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Kevin Kramer 68 years old, passed peacefully on July 2, 2021, surrounded by family as he went to be with the Lord

Together with and married to his wife Deborah, they spent 45 years raising their family of children.

1. Paige (Daniel Henry) her children: Bryce, Ryan and Allison (Virginia)

2. Travis (North Carolina) and his sons: T.J. and Cody

3. Mindy and her daughter Athena

4. Amy (Kris Wendt)

5. Brad (Sherry) and son Landyn

6. Katie

Kevin was born and raised in Iowa. His mother Janice, brother-Val, sister-Michelle, stepbrothers-Steve and Bill all live in Iowa . His brother Scott, lives in Mesa, AZ. Along with a half brother, Jim in Wisconsin.

Kevin worked for Safeway at the grocery warehouse in Tempe for 34 years before retiring.

Kevin showed symptoms of illness June 2020 and was diagnosed twice confirming A.L.S.. He ended up having a rapid, agressive form which accelerated much faster then most. We greatly want to thank those with the A.L.S. association, Neurological Facility and Hospice Family Care for their amazing help and support.

Kevin’s presence here will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was a light that surrounded everyone around him. A gentle man with a continuous smile, true care and concern for others, a great passion for nature, a big heart and great love towards family and friends. A man devoted to the love of God and it showed.

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  1. David Martinez says:

    Our condolences, sorry for your loss.

  2. Gloria Gifford says:

    Debbie & family,
    We’re so sorry to hear about Kevin passing. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Linda Mantz Wheeler says:

    I am so sorry to hear about my cousin Kevin. I had not seen him in years but looking at pictures and reading comments he reminds me of his dad Pat

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Kevin Kramer


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Kevin Kramer 68 years old, passed peacefully on July 2, 2021, surrounded by family as he went to be with the Lord

Together with and married to his wife Deborah, they spent 45 years raising their family of children.

1. Paige (Daniel Henry) her children: Bryce, Ryan and Allison (Virginia)

2. Travis (North Carolina) and his sons: T.J. and Cody

3. Mindy and her daughter Athena

4. Amy (Kris Wendt)

5. Brad (Sherry) and son Landyn

6. Katie

Kevin was born and raised in Iowa. His mother Janice, brother-Val, sister-Michelle, stepbrothers-Steve and Bill all live in Iowa . His brother Scott, lives in Mesa, AZ. Along with a half brother, Jim in Wisconsin.

Kevin worked for Safeway at the grocery warehouse in Tempe for 34 years before retiring.

Kevin showed symptoms of illness June 2020 and was diagnosed twice confirming A.L.S.. He ended up having a rapid, agressive form which accelerated much faster then most. We greatly want to thank those with the A.L.S. association, Neurological Facility and Hospice Family Care for their amazing help and support.

Kevin’s presence here will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was a light that surrounded everyone around him. A gentle man with a continuous smile, true care and concern for others, a great passion for nature, a big heart and great love towards family and friends. A man devoted to the love of God and it showed.

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3 responses to “Kevin Kramer”

  1. David Martinez says:

    Our condolences, sorry for your loss.

  2. Gloria Gifford says:

    Debbie & family,
    We’re so sorry to hear about Kevin passing. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Linda Mantz Wheeler says:

    I am so sorry to hear about my cousin Kevin. I had not seen him in years but looking at pictures and reading comments he reminds me of his dad Pat

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