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Adam Scott Kramer

Adam Kramer obit photoAdam Scott Kramer, age 27, of Willits, California and formerly of Huron, died of natural causes on Monday, October 9, 2006, at his residence at Willits. His memorial service was 10:30AM on Friday, October 20th, at the First United Methodist Church with Rev. Richard Rinearson officiating. Burial of his cremated remains was at the Maplewood Cemetery at Iroquois.

Adam was born on October 9, 1979, at Belle Fourche, South Dakota to Hans and Carrol (Rasmussen) Kramer. Adam was born with Spina Bifida and required surgery shortly after birth. He was challenged with a walking handicap as a result of the Spina Bifida. He moved to Huron in 1983, and grew up here. He received his education in the Huron School System. In 2000, he moved to Oregon and worked for several years for a commercial fisherman. He then moved to California, and most recently had been living at Willits, California.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents; and one uncle, Alan Rasmussen

Survivors include his mother and step-dad, Carrol and Scott Rodman, of Mitchell; his father, Hans Kramer, of Huron; his brother, Josh Kramer, of Huron; and a step-sister, Darlene Kramer; two nieces, Morgan and Piper Kramer, of Huron; his paternal grandmother, Berle Merrill, of Alpaugh, California; two aunts, Sharleen (Don) Smith, of Huron, and Sue Rasmussen, of Kaukauna, Wisconsin; four uncles, Dennis Rasmussen, of Greenfield, Wisconsin, Ron (Diane) Rasmussen, of Mosinee, Wisconsin, Rich (Diana) Rasmussen, of Farmington, Minnesota, and Eugene Kramer, of Pacifica, California.