Susan Krammer

Susan N. Krammer (Kelly)

November 15, 1951 - May 2, 2020
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Susan N. (Kelly) Krammer, 68, of Womelsdorf, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 2, 2020, in the Reading Hospital, surrounded by her loving family, and following a valiant battle with cancer. Born in Philadelphia, she was a daughter of Albert and Mary (Brennan) Kelly, and the loving wife of Michael Krammer. Mike and Sue were just about to celebrate their 44th wedding anniversary next week.

Sue had a tremendous zest for life, and especially loved her Irish heritage. Her attendance at the annual Irish Festival in Wildwood, NJ became a growing family tradition, and something she looked forward to all year long. She was also a passionate sports fan, cheering especially loud and hard for “her” Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, a love that started when she went to games with her dad in Franklin Field.

But more than anything, Sue cherished time with her family, especially her grandchildren, each of whom will greatly miss their “Grandma Sue”. Everyone looked forward to her fabulous Easter Egg Hunts each year, and at family get-togethers, to her famous potato salad. Very simply, Sue put a smile on everyone’s face whenever she was around.

In addition to her husband, Sue is survived by her two daughters: Karen, wife of Joseph Purfield, Jr., Bernville; and Robyn, wife of Terrance Simon, Douglassville; as well as her loving grandsons: Joey, Patrick, Thomas, and Cole. She is also survived by a brother Ronald Kelly, husband of Jody; sisters Elaine Alvin and Catherine Kelly, and sister-in-law Marge Kelly. Sue was predeceased by a brother, Neil Kelly just two weeks ago.

Funeral arrangements will be private at the convenience of Sue’s family. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., West Reading, is assisting with services. Condolences may be expressed at
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Scott Kelly

Posted at 09:49pm
My Aunt Susan. I will miss her emails where we discuss our sports teams, specifically Andy Reid as Iggles coach vs Andy Reid as CHIEFS coach. We may have disagreed there, but we both loved the Flyers! One of my favorite memories - going for some Breyers real vanilla bean ice cream in the Pontiac Parisienne. So glad I was able to see you at Ian’s wedding!

Stacy Coates

Posted at 08:03am
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Sue. I had the honor of working with Sue at the Federal Reserve. She is the reason why I am in the position I am in today. Her selfless caring ways and kind heart will never be forgotten. I pray the entire family will find peace in the days to come. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. Stacy Coates

Christine Serrano

Posted at 12:51pm
My deepest condolences to the family. I worked for Sue in the Cash Services department of the FRBP and she was the best boss I have ever had the pleasure of working for. Her kindness and fairness as a person and a boss were unparalleled. Prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead. Sincerely, Christine Serrano

Eileen Szczawinski

Posted at 11:56am
Michael and family,
May you all find peace in the beautiful memories of Sue. I will miss her as a friend and a great neighbor.
Our deepest condolences to Michael and family.
Eileen & Raymond Szczawinski

Eileen & Raymond Szczawinski

Donna Chmielewska Posted at 10:25pm

My deepest condolences to your family. I worked with Sue at the FED for 42yrs and she was a quiet person but so friendly. She was the Cash person you could always depend on her. Loved her ride, her car was unique as was she. She was so proud of her family and was a great mom and an even better grandmon. She will surely be missed, She was one of the good ones. RIP Sue🙏💖

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