Condolence & Memory Journal

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Posted by Matthew McGuire - Cheshire, CT   October 14, 2020

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Posted by Alishia - SC   June 03, 2020

To all those mourning Mr. Kramer's passing, God's matchless, divine, glorious and redeeming grace is available to any and all who will come to Him His way........Romans 1:16.......1st Corinthians 15:1 - 4........Romans 10:9 - 13.

Posted by Jim Martin - Friend   June 01, 2020

Thank you and may God bless you Larry.. You saved generations of lives..

Posted by Albert Morales - Dallas, TX   May 31, 2020

I met Larry in Key West in the late 80s .I am so glad I did.

Posted by David Simpson - Portland, ME - acquaintance   May 31, 2020

Sorry to hear of the loss.

Posted by Ann Stokman    May 31, 2020

Our deepest condolences to the family. We pray that God continues to strengthen and comfort you all during this difficult period.

Posted by A friend   May 30, 2020

sincere condolences to the Kramer family. May the God of all comfort provide you all the strength to cope with your loss

Posted by TD Stokes - Acquaintance   May 30, 2020

when no one listened
he yelled out
when no one looked
he got in their way
when they were calloused
he made them feel the suffering
when they were indifferent
he wrote a play awakening reality
we all are different but connected
when no one listens
yell out
well done Larry Kramer
rest In Peace
Raymond A. Chavez

Posted by Raymond Chavez    May 29, 2020

I send sincere condolences to the family for your loss. God cares for you. At this difficult time, may you the god offender mercies give you comfort and peace.

Posted by Mary - Acquaintance   May 29, 2020

Thoughts and prayers to the Kramer family, sorry for your loss.

Posted by A friend   May 29, 2020

My sincerest condolences to the Kramer family. I had the pleasure to meet your loved one. He made a huge difference in the world.

Posted by RONALD HILL    May 28, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. May the Kramer family find strength from God during this time of mourning.

Posted by Mrs. M    May 28, 2020

Sincere condolences to the Kramer Family, May the Almighty God in the Heavens comfort your grieving hearts with tenderness and endless loving kindness as you cope with the loss in your lives especially during this very time.

Posted by BRY    May 28, 2020

He was a giant. I feel this with such gravity of sadness and responsibility and gratitude that its crushing me as I write this. We lost generations of knowledge and experiences in the AIDS holocaust but because of Larry Kramer and the activists he worked with we didnt lose everything. I loved his unapologetic almost punk rock grit. And his bookish normality. And his willingness to fail and feel and continue to live even though death attended his every move and thought and tried to claim him over and over.
I remember Grand Central Station getting quiet and then holy. The seriousness of the ritual and the dangerous feeling of inevitability. I thought I was going to die, too.
In the subsequent years I admired the artworks he wrought from the experience. The way he bridged it and transcended it and allowed it to become history. And most of all how he told our story in a way that anyone could listen and understand something about it personally. He helped us feel it, together, after the horror had passed and we might have never looked back or understood the need to do so. He knew.
I mourn him.

Posted by Robb Stone - Acquaintance   May 28, 2020

He was a giant. I feel this with such gravity of sadness and responsibility and gratitude that its crushing me as I write this. We lost generations of knowledge and experiences in the AIDS holocaust but because of Larry Kramer and the activists he worked with we didnt lose everything. I loved his unapologetic almost punk rock grit. And his bookish normality. And his willingness to fail and feel and continue to live even though death attended his every move and thought and tried to claim him over and over.
I remember Grand Central Station getting quiet and then holy. The seriousness of the ritual and the dangerous feeling of inevitability. I thought I was going to die, too.
In the subsequent years I admired the artworks he wrought from the experience. The way he bridged it and transcended it and allowed it to become history. And most of all how he told our story in a way that anyone could listen and understand something about it personally. He helped us feel it, together, after the horror had passed and we might have never looked back or understood the need to do so. He knew.
I mourn him.

Posted by Robb Stone - Acquaintance   May 28, 2020

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MR. KRAMER WAS A CHAMPION!!!

Posted by Barbara Wisbey - PALM SPRINGS, CA   May 27, 2020

Someone so special will not be forgotten. May the wonderful times remain in your hearts. so special will not be forgotten. May the wonderful times remain in your hearts.

Posted by A friend   May 27, 2020

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Rest In Peace

Posted by Adrian Griekspoor - Biltmore Lake, NC   May 27, 2020

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!

Posted by Adrian Griekspoor - Biltmore Lake, NC   May 27, 2020