Larry E. KRAMER
1962 - 2021
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KRAMER, Larry (Age 58) Larry Eugene Kramer of Hayden, Idaho, passed away on the early morning of March 4, 2021. Larry was born in Spokane, Washington on August 7, 1962 to Joe Kramer and Lois Wright Kramer. Larry grew up as the youngest of four sisters and two brothers on his family's farm in Fruitland, WA. He attended Columbia School through his adolescence, graduating in 1981. Over the next years of his life, Larry enjoyed working on movie sets and living in California. Eventually, his path led him back to Washington where he worked security in multiple facets at various venues including malls and casinos. Larry was very proud of the work he did to help ensure safety and regulations throughout his career. Besides working, Larry also enjoyed collecting and maintaining all kinds of guns, knives and vehicles. He loved to hunt, and loved to relax with his collection of all different types of movies or playing a card game with his family. Larry courted and wed Bonnie on March 3, 2013 at the Coeur d'Alene Hitching post. They resided in Spokane Valley, Post Fall ID, and ended their journey together at their Hayden, ID home. Larry is survived by Bonnie Kramer, Jeanne Rinehart (Steve) of Yakima, WA, George Kramer (Rachel) of Rathdrum, ID, Joe Kramer of Fruitland, WA, and 20 nieces and nephews. His mom and dad, Joe and Lois Kramer, and his sisters, Betty Dubois, Shirlie MacMillan, and Ruth Richardson preceded Larry in death. Bell Tower Funral Home, Post Falls, ID

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Published in Spokesman-Review on Mar. 21, 2021.
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