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, 70, died Jan. 21, 2007, at his home in North Platte.

He was born June 18, 1936, To Ervin and Irene (Palmer) Kramer in Stapleton. He was raised in Stapleton, graduating from Stapleton High School in 1956.

After high school he enlisted in the United States Army and served during the Korean Conflict until 1962. He continued in the National Guard until his discharge in 1976.

He played many of sports and rodeoed until the age of 45. He enjoyed driving Demo Derby Cars and working as a grain inspector. He loved children and felt like you could not receive more love than from a child. He lived a very full and happy life.

Survivors include daughters, Cindy Clinger of Idaho, Shirley (Mark) Konruff, Patty (James) Wilson, and Elizabeth Kramer; sons, Leroy (Mitzi) Kramer of North Platte and Roland (Kelly) Kramer of Hershey; grandchildren, Teana (Adam) Moore, Charles Kramer, Taylor Kramer, Savannah Konruff, Stephanie and Jerry Allen, and Ben and Samantha Scott; great-grandchildren Trezna, Sean and Syerra; a sister, Mary Jordan of Texas; and two brothers, Joe (Judy) Long of Friend and David Kramer of Jacksonville, Flo.; and a special friend, Helen.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Shirley; and a brother, John Kramer.

, 70, died Jan. 21, 2007, at his home in North Platte.

He was born June 18, 1936, To Ervin and Irene (Palmer) Kramer in Stapleton. He was raised in Stapleton, graduating from Stapleton High School in 1956.

After high school he enlisted in the United States Army and served during the Korean Conflict until 1962. He continued in the National Guard until his discharge in 1976.

He played many of sports and rodeoed until the age of 45. He enjoyed driving Demo Derby Cars and working as a grain inspector. He loved children and felt like you could not receive more love than from a child. He lived a very full and happy life.

Survivors include daughters, Cindy Clinger of Idaho, Shirley (Mark) Konruff, Patty (James) Wilson, and Elizabeth Kramer; sons, Leroy (Mitzi) Kramer of North Platte and Roland (Kelly) Kramer of Hershey; grandchildren, Teana (Adam) Moore, Charles Kramer, Taylor Kramer, Savannah Konruff, Stephanie and Jerry Allen, and Ben and Samantha Scott; great-grandchildren Trezna, Sean and Syerra; a sister, Mary Jordan of Texas; and two brothers, Joe (Judy) Long of Friend and David Kramer of Jacksonville, Flo.; and a special friend, Helen.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Shirley; and a brother, John Kramer.

, 70, died Jan. 21, 2007, at his home in North Platte.

He was born June 18, 1936, To Ervin and Irene (Palmer) Kramer in Stapleton. He was raised in Stapleton, graduating from Stapleton High School in 1956.

After high school he enlisted in the United States Army and served during the Korean Conflict until 1962. He continued in the National Guard until his discharge in 1976.

He played many of sports and rodeoed until the age of 45. He enjoyed driving Demo Derby Cars and working as a grain inspector. He loved children and felt like you could not receive more love than from a child. He lived a very full and happy life.

Survivors include daughters, Cindy Clinger of Idaho, Shirley (Mark) Konruff, Patty (James) Wilson, and Elizabeth Kramer; sons, Leroy (Mitzi) Kramer of North Platte and Roland (Kelly) Kramer of Hershey; grandchildren, Teana (Adam) Moore, Charles Kramer, Taylor Kramer, Savannah Konruff, Stephanie and Jerry Allen, and Ben and Samantha Scott; great-grandchildren Trezna, Sean and Syerra; a sister, Mary Jordan of Texas; and two brothers, Joe (Judy) Long of Friend and David Kramer of Jacksonville, Flo.; and a special friend, Helen.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Shirley; and a brother, John Kramer.

, 70, died Jan. 21, 2007, at his home in North Platte.

He was born June 18, 1936, To Ervin and Irene (Palmer) Kramer in Stapleton. He was raised in Stapleton, graduating from Stapleton High School in 1956.

After high school he enlisted in the United States Army and served during the Korean Conflict until 1962. He continued in the National Guard until his discharge in 1976.

He played many of sports and rodeoed until the age of 45. He enjoyed driving Demo Derby Cars and working as a grain inspector. He loved children and felt like you could not receive more love than from a child. He lived a very full and happy life.

Survivors include daughters, Cindy Clinger of Idaho, Shirley (Mark) Konruff, Patty (James) Wilson, and Elizabeth Kramer; sons, Leroy (Mitzi) Kramer of North Platte and Roland (Kelly) Kramer of Hershey; grandchildren, Teana (Adam) Moore, Charles Kramer, Taylor Kramer, Savannah Konruff, Stephanie and Jerry Allen, and Ben and Samantha Scott; great-grandchildren Trezna, Sean and Syerra; a sister, Mary Jordan of Texas; and two brothers, Joe (Judy) Long of Friend and David Kramer of Jacksonville, Flo.; and a special friend, Helen.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Shirley; and a brother, John Kramer.


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