Don....Working with you and your Father for many years brought me in contact with Kathie many time at many events. She was a lovely lady and will surely be missed. Our condolences to you and your family.
I was introduced to the Cramers by my friend Susan. I had never met anyone like Kathy before. She had the keenest wit and the biggest heart of anyone I've ever known. She was the kind of friend we should all aspire to be. I will miss her.
Don and family,
We remember Kathy fondly for her friendship and support when I started working at the library at Eastern, Dennis and I remember her and the adventures with Dungeons and Dragons fondly,
Kathie and I spent many hours working on the student systems at EMU. She was my mentor and good friend. We could talk about programming, science fiction stories, and pets. I'll always remember her refusals at work to take a kitten my husband and I had found, but a call at home asking if she and Don could stop over for a 'pre-adoption interview.' They ended up taking Mr. Furr. I'll miss her a lot.
I will miss Kathie...her laugh, her wit and her "to the point" commentary. She was a great friend and an imaginative gamer!
It has been my privilege to be her friend.
May the souls of the faithfully departed rest in peace. We considered Kathy our friend and her legacy will live on in the persons she touched. God Bless you all.
Nicolas Sr. and Jennifer Haroney Dexter Michigan
My condolences to her family. I knew Cathy from my time working In Financial Aid and our Student Aid Management system.
I will always remember playing my first computer games (Space Invaders) with Aunt Kathie and Unlce Don. She always smiled when my family was able to come visit. I'm so happy that I was able to spend time with her in both my childhood and my adult years. It was always fun to listen to her comments as she played her computer games and demolished her opponents. She will be missed dearly, but I look forward to seeing her and our many loved ones again one day in Heaven.