Cartersville, Ga. – Steven Timothy Cramer Jr., 48, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018 after a lengthy illness.
Steven was born Feb. 13, 1970 in Cherry Point. He graduated from Cole High School in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He earned his Master’s Degree in Corporate Accounting from Kennesaw State University. He was a veteran having served in the U.S. Army.
Survivors include his parents, Nina Sue Lossiah Cramer and Steven Timothy Cramer Sr., both of Cartersville; two sisters, Stephanie Rebaza and her children, Alexander, Ana, Angelina, and Corina, all of Elk Ridge, Md. and Simone Cramer and her children, Phoenix, Sienna, and River, all of Cartersville; a brother, Samuel Cramer and his wife, Holly, and their children, Lorraine, Zoe and Cramer, all of Louisville, Ky.; grandmother, Dorothy Lossiah of Macon, Ga.; two uncles, Alvin Lossiah of Byron, Ga. and Marshall Davis of Dry Branch, Ga.; aunts, Alice (Danny) Ryal of Gordon, Ga., Henrietta Nelson of Dublin, Ga. and Loretta Smith of Gray, Ga.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Adam Ross; great-grandson of Aggie and Henry Ross Lossiah; and great-great-grandfather, Chief John Ross.
The funeral mass will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 1pm at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Cherokee. Burial will follow in Yellow Hill Veterans Cemetery.
It is respectfully requested that all flowers be omitted and those desiring may contribute to the American Liver Foundation (Liverfoundation.org) in memory of Steven Timothy Cramer Jr.