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September 21, 2018

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January 14, 2018
Dear Pat and Connie...

I just heard this about your Dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I will always remember those Sunday visits and all the long and fun talks around our kitchen table or even at the farm. I have two wood figures that your Dad made us and I will cherish them forever. My deepest sympathy to you all an may God Bless.

pmmw/Pat Wospil/Gerber
December 2, 2017
So sorry to hear of the passing of this wonderful father and friend. He will be terribly missed. Fred and Cindy Yaede
December 2, 2017
My wife Caroline send out our Blessings to the Family of Walter Kramarz
December 1, 2017
Dear Pat and Connie and family,
We share your pain at this difficult time at losing our dear Uncle Walt. I wish I had a voice to say the prayer at the graveside that he said at so many veteran gravesides over the years while he proudly played TAPs on the bugle. The prayer that you are familiar with that can be shared with all is as follows:

This banner of love and devotion, the stars and stripesthe Flag of the USA, now being folded, is a living memorial of the courageous thoughts of our comrade, the one you came here to honor this day, Walter P. Kramarz.
The blue fields represent the sky that overlooks our land and denotes the watchfulness of God the Eternal.
The red stripes tell us of the blood, sweat, and tears that have been offered and conquered by our comrades' devotion to the responsible freedom of his Country.
The white stripes boldly proclaim the peace that he helped to bring to our future generations.
This is his flag. This is our spiritual heritage.
Receive it with the tears of our minds and the faith of our hearts. AMEN.

Rest in peace Uncle Walt and God love you.

Raymond and Nancy Czarnecki