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JAMES B "NOON" CRAMER

LOUISBURG - James B. "Noon" Cramer, 59, Louisburg, N.C., formerly of Seward, Pa., went to be with the Lord March 31, 2016 in North Carolina. Born May 25, 1956 in Johnstown, Pa., the son of the late Clair T. Cramer and Anna Mae (Moore) Cramer Connell. Also preceded in death by stepfather Ira John Connell, sister Patricia Heming, nephew David Cramer, Jr., brother-in-law Terry Mitnik, niece Renee (Connell) Patillo.

Survived by these brothers and sisters of David Cramer and wife Donna (LaCorte), Clyde; Shirley Heming and husband Todd, Louisburg, NC; Harry Cramer and wife Carol (McGinnis), Beth, NC; Ronald Cramer and wife Alane (McDonald), Seward, Pa.; JoAnne (Connell) Ferris and husband Phillip, New Florence, Pa.; and Rick Heming and wife, the former Patricia (Walker) Solich, Seward, Pa.; stepsisters, Linda (Connell) Mitnik, Pittsburgh; Barbara Connell, Johnstown, Pa.; former wife, Melody Gorzelsky, and sons Matthew and Brandon Gorzelsky, all of Johnstown, Pa.; special friend, Martin Wattman, Johnstown; also numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members and his many friends from the local area and in North Carolina.

Jim was an avid NASCAR fan and fisherman, who enjoyed camping, playing guitar, ham radios and the ocean and was an animal lover. He was kind hearted, loyal and will be sadly missed by all those who he loved.

Friends were received 2-4 & 7-9 PM Monday at Kenneth A. Stuart Funeral Home, 139 Ligonier St., New Florence, where the service was held 11 AM Tuesday, Pastor Joseph Walls officiating. Internment, Armagh Cemetery. Online condolences may be left at www.thestuartfuneralhomes.com

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