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Obituary: Kramer, Myron D. “Coach”

Age 74

Myron D. “Coach”

Entered into rest on March 11, 2016 at his home in Odessa, WA.

He was born in Ritzville, WA on December 3, 1941.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Martin and Jean Kramer; his brother, Kevin Kramer; and father and mother-in-law, Eugene and Marie Schorzman.

Coach is survived by his wife and team partner Marlene Kramer, of 48 years; his son, Scott Kramer and wife Dani Kramer; one grandson Parker Ryan Kramer, age 2 Ă‚Ë?

and soon to be twin granddaughters; and his best buddy, Teddy dog.

Also surviving is sister-in-law, Nancy Kramer and brother-in-law, Randy Schorzman; and nieces and nephews.

His passions in life were his family, teaching and coaching all of his “Kids” He enjoyed taking trips with his family, playing golf at the Odessa Golf Course and playing golf in the surrounding area golf tournaments with his son and friends.

Once his coaching career ended, he enjoyed watching his son compete in college sports and following Scott’s coaching career.

Coach K. often could be seen at various athletic events in the Pacific N.W.

Although he won many games, including two state Football Championships in 1989 and 1993, he loved to use sports as a way to bring the Odessa Community together.

A “Celebration of Life” for coach, will be held on Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 1:00 P.M. in the Odessa High School Gym.

Former athletes wear or bring old Tiger gear, if you wish “Tiger Pride Forever”.

Family suggests memorial contributions be made to the “Coach Kramer Scholarship Fund” for a student athlete who attends Odessa High School.

Contributions may be sent to “Coach Kramer Scholarship Fund” PO Box 537, Odessa, WA 99159.

Please sign our on-line guestbook at Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA is caring for the Kramer family.