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Harry J. Will Funeral Home

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI

OBITUARY

Lillian Kramer

February 24, 1930August 11, 2019
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Lillian Kramer born February 24, 1930 passed away at the age of 89 on August 11, 2019. beloved wife of the late William john Kramer. Proud mother of Douglas (Rose) Kramer, the late David (Mary) Kramer and late Gary Kramer. Cherished grandmother of Brain Kramer, William Kramer, Joshua Kramer, Katelyn Kramer and Danielle Kramer. Dear great grandmother of Isabella Sorice. Dearest sister of Theresa Coleman and the late Felix, Henrietta, Marie, Nan, Yvonne and Frank.

Lillian is a devout catholic and a member of St. Mary Cause of Our Joy Catholic Church. In her free time she enjoyed painting pictures of scenery or flowers with oil paints. Her and her late husband William would often spend many summers away at their cabin in the U.P and she enjoyed working in the yard and taking care of her garden up there. When she was younger she was apart of the Detroit Skate Club and she loved to golf. Lillian will be missed and cherished by many.

Visitation will be held Thursday August 15th from 2-8pm at Harry J Will Funeral Home in Livonia. Continued visitation Friday August 16th at 12:30pm until time of mass at 1pm at St.Mary Cause of Our Joy.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 15, 2019
  • Funeral In State Friday, August 16, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, August 16, 2019

Memories

Lillian Kramer

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Barbara Moore

August 15, 2019

Mr and Mrs Kramer were are neighbors on Orangelawn in Livonia. I remember Mrs Kramer always asking if she could cut roses off my mom's rose bushes that grew along the entire fence line. They smelled beautiful in the early morning with the windows open. I can recall Bill and Lil always playing Yahtzee in the evening at the picnic table. She would yell out Yahtzee, laugh and say to Bill, I won again !! May you rest in peace Lillian. You are now with Bill, Gary, and David. Thank you being one of the neighborhood moms who always watched out for us kids on Orangelawn.
Denny and Barbara (Morterud) Moore

Joan Blackwell Wedes

August 15, 2019

I think of Mrs. Kramer so often... how she used to stand at the fence and gossip with my mom, how the two of them would do air force calisthenics in our living room, and the many times my mom hosted "Lil and Bill" for card club. RIP Mrs. Kramer. Mine was just one of the many lives you touched.

Bob & Debi Newman

August 13, 2019

Ma Kramer was like a second mother to us, and many of Gary, Dave's and Doug's friends. Her home was were all of us could hang out watch tv, play games, at any hour of the day or night. We were welcome anytime.
On Sunday's Mr. Kramer and Lil would make spareribs for anyone that was there, or just happened to stop by. Always glad to see any of us. They were the first to have a pool in the neighborhood, and we were always welcome to come and swim. She was a very loving and generous person.
We will keep her memory in our hearts.
Bob & Debi Newman

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