Wietske “Wilma” Kramer

Wietske “Wilma” Kramer

Peacefully at Chatham Kent Health Alliance, Wietske was called home to her Saviour on Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at the age of 95.  Born in Burum, The Netherlands and immigrating to Canada in 1954, Wietske was a long time resident of the Chatham area.

Beloved wife of her late husband Hendrick Kramer (2016) and Jacob Westerdyk (1999).

Cherished mother to Barb (John) Dragstra, Evelyn (Bruce) Wilson, and loving stepmother to Sylvia (Wayne) Hingston, Keith (Jolanda) Kramer, Ernie (Betty) Kramer, and Carla (Dave) Moffett.

Caring Oma to David (Janette) Sennema, Jennifer (Pascal) Peloquin, Craig Wilson, and Scott Wilson.

Great Oma to Christopher, Abigail, Emily, Joshua, Lucas, Max, Liam, and Amelia.

Predeceased by her son-in-law William Sennema (1996).

Wietske will be fondly remembered by many extended family members and friends.  She loved her family and cherished the opportunities to share a meal or play games.

In lieu of flowers, donations would be graciously accepted to Chatham-Kent Hospice.

Visitation will be held at Grace Christian Reformed Church, Saturday, September 11 at 10 AM with the funeral immediately after at 11 AM.   Pastor Mike Borgert officiating.   A private family interment to follow.

Livestream Link:  To access the Funeral Service live stream, please go to www.chathamgrace.com and click on the MEDIA tab and then select Live Stream.  The live stream will start 5 minutes before the service.

9 Comments on “Wietske “Wilma” Kramer”

  1. She will always hold a special place in my heart. It was a pleasure working with her and getting to know her. My deepest sympathies to your entire family.

  2. Barb, Evelyn and families,
    So sorry for your loss. I have great memories of your Mom when our families spent time together growing up. She was a sweet, loving women. Thinking of you all.

  3. Dear Barb & John, Evelyn & Bruce and Families:
    My sincere sympathy with the passing of your mother into glory. She was a special person and God gave her many years. May you be comforted with the knowledge of her abiding faith in God, and the love that she had for all of you. Greetings – Liz Vreugdenhil (Cambridge)

  4. Barb, Evelyn and Family:
    My memories will live on of the great times spent together. Wilma always had a lunch bag of candy to send home after spending the weekend. Such a sweet lady. Sending you hugs of comfort for your great loss.

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