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Virdie Olen Cramer
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s/o Augustus C. "Gus" Cramer and Cora May Fulfer, h/o Laura Eunice Weldon

Yesteryear Fulfer Family

irdie Olen Cramer

June 25, 1908-September 7, 1952

Stephenville Tribune

September 12, 1952

Funeral services for W. O (sic) Cramer, 46, were held at the Huckabay Baptist Church Monday afternoon with burial following at Exray Cemetery. Rev. Charles Thomas and Rev. W. H. Rucker were the officiating ministers and Ewell Jones of Stephenville Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Survivors are his widow and one daughter, Miss Patsy; his mother, Mrs. A. C. Cramer, Caddo; two brothers, Omer of Caddo and Jack of Fort Worth; four sisters, Mrs. Odell Booth, Ranger; Mrs. Wm. Keener, Gordon; Mrs. Willie Smith and Mrs. Perry Kennedy, both of Fort Worth.

Pallbearers were Wm. Nix, Wendell Sly, Vance Moring, M.D. Stewart, Joe Evans, Tommy Fox, Elvis Fulfer, and Jim Hubbard.

Flower girls were Ruedell Brunson, Joan Stanford, Frances McInroe, Derelie Eiston, Carolyn Gordon, Linda Groves, Lida Groves and Merle Pack.

Mr. Cramer died following an auto accident near Weatherford Sunday morning. He lived only a short time after being moved to a hospital in that city. He was employed by the Lone Star Gas Company and was well know throughout the north section of Erath County where he lived all his life.

Evidence of the high esteem in which he was held was the profuse floral offerings and the large crowd of neighbors and friends who were present for the last rites.

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