Rose Hill Funeral Home & Rose Hill Burial Park

2565 Princeton Rd., Hamilton, OH


Geoffrey L. Bramer

24 February, 19793 November, 2019

LCpl Geoffrey L. Bramer, age 40, passed away on Sunday, November 3, 2019.

He was born on February 24, 1979 to Mary and Steve Hurd. Geoffrey honorably served his country in the United States Marine Corps for four years, where he was stationed in Okinawa. He is survived by his parents; brothers Thomas (Marie-Luise) Bramer, Matthew Bramer, William (Rachel) Bramer; nephews Carson and Ryan; nieces Jessica and Isabella; and many numerous aunts, uncles, and friends. Visitation will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 9:30am until 11:30am at the Rose Hill Funeral Home. Funeral Service will follow on Saturday at 11:30am at the funeral home. Interment, with military honors, at Rose Hill Burial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to Racing4Vets, In Care of Kerin Banfield, 11725 Commons Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45246 or http://www.racing4vets.org/cincinnati-oh/.


  • Geoffrey is survived by his parents; brothers Thomas (Marie-Luise) Bramer, Matthew Bramer, William (Rachel) Bramer; nephews Carson and Ryan; nieces Jessica and Isabella; and many numerous aunts, uncles, and friends.


  • Visitation Saturday, 9 November , 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, 9 November , 2019
  • Interment Saturday, 9 November , 2019


Geoffrey L. Bramer

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Mike Vogel

6 November 2019

I met Geoff while working a Klei mower, we immediately became friends. (Both vet's) We spent some time together doing a few things. He invited me to go racing for vets and I did, he was simply amazing behind the wheel. I am so sad he is gone, he was a perfect example of someone who could become such a good friend in a very short period of time. Rest in peace my friend.

Debbie Tumulty

6 November 2019

We may have only known by small talk at the track. When I told Austin of your passing he took it hard. When I ask him why he said "he is just a really nice guy". Your smile and presence will be missed. Thanks for being a really nice guy.

Tony Cole

6 November 2019

I can hardly write this without crying, Geof was not only my friend but my brother. My heart hurts so much, but my pray is that God will take him into his loving arms. G I love and will miss you terrible until we meet again R.I.P

Helen Brehm

5 November 2019

Geoff and I shared so many moments from high school until recent years. I’m at a loss for words for the loss of such a loving person whom touched so many lives and gave selflessly. May our memories remind us of his love for each of us. I’ll always love my brother “Turkey” and I’ll miss my friend Geoff. My love and condolences to his family whom I’ve been blessed to know. May comfort through love and memories meet you all throughout this difficult leg of life’s journey. Godspeed. Until VanHalia... Semper Fi

Mike Reckers

5 November 2019

I worked with Geoffrey several years ago at an auto repair shop. A few months ago I connected with him on Facebook messenger. Geoff was on his way back from a race. We messaged back and forth about the racing4vets program and how it helped him with his struggles. Racing 4 vets was a definite highlight in his life

Rex Johnson

5 November 2019

I will forever keep you close. I always looked forward to seeing you and valued all of our discussions about life. Your heart was immense. The genuine love you had for people was true and your drive to dive in and get things done will be unmatched. You will be missed my brother. I will always think of you everyone I reached for that 10mm too. May God love you for all eternity. I will see you at the track! Love ya Bubs....

Isabella Bramer

5 November 2019

Bill Bramer

5 November 2019

Chris Stagnoli

5 November 2019

Geoff was one of the nicest people I’d ever met, I got the pleasure of meeting him while he was in Fort Thomas. I asked him to look at my truck for me because it was missing and he jumped under the hood right then, at 10:30PM after a meeting. He will be missed my many in our community.

Jessica Bramer

5 November 2019