Catherine Krammer passed away at 98 years of age on the morning of March 28, 2022 at her home in Woodbine, Maryland under mysterious circumstances. She leaves behind her son, Kurt, her daughter-in-law, Mary Beth, three granddaughters, Kristen Lawrence (Kevin), Kelsey Hoyt (Matt), Kerry Cunningham (Johnny), four great grandchildren, and a series of clues. Everyone is a suspect.
Fred Roger's once said, " The connections we make in the course of life - maybe that's what heaven is." Mr. Roger’s never had anything but nice things to say about anyone. This is very suspicious, which also makes him a suspect. Catherine believed that if you didn’t have anything nice to say, then you might as well say it and see what happens. Jane Lawrence now lives by these words.
She was born on June 2, 1923 and was raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Catherine was married in 1956 to Ernst Krammer in Austria. They lived in Fishtown, PA, and Catherine enjoyed making toy cars out of sticks and Cheerios for young Kurt. She moved to Maryland in 1986 to live with Kurt and Mary Beth after her beloved Ernst passed away. She enjoyed tricking her grandchildren into eating carrots by telling them it would make their eyesight better. Their eyesight remained just awful.
She also leaves behind distinct memories, like her love of wine and carbs, her ability to overcook pasta, and her love of British murder Mysteries. Her family knows she is now resting at ease knowing that she was able to watch every single episode of every British murder mystery show ever made. It only took all 98 years.
A Celebration of Life will be planned in honor of her 99th birthday on June 4, 2022 at the family home. Additional details to follow. Our family would appreciate donations to Unsolved Mysteries in lieu of flowers.
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