Kevin Michael Kramer
April 02, 1969 - June 19, 2017
He was intelligent, caring, and a fearless man who will be missed greatly
Kevin Michael Kramer, 48, of Mill Creek Washington passed away on June 19, 2017. Kevin is survived by his wife Sandra; daughters Keilyn and Micheala; parents Harry and Margaret Kramer; and brother Scott Kramer.
Kevin was born April 2, 1969. His was among the “pioneering” families of Mill Creek, and he had fond memories of riding bikes through the woods and playing in the subdivisions as the city was built up. He loved the area so much that he and his wife and children moved to Mill Creek in 2003.
Kevin attended WSU and was a proud member of the TKE fraternity. Upon graduation he entered the field of corporate accounting and finance, earning his CPA. He took tremendous pride in his work.
He married Sandra June 18, 1998, and this year they celebrated their 19th anniversary and Father’s Day with their children Keilyn and Michaela in the hospital.
Kevin was a man of many interests and enjoyed tackling new problems. He loved maintaining his home and cars and would DIY any project no matter how big or small, and he was always willing to help others with their own repairs or projects. He particularly loved Ford Mustangs and was restoring a 1966 Fastback.
He enjoyed camping, bike riding, car shows, politics, history, Sci-fi and action movies, and listening to his favorite music so loud it was like his own personal rock concert. He learned to bake and cook and could turn out a terrific loaf of bread, pizza, or flank steak.
Kevin was the life of the party, a social butterfly, a daredevil, and an adventurer to boot. And as tough as he was, his big heart was apparent to anyone who saw him with animals or his family, whom he loved dearly. This intelligent, caring, fearless man will be missed greatly.
Please join us in honoring his life at the memorial service, held July 30, 2017 at 1pm at the Mill Creek Country Club (15500 Country Club Dr, Mill Creek, WA 98012). Please see the link below for directions and map to the Mill Creek Country Club.
In lieu of flowers, Kevin's family suggests a donation towards a memorial bench to be placed in the Mill Creek nature preserve.