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William R. Kramer

  • On August 7, 2020
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William R. Kramer, age 98, of Upper St. Clair passed on Thursday August 6, 2020 after living a full and wonderful life filled with happiness and the intense love of his family!  A World War II U.S. Army Veteran, Bill was a successful family owned businessperson and was an extremely talented golfer , having played golf for Pitt all four years and then going on to win the Men’s Club Championship 16 times over 6 decades at St. Clair Country Club. The Championship is now known as The Kramer Cup.  Bill was the best Dad to Pam, Bill and his wife Cathy, and Bonnie and her husband Chuck.  He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Patti, as well as his brother Jim.  Bill leaves behind many wonderful memories with his grandchildren Kristi, Kim, Jack, Dan, Caity, Meghan, Emily, Cindi and Anne-Marie, as well as his 13 great grandchildren Alex, Ava, Samantha, Finn, Aidan, Bennett, Mollie, Logan, Sienna, Lincoln, Mason, Vayda, and Eliza.  Also his niece Nancy and nephews Gary, Gordy and Jamie.  To celebrate Bill’s rich and fulfilling life, the family will be planning a celebration in his honor on what would be his 100th birthday on August 13, 2021.

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Nancy Krakauer
  • Aug 13 2020
Uncle Bill was an amazing man. He was still smart and sharp as ever living without assistance at his beautiful home until 3 weeks before he died. He was surrounded by love in his final days with his amazing legacy of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He traveled the world but loved being home with his family just as much as he loved exploring the world. I was so glad I got to see him last September and enjoyed every minute I had talking to him. He was a wealth of information and experiences. I love him and his wonderful family. I was lucky to have him in my life. Love and condolences to his family and many friends he accumulated along the way.
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