Kristi Kramer

Born: Wed., Feb. 16, 1966
Died: Fri., Sep. 23, 2016


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Kristi Alaine Blair Kramer, 50, of Lexington, was born in Tishomingo, OK on February 16, 1966. She passed away peacefully in her home on September 23, 2016.
Kristi attended Tishomingo High School and graduated valedictorian of the class of 1984. She then went on to East Central University to receive her bachelors degree in business and then continued her education at the Utah studying education of the hearing impaired.
Kristi enjoyed most spending time with her family. She loved being a mother and her children were her greatest joy. She always had a smile ready for everyone even until the last day of her long, courageous battle with cancer. Kristi was loved by many and will be missed by all.
Kristi is survived by Scott Paul Kramer, her loving and supportive husband of twenty four years; her children, Alexis Jsanu, Colton Jesse, Alyssa Kimbirli and Lauren Blair; her father and step mother, Wendell and Carolyn Blair; her brother Michael (Sharla) Blair; and other family members and friends to numerous to name. Kristi was preceded in death by her mother, Jessie Jo Gilbert in 1999.
Services for Kristi will be held on Tuesday September 27, 2016 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 700 E. Sunset Drive, Monroe, NC. Visitation will be held at 6:00 pm and the funeral service will follow at 7:00 pm. A graveside service will be held at Tishomingo City Cemetery on 0ctober 1, 2016, where Kristi will be laid to rest near her mother.
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S. Crump
   Posted Thu October 13, 2016
Indeed it is sad to learn that you are mourning the loss of your dear Kristi. This must be a very painful period for your family. Please be assured that our loving and compassionate God is not only aware of your pain, his word shows that in due time, he will act to remedy it (Rev. 21:3, 4). In the interim, God warmly invites you to trust in him for comfort (2 Cor. 1:3, 4). Please accept my condolences at this most difficult time. 🌹

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