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Cynthia “Cindy” Lynnette (Kramer) Brown

  • On June 4, 2021

Cynthia “Cindy” Lynnette (Kramer) Brown, age 52 of Norman, OK, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, May 14, 2021 at (OU) University of Oklahoma Medical Center.

She was born on June 16, 1968 in Pittsburgh, PA to the late Robert Edward Tomblin and the late Shirley Anne (Kramer) Knox. She was the wife of Johnny Brown.

Cindy was employed with Burger King, Walmart, Lloyd Noble Center and Rosewood Manor Living throughout her lifetime.

She was an avid reader who enjoyed cooking, crossword puzzles, listening to music, singing, dancing, bargain shopping, socializing with friends, watching Soap Operas, The Price is Right, Cold Case Files, Law & Order SVU was her favorite show to watch. Cindy also Loved her Family and Loved to make people laugh and would bust out a “Rap” that would blow your mind.

Cindy is survived by three sons Michael James Kramer of Bruceton, WV, Justin Ramon Kramer of Sayre, OK and Travis Ray Kramer of Butler, PA, two grandsons, Tayvon Isiah Reed, Kyrell Nazir Kramer, two granddaughters, Isabella Marie Kramer, Amira Lynn Kramer.

Surviving in addition are ten siblings, Dora Robinson, Robin (Norman) Kramer-Tucker, Leslie (Nizam) Cole all of Edwardsville, PA, Shirley (Timothy) Kramer, Robert Kramer, Sr. both of New Kensington, PA, Donald (Toni) Brown of Burgettstown, PA, Velda Tomblin of Pittsburgh, PA, Allison Tomblin of Fort Washington, MD, Twila (Paul) Brown and Brandon (Amie) Brown both of Bulger, PA.

She also leaves to cherish her memory several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, a special cousin Arthur Miller, a special companion of 20 years Leon “Lee” Frazier and a special friend Joyce Sisson.

She is also preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Ossie Lee and Dora Estelle (Iverson) Tomblin and her maternal grandparents John Robert and Catherine Ann (Coleman) Kramer, a sister Dineen Kramer, a nephew Robert Kramer, Jr. and a very special second father Donald Lenwood Brown Sr.

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Helen Ohrman
Rest with god Cindy . Your life had meaning. Your forever in hearts of those you touched throughout the years.