Marshall Alva Cramer, resident of Grimsby for the last 20 years, died suddenly at his home, 10 Adelaide Street, on Saturday evening. In his 65th year, he was born near Delhi, Norfolk County, on March 6, 1885.
Before coming to Grimsby 20 years ago, he had resided at Hamilton Beach. A stationary engineer by occupation, he had been employed by United Distilleries Limited, at Grimsby, for many years. He was a member of the Independent Order of Foresters and an adherent of Trinity United Church.
Surviving, besides his wife, the former Dora Spence, are two daughters, Mrs. Frank Stanyk, of Grimsby, and Mrs. Howard Clausen, of Ancaster; also a brother, George Cramer, in British Columbia, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Palmer, of Burgessville, and Mrs. Pearl Wilton, of Norwich.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. A.L.Griffith on Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Stonehouse Funeral Home. Interment was made in Queen's Lawn Cemetery.
Casket bearers were Gordon Lipsitt, Russell Smith, Irving Olmstead, Gordon Hannah, Albert Dipper and Adam McGregor.