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Robert Allan Kramer, age 73; beloved son of the late Syd and Ann Kramer; loving brother of Barb (Darrell) Heiden and the late Penny (the late Charles) Freeman; fond brother in law of the late Jim Foster; dear uncle of Jimmy (Nicole) Foster, Craig (Becky) Freeman, and Stephanie (Kevin) Enright, and great uncle of Griffin Freeman, Kyle Enright, and Conor Enright. Service and interment will be private. Arrangements entrusted to Lakeshore Jewish Funerals, 773-625-8621
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Continue to obituary Published in Chicago Tribune on July 12, 2020.
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"You were loved very much and will be missed dearly." Barb Heiden
Allen Howard Meyer, age 94, passed away peacefully on July 5, 2020 in Chicago. A true family patriarch, Allen was the loving husband for 68 years of Suzanne, née Novak; father of Lynn (Peter) Gutzmer, Chuck (Carla) Meyer, Nancy (Robert Knight) Meyer, and the late James Meyer; grandfather of Steven (Leslie Bubel) Gutzmer, Danielle Meyer, Andrew Gutzmer, and Jonathan Meyer. Great-grandfather of Samuel Gutzmer. Son of the late Nathan and Bess, née Rubenstein, Meyer. Brother of the late June Becker. Cousin, uncle and friend of many. A life-long Chicagoan, Allen attended Nettelhorst School and Senn High School. He graduated from Harvard University and Northwestern University Law School. Served in the U.S. Army Military Intelligence Service as a Lieutenant from 1945-47 during the post-WWII occupation of Japan. Practiced law in Chicago from 1951-2014. Longtime member and past board member of Temple Sholom of Chicago. He served in leadership positions with the American Legion Post No. 1183 (Chicago Nisei Post) and fought for justice for Japanese Americans, and received the Congressional Gold Medal. Innumerable hobbies included coin and stamp collecting, cartography, genealogy, and horse racing, and he was a voracious reader. A wonderful role model for all those whose lives he touched. Donations may be made to Temple Sholom of Chicago or The Selfhelp Home Chicago. A private graveside service will be held. For Zoom video access, contact a member of the family or Lakeshore Jewish Funerals, 773-625-8621
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Continue to obituary Published in Chicago Tribune on July 8, 2020.
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"Suzanne and Family; Allen was an inspiration, mentor and friend when as I was forming ..." Dr. Jerry Field
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