In memory of
Stanford Cramer
In memory of
Stanford Cramer
February 3, 1940 – June 21, 2020 Stanford Cramer, father, husband, and lifelong automotive dealer made his final & greatest sale on Father's Day Sunday, June 21, 2020 in his retirement home of Tucson, Arizona at the age of 80. Stanford was born on February 3, 1940 to his proud parents, Harry & Helen Cramer, and welcomed by his ten-year-old sister, Joan Cramer (Hirsh). Harry had acquired the rights to start an Oldsmobile dealership the prior year, and the family was thrilled to be blessed with a son to continue the budding legacy. Stan loved any form of transportation with a motor – planes, trains, and automobiles. He obtained his pilot's license as a teenager and was a lifetime AOPA member. He collected Lionel trains as a child and worked his entire life next to train tracks in Steelton & Middletown. Stan joined his father out of high school at Cramer Oldsmobile, and never looked back. While attempting to stuff his beloved great dane into the back seat of a Triumph sports car, he caught the eye of the love of his life, Linda, innocently working at the soda fountain across the street. Together over fifty years, Lynn was his muse and inspiration. They had a love story for the ages, interrupted only by his calling home from a higher power. Their love was boundless, matched only by their love for their children and grandchildren. Stanford's living legacy starts with Linda. Their son Solomon Cramer (Beth) gave him two grandchildren, Theodore & Sadie Cramer. Their daughter Michele Leon-Vittitow (Jeremy) blessed him with two grandsons, Jonathan & Tyler Leon. "Pop" left memories that will last a lifetime. Stan loved to tell stories, and make people laugh. His favorite outfit was his "black and white" suit – two suits cut down the middle and stitched together – to advertise "the difference between us and the competition is black and white!" Memorable wherever he went, and to everyone he met. Stan was a lifelong defender of the rights of small business. In lieu of donations…please patronize your favorite small business restaurant and lift a glass in Stan's memory. Enjoy a wonderful meal and tell your favorite story of him. He will enjoy that, and it will give him a smile. His family has chosen a private service and welcomes any remembrances from his many friends. www.pennlive.com/obits
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In memory of
Stanford Cramer
February 3, 1940 – June 21, 2020 Stanford Cramer, father, husband, and lifelong automotive dealer made his final & greatest sale on Father's Day Sunday, June 21, 2020 in his retirement home of Tucson, Arizona at the age of 80. Stanford was born on February 3, 1940 to his proud parents, Harry & Helen Cramer, and welcomed by his ten-year-old sister, Joan Cramer (Hirsh). Harry had acquired the rights to start an Oldsmobile dealership the prior year, and the family was thrilled to be blessed with a son to continue the budding legacy. Stan loved any form of transportation with a motor – planes, trains, and automobiles. He obtained his pilot's license as a teenager and was a lifetime AOPA member. He collected Lionel trains as a child and worked his entire life next to train tracks in Steelton & Middletown. Stan joined his father out of high school at Cramer Oldsmobile, and never looked back. While attempting to stuff his beloved great dane into the back seat of a Triumph sports car, he caught the eye of the love of his life, Linda, innocently working at the soda fountain across the street. Together over fifty years, Lynn was his muse and inspiration. They had a love story for the ages, interrupted only by his calling home from a higher power. Their love was boundless, matched only by their love for their children and grandchildren. Stanford's living legacy starts with Linda. Their son Solomon Cramer (Beth) gave him two grandchildren, Theodore & Sadie Cramer. Their daughter Michele Leon-Vittitow (Jeremy) blessed him with two grandsons, Jonathan & Tyler Leon. "Pop" left memories that will last a lifetime. Stan loved to tell stories, and make people laugh. His favorite outfit was his "black and white" suit – two suits cut down the middle and stitched together – to advertise "the difference between us and the competition is black and white!" Memorable wherever he went, and to everyone he met. Stan was a lifelong defender of the rights of small business. In lieu of donations…please patronize your favorite small business restaurant and lift a glass in Stan's memory. Enjoy a wonderful meal and tell your favorite story of him. He will enjoy that, and it will give him a smile. His family has chosen a private service and welcomes any remembrances from his many friends. www.pennlive.com/obits
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