Obit: Kramer, Dorothy M. (1920 - 2010)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Bonkoski, Kosmerchock, Kramer, Paulus, Seliger, Stefancin, Willger, Zimmermann
----Source: The Hemer Funeral Home (Medford & Rib Lake, WI) 1/20/2010
Kramer, Dorothy M. (Seliger) (8 JUN 1920 - 7 APR 2010)
Dorothy M. Kramer, age 89, of 624 E. Broadway, Medford, died on April 7, 2010 at Sebring, FL, where she had spent the winter months.
Memorial services will be held at 11:00 AM Thursday, April 29 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Medford, with Father Gerard Willger & Deacon Joe Stefancin officiating. Interment of her cremated remains will take place at Medford Evergreen Cemetery.
Visitation will be at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Medford from 10 AM until time of memorial services at 11 AM on Thursday, April 29.
Dorothy was born on June 8, 1920 at Marathon City, WI, to Joseph and Francis (Smasal) Seliger. She attended Marathon City schools.
On October 1, 1960 at Redwing, MN, she married Robert E. Kramer. He preceded her in death May 26, 1997.
She was a corporate officer and office manager for Kramer Plumbing & Heating in Phillips & Medford from 1959 until her retirement in July 1989. She was an avid curler, golfer, bowler & bridge player. She also did volunteer work at the Medford Hospital and during the winter months she did volunteer work at the hospital & library in Sebring, FL. She was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Medford.
Dorothy is survived by Dudley Paulus of Phillips; Step Son-Richard (Mellodye) Kramer of Fond du Lac, WI; 10 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; 4 great great grandchildren; and brother Don (Shirley) Seliger of Tuscon, AZ.
She is predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Francis (Smasal) Seliger; her first husband, Earl Paulus; siblings, Irene (Jim) Bonkoski, Jeanette (Bud) Kosmerchock & Gerri (Ben) Zimmermann.
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