Aycock Funeral Home Young & Prill Chapel

6801 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart, FL


Dorothy Ann Kramer

December 1, 1940January 22, 2020
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Dorothy Ann ( Landherr) Kramer, 79, passed away Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at Martin Memorial South Hospital, Stuart, FL.

She was born December 1, 1940 in Philadelphia, PA., daughter of the late Joseph E. and Grace T. (McGinley) Landherr. In addition to her parents, Dorothy was also preceded in death by her beloved husband, William Kramer, brothers Edward and Joseph Landherr, and sister Barbara Landherr Baker. She is survived by sisters Sandra Landherr of Stuart, FL. and Nancy (Landherr) Heinzl of Bucks County, PA, her faithful dog, Billy Boy, as well as many nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated Monday February 3, 2020 at 11:00 am at St. Andrews Catholic Church, 2100 SE Cove Rd., Stuart, FL.

In Dolly’s memory, memorial donations may be directed to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) P.O. Box 96929, Washington, DC 20090-6929.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home Young and Prill, Stuart, FL.


  • William Kramer, Husband (deceased)
  • Joseph E Landherr, Father (deceased)
  • Grace T (McGinley) Landherr, Mother (deceased)
  • Edward Landherr, Brother (deceased)
  • Joseph Landherr, Brother (deceased)
  • Barbara Landherr Baker, Sister (deceased)
  • Sandra Landherr, Sister
  • Nancy (Landherr) Heinzl, Sister
  • Harry Heinzl, Brother-in-law
  • Catherine McLaughlin Landherr, Sister-in-law
  • Carol Vorse Landherr, Sister-in-law
  • Patrick J. Baker, Brother-in-law
  • Billy Boy (Faithful Dog), Dog
  • Dorothy also leaves behind many nieces and nephews


  • Memorial Mass Monday, February 3, 2020


Dorothy Ann Kramer

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Sandra Landherr

February 13, 2020

It has been a little while now since you have been gone. I miss you very much. Should have never gone that way. I want to call you when I leave work to tell you I am on my way home.....but I can't. Everyone in our community misses your smile and your kindness. They can't believe you are not here at bingo. You will never know how many friends you had here....I think you can see. Very lonely without you. I will love and miss you forever until we see each other again. Your sister always, Sandy and Billy Boy

Christopher Millspaugh

February 3, 2020

Dolly was an amazing person. I loved her with all of my heart and she was, and always will be, a dear part of our family. We have so many amazing memories that will live on in our hearts forever. I love you Dolly and I hope you and Billy had a great reunion!

Kimberly Millspaugh

February 3, 2020

Dolly had the biggest heart and the sweetest demeanor. Never a judgement against anybody. She was always full of life and very caring. God received a good one into heaven. She is now with Billy and she is in a piece of everyone that knew her. I am very blessed to have known her and a part of her life.

Marie Wiley

February 2, 2020

Lew and I knew you and Bill early on, when we all lived on Monarch!! The fun at the pool—you always had a smile and were so sweet. We will surely miss you. You are home now. I’ll think of you at bingo every Monday night!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️Marie and Lew 💐💐🌸🌸🌸🌼🌼🌼

Grayce R. Heim

February 1, 2020

Aunt Dolly,

Thank you for being my wonderful godmother over all these years. You and Uncle Bill were always so good to all of us!

I will miss chatting with you. You were always interested in everything we were doing.

John’s words were so perfect,”You always loved us and all of us will always love you too !”😘

Grayce R. Heim

February 1, 2020

John Heinzl

January 31, 2020

We'll always love you Aunt Dolly, as you always loved us!

I'll always remember the Thanksgiving holidays at your home in Philadelphia. Uncle Bill made such good meals. It was always so nice to have the family together!

We know you are in a much better place now, with your mom and dad, Uncle Bill, Uncle Eddie, Uncle Snokey/Joe, and Aunt Barbara.

Love always,
The Heinzl Family: John, Cathy, Owen and Lauren

Barbara Knipe

January 26, 2020

Bill and I were so lucky to have met Dolly when she would come to PA to visit her sister Sandy and then eventually live here for awhile. We will always remember her sweet smile and lovely personality. She enjoyed talking about her family and the good old days. She had a way of lighting up a room and she will be dearly missed. May her soul rest in peace. We join your circle of friends and family who wish to bring consolation during this time of grief.
Our Deepest Sympathy,
Barbara & Bill Knipe

Carol Landherr

January 24, 2020

Dolly was my sister in law for most of my life. She was also my friend who helped me when I needed it, We had a lot of fun together along with my brother in law Bill at the Campground. She will always be a part of my life and I will miss her.