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Marilyn P.  Kramer

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“So sorry to hear Of Marilyn's passing. We Lived next door to the Kramerr's on Walton Street, Marilyn was shy and very quiet always polite.My mother...Read More »
1 of 22 | Posted by: Michael Antonetti - Chicago, IL

“I lost touch with Marilyn after she moved to NM and still feel bad that we didn't try harder to keep in touch.She stood up at my first wedding,...Read More »
2 of 22 | Posted by: Rosemary Gassner - Downers Grove, IL

“I lost touch with Marilyn after she moved to NM and still feel bad thst we didn't try harder to keep in touch.She stood up at my first wedding, came...Read More »
3 of 22 | Posted by: Rosemary Gassner - Downers Grove, IL

“Aunt Marilyn came into our family by marriage. She made several trips to Lubbock to see Brian and Melissa and little John. Each visit was like a...Read More »
4 of 22 | Posted by: Gaya Perkins - family/friend

“We have known Marilyn since she was 10 years old and living in Chicago. She was always a loving, caring person and will always be remembered. We've...Read More »
5 of 22 | Posted by: Ray & Karen Ketterer Woodridge, Illinois

“Aunt Marilyn was very special to me. We will miss her and cherish the memories. She attended our wedding last August in Hayward, Wisconsin , we had...Read More »
6 of 22 | Posted by: Gary & Tracey Ketterer

“For many years I worked around the corner from Marilyn's Stamps-by-Mail office in Albuquerque. What I remember most about Marilyn was her wit. She...Read More »
7 of 22 | Posted by: Tjnya J Horne - Huntsville, AL

“Chicago Bears! I will miss you very much. God Bless you I hope I will see you in Heaven! I will miss our phone calls and birthday greetings! ”
8 of 22 | Posted by: Leonard Lewis - Los Lunas, NM

“So glad to see you again and enjoyed your company when we were in Hayward. Happy you got to make your trip to Mount Rushmore. My prayers are with you. ”
9 of 22 | Posted by: Norene Divita - Friend

“I met Marilyn some 26 years ago when we were both window clerks at the Main Post Office. I remember her mom coming to pick us up for lunch and share...Read More »
10 of 22 | Posted by: Rosemary Chavez - Albuquerque, NM

“Marilyn would always make me laugh and I loved seeing her and helping her with Stamps by Mail. I remember helping her carry all the orders...Read More »
11 of 22 | Posted by: Nadine - Albuquerque, NM - friend

“I've known Marilyn for a very long time, but we became closer friends after she adopted a rescue dog from me. She was ready to accept a new dog in...Read More »
12 of 22 | Posted by: Shirley Montano - Rio Rancho, NM

“Marilyn was my co-orker at the main post office and my prayer partner with my prayer group. A few of us "postal folks" , Sue and Tom, Kathy, Lydia,...Read More »
13 of 22 | Posted by: alice lopez - albuquerque, NM

“Myself and my sisters Vicki and Leslie all had the joy of working with Marilyn for about 20 years. 8 years ago our Mother and her mother, our...Read More »
14 of 22 | Posted by: Lori Goen - Albuq., NM

“Marilyn has been a good friend for many many years through good and bad. She was always considered part of our family. My girls have always called...Read More »
15 of 22 | Posted by: Carol anderson

“Marliyn was my best friend, we became good friends because we both loved to collect dolls and realized we had alot of other things in common, we got...Read More »
16 of 22 | Posted by: Troylyn Sisneros - corpus christi, TX

“Marilyn was a people person. She loved to be around people. Who could work the window for that many years and not be a people person? She was...Read More »
17 of 22 | Posted by: Tom Anderson - Rio Rancho, NM

“I had known Marilyn since we worked together at the "Station G" office way back in 1983. She had a dry sense of humor that kept us all laughing. She...Read More »
18 of 22 | Posted by: Shirley Griffith

“Worked with Marilyn @ Main Office Windows. We, along with Tony Moya and Leon Garcia would give Joe Wasson our supervisor such a hard time. So many...Read More »
19 of 22 | Posted by: Lydia Sanchez-Parra - Albuquerque, NM

“Marilyn never was big on open affection. I however am a big huger. We first became friends when we worked together at the Main Post Office. When ...Read More »
20 of 22 | Posted by: Sue Ginocchio-Tully - Albuquerque, NM

“Marilyn was a good friend. We shared many a good meal together. I saw her often after her retirement and was glad she was enjoying it. She was a...Read More »
21 of 22 | Posted by: Kathleen Daniels - Albuquerque, NM

“On behalf of the French Family of Companies, we express our deepest condolences. ”
22 of 22 | Posted by: Dave Slaten

KRAMER - Marilyn P. Kramer died at home on Thursday, February 24, 2011. Marilyn was born in Chicago, IL on August 3, 1946 and moved to New Mexico with her mother, Phyllis after the death of her father, Joseph Kramer Sr. She was preceded in death by her mother and brothers, John Kramer and Joseph Kramer Jr. Marilyn retired after over 30 years with the US Postal Service where her favorite activity was interacting with her fellow co-workers and friends. She was one of those people that gave her heart to those around her and will be missed by so many. Her family includes her nieces, Kathryn Kramer-Turner (Rolla, MO) and Elizabeth Benderman; her nephews, Ken Kramer (Wichita, KS), Jim Kramer (Frisco, TX), Brian Kramer (Lubbock, TX) and Joe Kramer; and her two sisters in-law, Marilyn Kramer (Carrollton, TX) and Diane Kramer. Marilyn also had many great-nieces and great-nephews who will hold their memories of her in their hearts. Friends may visit French ~ Wyoming Chapel Friday, March 4, 2011, from 2:00 until 8:00 p.m. Services will be held at French ~ Wyoming Chapel also on Friday at 3:00 p.m. Interment will take place in Chicago, IL. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to your local animal shelter or a charity of your choice.

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