-in-law of Jeanette & Leo Steiner. Brother of Brad (Ruth) Kramer. Brother-in-law of Mark (late Joan) Buss, Chris (Bob) Moede, Frank (Geri) Steiner, Kathy (Doug Lang) Steiner, Aggie (Mark) Gretzinger, Ruth Steiner, Bob (late Lucille) Kuhl, Berny (Doug) Flenz, John (Gina) Steiner, Pete (Kim) Steiner, Patrick (XuYing) Steiner, Liz (Christopher) Dehart, Chazz (Melissa) Steiner, MaryAnn (Kurt Klapperich) Steiner, Andy (Rhonda) Steiner. Further survived by other relatives and many good friends. Visitation Wednesday, April 03, 2013 4:00 pm at ST. VERONICA CHURCH 4001 S. Whitnall Ave. until time of MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL at 7:00 PM. Private Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.. Retired employee of Foley & Lardner Law Firm. Jeffrey was an avid photographer, and member of St. Veronica Choir, Marriage Encounter, Boy Scout Troop 208, Audio and Railroad Enthusiast, Parkinson Dance Class, and volunteer at St. Anne’s Generational Center. In Lieu of flowers memorials to Medical College of Wisconsin Parkinson program or St. Veronica Fr. Marks wish list appreciated. ” Live Long and Prosper”

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Past Comments

Carole Carter

I would like to send my deepest sympathy and prayers to the Kramer family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Carole Carter
Home Instead Senior Care

Gary Lorfeld

We were so sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing. We are so glad we had a chance to visit with him last spring at Will and Kristy Fisher’s wedding. Please know that your family is in our prayers.
Gary (Kiel class of ’69) and Denece Lorfeld

Bev Narus

Lit a candle in memory of Jeffrey “Jeff” Kramer

Linda Hau

I read of Jeff’s passing and wanted you to know, Pat, that my heart goes out to you and your family. The few times that I visited with Jeff at our class reunions, it was evident that he was a very kind and fun-loving individual. I know that this loss will leave a huge hole in your lives, but also many cherished memories. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
HS classmate of Pat,
Linda Rosenbauer Hau

Nancy (Wiegand) Bruckschen

My sympathy and prayers to the family. I knew his father. I also went to school with Brad and Ruth. Larry and Nancy (Wiegand) Bruckschen

Peter Sparrow

Jeff was an inspiration to me as we both struggled to meet the challemges of Parkinson Disease. I have up lifting rememberance of him at dance, support group, or cranking out every last push of the pedal on the 10 mile fundraiser bike ride. This year I hope to complete the bike ride with Jeff as my inspiration. When i do not feel like smiling, I will think of Jeff , and make it happen. My sympathy to Pat and the family.
A friend with P D, Peter Sparrow

Dianne Vorpahl

My sympathy to Pat & your family. I am so sorry for your loss.

Dianne(Petrie)Vorpahl

Jean Anhalt

My sympathy to Jeff’s family. A childhood friend, Jeff was warm, gentle, find, friendly and a funny soul. I will always remember him. Jean Anhalt

Mary Ruh Culver

My sympathy to Jeff’s family.
Mary Ruh Culver, class of 1969

Vicki Conte

Jeff will be missed in so many ways by so many people. We was the one who welcomed mew members to the young onset Parkinson’s support group; he was the one who recruited new members to the Parkinson’s dance class and the Parkinson’s exercise class at the WAC. For several years Jeff plugged along on his three-wheeler to complete the 10-mile route for Moving Forward: Ride/Walk for Parkinson’s. Jeff and Pat were charter members of so many of these groups…….both always ready to lend an ear or a hand. And Jeff’s relationship with the Parkinson’s community was just one of his many, many connections. He was kind, generous, funny and very much loved and now very much missed. Vicki Conte, Program Manager, Department of Neurology, Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin.

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