Community Events

In May of 2006 Kramer Family Funeral Home donated their metal garage to the Fox Lake Sports Complex located at Welcome Minnesota. Their plan is to use it for their storage facility. We are very proud of the nice addition to the community and glad that we could be a part of it.



FCH Foundation Golf Classic

7th Biennial FCH Foundation Golf Classic
On Monday, August 8, 2005 Kramer Family Funeral Home sponsored Hole #4 at Interlaken Golf Club for the FCH Foundation Golf Classic. Tom Kramer, Foundation President and Greg Wohlhuter from the Funeral Home golfed in the event. Donna Nawrocki, Foundation Trustee and Gen Theobald supporter of the Foundation were greeters at the hole. Special thanks to Donna and Gen, Foundation Board, Staff and any and everyone who participated in this worth while event.



8th Grade Health Class

On Friday, February 4, 2005, Tom Kramer was invited by Garla Anderson Teacher, to presented a short program and answered questions for the MCW Eight Grade Health Class.

They learned about what a Funeral Director does, how you become a Funeral Director, why you have a funeral, visitation and burial. They also learned about the grieving process and it's stages, such as, denial, anger, bargaining and acceptance.

They also provided many excellent questions tailored to the funeral business.


We want to thank Mrs. Anderson and the 8th Grade Health Class.



World War II Memorial Dedication

On June 9, 2007, Richard Kramer and Russell Delaney from Trimont along with many other W.W. II Veterans from Martin County attended the Minnesota World War II Dedication held at the Minnesota Capital. About 4,200 World War II veterans, each of whom received a medallion commemortating the event. We would like to thank everyone who had anything to do with this and we also would like to thank our Minnesota Veterans for our freedom.



Facility Tours

Program and Tour of Kramer Family Funeral Home to 7th and 8th Grade Catechism Class from St. John's Lutheran Church, Sherburn.


On Wednesday, February 18, 2009, Pastor Steve Wilson and Daryl Hoewisch, Director of Youth and Education from St. John's Lutheran Church, Sherburn, Minnesota brought his class for a tour and program at Kramer Family Funeral Home.

Once there they learned about what a Funeral Director does, how you become a Funeral Director, why you have a funeral, visitation and burial. They also learned about the grieving process and it's stages, such as, denial, anger, bargaining and acceptance.

They received a walking tour of the funeral facilities, the arrangement room, visitation room, selection room where caskets, vaults, cremation urns and vaults are selected. They also saw and learned about the Cremation Ark.

They toured the garage facility where our funeral equipment is stored. They saw our funeral coach or hearse. Then we went for a tour of our preparation room where the embalming and other preparation is done.

When the tour was done, they had learned about what a funeral director does, why we have funerals, why many people are pre-planning their service, grief and the grieving process and information on Cremation.
They were also given a family tree to take home and fill out.
We want to thank Pastor Steve, Daryl, the 7th and 8th Grade Catechism Class and their parents for seeing that they receive this valuable information.



I will Survive

 On July 7, 2007, Martin County West High School FCCLA Chapter hosted their first cancer walk, "I Will Survive" at MCW Football Field. All profits will be donated to the American Cancer Society. It was a great success and we want to thank everyone who participated in this important event. The Kramer Family, Laura, Martin and Tom participated in this event.



Aerospace Systems Wellness Fair

In October 2008 we attended and provided a booth with information for the Aerospace Wellness Fair at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Fairmont.



Yard of the Month

Kramer Family Funeral Home was chosen as the winners of the September Yard of Month in Trimont, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce in Trimont.



Picture donation-Seifert Family

The family of Ann Seifert generously donated a family print to be displayed at our funeral home in Sherburn in memory of her.  We would like to thank them for this gift.

 



Picture donation-Cordes Family

We would like to thank Ervin Cordes and his family for the hand made puzzle print made by Ervin to be displayed in our Sherburn and Trimont funeral home.  We would like to thank them for this gift.



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