Alan Cramer

April 21, 2009

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Visitation:
4/21/2009 16:00:00

Visitation 2:
4/21/2009 16:00:00

Service:
4/25/2009 10:00:00

Alan J. Cramer, age 66 passed away on Tuesday April 21, 2009 at his home. He was born on November 21, 1942 in North Auburn, Ohio to the late Fred and Marie (Niedermier) Cramer. He is a member of the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, the Willard Moose, American Legion and Eagles. He is a member of the Volunteer Tiro/Auburn Fire Department and is a retired farmer. He was also the owner of the Tiro Tavern for over 30 years.
He is survived by one sister, Bernadette Hipp of Norwalk, Ohio; four brothers, Roland Cramer of Tiro, Ohio, Louis Cramer of Attica, Ohio, Virgil Cramer of Attica, Ohio and Earl Cramer of New Washington, Ohio and numerous nieces and nephews.
He is proceded in death by his parents, and one sister, Winifred Meyers
A memorial mass will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2009 at the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church in North Auburn, Ohio at 10:00 A.M., with Fr. Tommy Rodrigues officiating. Burial will follow at the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Cemetery in North Auburn, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to HomeCare Matters Home Health and Hospice of Galion, Ohio. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com

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Sherrie Hall and Jerimiah Crager - Apr 25, 2009

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Cramer family. Al was a very kind person, He will be missed. God Bless you Al.

Jeanette & Ron Brown - Apr 25, 2009

To Al’s family and close friends,
It’s hard to believe Al has left us. Not only in selling the tavern but from here on earth. Al has been a friend to us and our parents for many years.
Al always had time to strike up a conversation with our retired dads when they stopped in the tavern, like he did with so many people.
He will be missed by us all. We’re just sorry he didn’t get to enjoy a little more time on earth but that wasn’t in God’s plan. I am sure he is enjoying his eternal life without having any pain and suffering of his sickness.
With our sympathy
Ron and Jeanette

Tiro Tavern Golf Team - Apr 24, 2009

Our condolences to Al’s family. He sponsored our golf team at Woody Ridge for many years for which we were all greatly appriciative. We have lost a good friend and he will be sorely missed by all.
Dave Roberts, Kevin Garner, Kelly Stanford, Bob Jester

Pam (Smith) Saunders - Apr 24, 2009

To the family and brother Louis you all have my Deepest Sympathy in the loss of Al. He was a very close friend of mine who will be deeply missed. He had alot of good friends and always enjoyed himself on his days off and at work. I know the angels will gladly take care of him now!
Pam Saunders

Dick & Mary Ann Clady - Apr 24, 2009

To the Cramer Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Alan was a good and generous man and we are indebited to him for all he did for the Burger family. He will be greatly missed.

Madelyn Laughbaum - Apr 23, 2009

I wanted to extend My Deepest Sympathy to Alan’s family. He was a great guy, who will be missed by everyone who knew him. You are all in my thoughts at this difficult time.

tim cline - Apr 23, 2009

My condolences go out to the family.I grew up in tiro and some of my fondest memories as a child were playing pool and eating als great cheese burgers.And on holloween when us kids were aloud to pick out a candy bar.Al and your family will be in my prayers.

Roger Heydinger - Apr 23, 2009

Our thoughts and prayers are with Al’s family. The memories of hunting with him and the great “wild game” dinners he provided will be missed.

Russ and Marti Keller - Apr 23, 2009

Dear Cramer Family;
Russ and I and our children, Zach, Holly, Kyle, Matt, Meredith, and Peter want to extend our deepest sympathy to all of you in your time of loss of Al. We have enjoyed his ability to have a new joke for us everytime we visited “The Tavern” for dinner. Russ and Zach have enjoyed every hunting story that Al would share. Peter and Meredith are already complaining that their favorite pool table is gone. Al’s generosity to the community, by donations, to little league, church and gun raffles and other civic organizations that walked through the door will
not be forgotten. He will be missed by The Keller’s. Much sympathy to you all.

Robert Lucius&Family - Apr 23, 2009

Alan and I have been lifetime friends,school classmates and neighbors. I will miss him and I extend my sympathy to his family.
Robert Lucius

Mindy Utz - Apr 23, 2009

My thoughts and prayers to Al’s family. He was a kind man who always had a smile and a good story to tell. May God carry you through this difficult time.

Marlene&Howard Cuppy - Apr 22, 2009

We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the family of Al. He was a good friend and will be missed by many.

Brian Shell - Apr 22, 2009

I am very sorry for your loss Alan was a good freind to me and everyone around him I will miss him but never forget him god bless him and all his family . Bian Shell

Rosie & Charlie Stump - Apr 22, 2009

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Alan. He was our neighbor and our friend.