Condolence From: Donna and Tom Bailey, Westerville, OH
Condolence: We were so sorry to hear about Don's passing. He was our thoughtful and caring neighbor on Scottsdale Ct. We delighted in having visits from his Grandson Ethan and his dog Bella. We send our sympathy to his family and friends. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Condolence From: Bill & Tompos, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: We are sorry Don Kramer's family has had to say good-bye to Don. Don and Marsha were neighbors on Scottsdale Court. We got to know them at neighborhood gatherings during the time they lived in our court. Don was a kind man. Accept our condolences.
Sheila and Bill Tompos
Condolence From: Sheila Kramer, Orlando, Florida
Condolence: Having Don was great! We lost touch but reconnected in 2019. I will always remember him as a caring and loving uncle who always gave me a strong arm to hold as a child. He and Aunt Marsha were kind and loving to my brother and I. They had shown a small child who was curious how to handle and learn. I remember Uncle Don teaching my brother how to play golf with our grandfather. I would look forward to visiting our family every summer for 2 weeks in Ohio and wishing there was more time.
Condolence From: Donald Still, westerville, OH
Condolence: I remember visiting Don at work at Huntington when Al Mueller introduced us. Also remember moving things to the home on Spring Road. Great man and also always reaching out to help other. God bless
Condolence From: Betty Creagan, Hilliard, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss. Don was a wonderful friend and listener and always gave advice when needed. He will be missed by all who knew him. Many blessings to the family.
Condolence From: Cindy Seaman Tolford, Pickerington, OH
Condolence: Having worked for Don for many years at Huntington Bank I would like to offer my sincerest sympathies to his family. We had a nice, cohesive staff during that time and that had a lot to do with Don's style of staff management. We enjoyed many fun times. May fond memories sustain you during your time of sadness. God bless all of you.
Condolence From: Corlene Adams, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Prayers to his family. I was so fortunate to spend time with him this past few years. A more caring person there will never be.