Carrie Ramona (Clark) Kramer

Carrie Ramona (Clark) Kramer

Carrie Ramona (Clark) Kramer passed away peacefully at home on Friday, August 21, 2015.
Carrie was a remarkable woman with a bottomless heart overflowing with love, which she gave so easily to us all. She was strong and opinionated, and had a wonderful sense of humor that she shared with us often.  She has left us with so many memories to keep us smiling. Those of us she has loved are truly blessed to be a part of her.
She spent 37 years caring for strangers as an LPN at Harrisburg Hospital, receiving commendations for her heroism, leadership, and quick thinking during a fire. Together with her husband, they opened their home to upwards of 90 foster children over 23 years.
She leaves behind her devoted husband of 60 years, Hank, 7 children and their spouses: Melody (Bill) Barry, Cindy (Doug) Twombley, Steven (Patty) Kramer, Nancy (Tim) Rhoads, Susan Kramer, Paul Kramer, Matthew Kramer; 16 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren, and her best friend of 71 years, Thelma Van Elden.
She joins in heaven her 7 brothers and sisters, mom and dad, daughter Lynn Ann, and so many friends who she has loved and missed.

Viewing will be held on Thursday, August 27, 2015 from 10AM-11AM at the Sullivan Funeral Home, Enola.

Services will begin at 11AM.

Burial will be in Enola Cemetery.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Kramer family.




We were so very priviledged to sit with Carrie during church services at Grace and Truth. She was a SPECIAL lady. She loved to sing the old hymns and most Sundays struggled to stand to sing however, she STOOD and sometimes needed to sit down before the hymn was completed. We trust she is enjoying HEAVEN and know she would want all of you to rejoice at her homegoing.
Lord Bless all of you!! Although we can not come in from Ohio, please know that our prayers will be with all of you and we will be there in spirit. Love to the family Bev and Don.


Sister Carrie always enjoyed all of her children. Her life with Brother Hank & their children, and the children they provided a home for during her time here, It was like a special mission she was on. One of the things she enjoyed so much was Christmas. Every child had gifts no matter the number. She was devoted to her family. She will be missed but we rejoice in her homegoing at this time. Lord Bless all of you!


My great-Aunt Carrie was a huge part of my childhood life and will always be so.
Rest in peace, Aunt Carrie, as your love and light shines brightly in our hearts.


Words can not explain the emptiness and void I fee in my heart right now, there are no words that will make the pain of losing you any easier, but know that I am comforted in knowing that your with Jesus now and your no longer suffering. We will always have the memories that you left us with. You fought so hard for so long and you truly are my hero, noone is as wonderful as MY mammaw fluff, please know that as we walk this journey to heal since you left us here on earth to rejoice in our Lord jesus's presence, we will cry not because you left but because all we have left is memories,these memories are now worth more than any thing in this world. We love you our beautiful angel, sore high until we meet again...I LOVE YOU MAMMAW

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