He was also predeceased by two sisters, Patricia (late Frank) Ciccone and Coleen Lewis.It�s with a heavy heart that the Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point Fire and Emergency Services, located near Southport, NC announce the passing of our brother FF/EMT/Hazmat Tech Edward Kramer.
Jeff was "eat up" with fire and emergency services.
Even though only 44, he had already retired as a firefighter from the Air Force Reserve. Edward Warren Kear Sr, 75, Bismarck, passed away peacefully on Friday May 1, 2009.
He was also heavily involved in the local EMS and fire volunteer organizations. For Air Force Fire Emergency Services organizations, 20 June 2009 is designated for all AF Fire Departments to honor Jeff's memory with a MOMENT OF SILENCE at shift change. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, May 5, 2009, at a.m. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the start of the service.
Interment will be at p.the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery, rural Mandan.
Ed was born on October 4, 1933, in Canandaigua, New York.
He was raised and educated in the Finger Lakes region of upstate NY, and joined the Marine Corp in 1951.It was the last day of regular combat operations for U. Matthew Handley a North Carolina National Guard spokesman. He was employed by the city of Wilmington from March 1999 until January 2008.The deaths bring to 15 the total number of North Carolina National Guard soldiers killed in action since Sept. Kramer began his firefighting career at the Seagate Fire Department and also worked with the Camp Lejeune Fire Department.There�s also a Facebook page dedicated to Kramer�s memory at Assistant Chief James Wrisner James Wrisner, who was an Assistant Chief of Operations on C-Shift, but had been on sick leave for the past two years because of heart problems, passed away last night at his home of an apparent heart attack.All of us here at the AEDC Fire Department, Arnold AFB TN, are very sad to hear about the passing of "Wris" and he will be missed by all.When they weren�t fighting fires, Young said, he and Kramer would head for the coast.