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Toasting the Hooligans singing the Parting Glass “We appreciate the simple Gifts that Holy Family parish offered for Uncle Dick's service. We were glad to see Barbara, John, Sara, Mandy, Matt, and...Read More »
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“AND....Uncle dick had a few nicknames for me....one was "Kitty" a shortened version of the Chesire Cat! I was always grinning or smiling or laughing...Read More »
2 of 35 | Posted by: Patrick Kirwin - Arlington, VA

RIP
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WWII  Memorial
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"ONE OF"
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Good Conduct
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WWII Victory
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“God Bless/RIP. A heartfelt Thank YOU for your service in WWII,Richard.The USA would NOT be as it is today. I treasure the freedoms for which YOU...Read More »
15 of 35 | Posted by: Herb Guyer-Sharfenaker USMC - OH

“Margie & Dick were my Godparents. I still have the bulletin board he made for me in my kitchen. My oldest son has the desk he put together for me....Read More »
16 of 35 | Posted by: Sara (Stegmann) Caldarelli - MA

“I am overjoyed reviewing my memories of Dick Kramer. I had a third parent and it was him. But he was the guy you could talk to. About anything. ...Read More »
17 of 35 | Posted by: Patrick Kirwin - Arlington,, VA

“Uncle Dick.... I forgot to mention your wool beret and loafers. ”
18 of 35 | Posted by: Maggie Kirwin - Sag harbor, NY

“I wrote the piece about Dick helping me during art school and did not attribute it. I am back with another tale of Uncle Dick.I had to choose a...Read More »
19 of 35 | Posted by: Patrick Kirwin - Arlington, VA

“Uncle Dick, You were the best and will be missed by all who knew you. Please say hello to our mom and dad, they will be happy to see you. ”
20 of 35 | Posted by: Martha Kirwin - Colorado Springs, CO

“A giant tree fell in the forest today and left an opening in the sky. Uncle Dick was a true Renaissance man. His interests and hobbies we're so...Read More »
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22 of 35 | Posted by: Doug Roberts - Portsmouth, OH

“I remember as a little girl eating corn fritters at your house and playing on the piano with you. Never forget you. Love you Uncle Dick!! XOXO ”
23 of 35 | Posted by: Tracy Goodrich - CT

“Sure was a wonderful adventure getting to know Grampa Dick. (Dick Kramer) Never ceased to amaze me the depth of his character and breadth of his love...Read More »
24 of 35 | Posted by: Bruce Duncanson - Columbus, OH

“Thinking of the Kramer family while here in Florida with Mom Shirley Hite. Lynda & Sue remember bicycling adventures & swimming fun. Creative bicycle...Read More »
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6/30/14 Lunch with Uncle Dick “The line that sticks out the most to me is, "Hey man... how are you doing?", and his genuine interest in how you are doing. That was the hallmark of...Read More »
26 of 35 | Posted by: Richard Harrison - Carmel, NY

“Dearest Barb & Family,My thoughts and love go out to all of you! I will remember your Dad and you in my prayers. ”
27 of 35 | Posted by: Debbie Jordan - Edmond, OK

“My sincerest condolences to the whole family, and most importantly, hugs for Sarah. ”
28 of 35 | Posted by: Donna Martinelli

“I love Dick Kramer. Everyone who knew him will lose something, but will have gained greatly by having known him.. My life was impacted greatly by...Read More »
29 of 35 | Posted by: A friend

“Although many decades have passed since l last saw your father my memory is one of a handsome, gentle & loving man. You all are and will forever...Read More »
30 of 35 | Posted by: Anna (Snooky Stegmann) Bernhard - OH

Tommy Miller's cabin celebrating Dick's birthday “Thanks Lucy, it was good to visit with your father. He was one of a kind and as active as teenager even though he worked hours in his shop making...Read More »
31 of 35 | Posted by: John Kirwin - Columbus, OH

“A kind and thoughtful spirit who will be greatly missed, but who is now in the loving arms of his God in paradise. ”
32 of 35 | Posted by: A friend

“My thoughts and prayers are with you Matt. May God give you all the love and comfort you need during this grieving time. God Bless you and your...Read More »
33 of 35 | Posted by: Tracy Cudgel (Adult & Community Education Center) - OH

“A great man gone home, never to be forgotten ”
34 of 35 | Posted by: jim ryan - newark, OH

“Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time. ”
35 of 35 | Posted by: The Families and Staff of Egan-Ryan Funeral Home - OH


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Richard was born on January 30, 1924 and passed away on Thursday, June 15, 2017.

Richard was a resident of Columbus, Ohio at the time of passing.

Graduate of Rosary High School, class of 1943.

U. S. Army Veteran, 1943-1946 and served in the European Theater of Operations during World War II.

Graduate of Rosary High School, class of 1943. Friends may call Sunday 2-5 p.m. at EGAN - RYAN FUNERAL HOME, 403 East Broad Street . The Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary will be prayed for the repose of his soul at 3:00 p.m. Solemn High Requiem Mass will be at Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, 584 W. Broad St. Monday 10:30 a.m. Burial St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation at the Egan-Ryan Funeral Home from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM on June 18, 2017. Sunday June 18, 2017 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM Egan-Ryan Funeral Home 403 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH 43215 Mass of Christian Burial Monday June 19, 2017 10:30 AM Holy Family Church 584 West Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43215 Visitation at the Egan-Ryan Funeral Home from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM on June 18, 2017.

In lieu of flowers, you are kindly requested to consider a donation in Richard Kramer's name to either The Jubilee Museum, 57 South Grubb Street, Columbus Ohio 43215 or St. Mary Catholic Church Capital Campaign for the Repair of the Church, 684 South 3rd Street, Columbus, Ohio 43206.

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