Kenneth C. Kramer

June 11, 1953March 19, 2021

Kenneth C. Kramer, 67, died Friday, March 19, 2021. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Ken and his wife Kathleen moved to FL 19 years ago. Kenneth was a volunteer Firefighter in East Farmingdale, NY and a Transit Officer with the NYPD, giving years of service to the communities he loved. Kenneth is survived by his wife, Kathy Kramer, his brothers John (Valerie) Kramer, Richard (Kathy) Kramer, Kevin (Karen) Kramer, Andy (Ginny) Kramer, many nieces and nephews, and five four-legged fur babies. Kennethโ€™s love for his pets also insures that many of his beloved fur babies are waiting for him on the Rainbow Bridge.


  • Visitation

    Monday, March 22, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021

  • Burial

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021


Kenneth C. Kramer

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Ralph Marucci

March 28, 2021

Joined the TPD with Ken. 12/1/80. Where have the years gone? Played league softball together. Ken was one of the strongest and nicest men I ve ever known. Whatever caused his death is not stronger than his great heart!! God Bless his family now and always!

Janet King Remmert

March 22, 2021

I remember you throwing the snow ball at me and our garage window became a memory, as I remember the driving lesson on Southern state to 109 in the Duster which scared even you.. I remember how we launched an attack on my sister with the whip cream can that went airborne and hit the kitchen cabinet. I remember the good times. May you rest easy now, among family and the angels. Peace be with you, Janet

Donna Stempert

March 22, 2021

Uncle Kenny, our gentle giant. Thank you for all the love and memories you have given all of us. The stories of our reunion and your infamous french toast are still told to this day.
We are all so saddened by our loss but comforted by the smile that we all share whenever we talk about "Uncle Kenny."

With our love,
Your nieces and nephews in Charleston, SC

Linda (Suber) Zuhri

March 22, 2021

I am saddened to hear of your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Kenny in Dist. 30. A kind person with a perpetual smile. God bless him and keep him always.

Anthony Lomanto

March 22, 2021

From President Mike Lanning and the Executive Board and members of the NYC Retired Transit Police Officers Association, our deepest condolences and sympathies to Kathleen and the entire Kramer family on the passing of our Lifetime Member, Ret. Police Officer Kenneth Kramer. He will be missed by many of his fellow retirees from the best Transit Police Department ever.
Rest in Peace, Ken.

Peter & Judith Saul

March 22, 2021

Kathy Judy And I are at a loss. May Kenny R.I.P. with the angels We will always hold you and Kenny in our Hearts Love you forever

Paula Gillen

March 22, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Kenny. It has been a long time since I have seen the both of you, but share many happy memories. I will never forget when he introduced us to you and we were so honored to be invited to your wedding. You both included us in all of your family gatherings and we spent many holidays and special days together.
Rest easy Ken, fly with the angels.

Ed Mignone

March 21, 2021

Rest In Peace to my NYC Transit Police and East Farmingdale FD Brother....

William Hall

March 21, 2021

Rest in Peace Ken,
Transit Cops Are Tops and you are one of the reasons why.

Debbie Crandall

March 21, 2021

Kathy, so sorry for this news about KC. I didn't know he was sick.
To my dear old friend near and/or far. KC and Kathy always welcomed my son, Dave and I during our visits. Will miss him now and forever. Fly high my dear friend. RIP