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Fred LeRoy Bramer
01/17/1931 — 07/26/2006
From Hermiston, OR, US | Born in Dunning, Nebraska
Fred LeRoy Bramer
Fred L. Bramer, 75, of Hermiston, passed away July 26, 2006 at Kadlec Medical Center in Richland. He was born January 17, 1931 in Dunning, Nebraska to Harry and Margaret Porth Bramer, and was raised there in Dunning on a cattle ranch.
Fred served in the Army and then moved to the Tri-Cities, where he worked at Hanford until retirement. He enjoyed camping with his family and attended Assembly of God churches.
Survivors include his wife Wilma J. Bramer of Hermiston, OR; son Fred Bramer of Spokane, WA; son Dale Bramer of Richland, WA; daughter Sue Kaefer on Montivallo, AL; daughter Pam Sjol of Montivallo, AL; sister Imogene Bramer of Richland, WA.
Graveside services will be held at 2:00 PM Tuesday, August 1, 2006 at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Richland, WA.
Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your husband and father. During this difficult time, the scriptures prove to be a wonderful source of comfort. Jesus said at John 5:28,29 that “…all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out…” May this wonderful hope bring a measure of comfort to you and your family during this period of mourning.
My prayers are with you at this time. I was a Millwright with Fred in the 300 Area and N Area. We had some great times and good laughs. I will always remember his stories and laughter. One story he told was about when he changed the oil in his car and Wilma put a Pluto-Dog hat on him because of the cold. As he was digging for the drain plug of the car in an oily/muddy hole, two shinny shoes appeared on the ground in front of him and a guy with a badge FBI wanted to talk to him about another persons clearance. Fred just laughed and told the guy that he wouldn’t ever be believed by the FBI ever again. Fred was a true friend of many and will live in my thoughts forever. Larry
I remember Fred leading the song service on Wednesday and Sunday evenings and how he loved to sing. When Kathy and I first came to Richland Assembly in 1973, Fred and Wilma and their family was one of the pillars of the church. We will miss him until someday when we are all singing to Jesus around the Throne of God. May the Lord bless and keep you.
Love in Him,
Alan & Kathy Rither