Brett Joseph Kramer, 43, went home to be with his Heavenly Father on March 3, 2019. He died at home from a heart attack in Basehor, Kansas.
Brett was born January 20, 1976 to Delene (Jefferies) Kramer and the late David E. Kramer in Indianapolis. He graduated from Franklin Central High School where in enjoyed playing baseball and football. He went on to study engineering at Purdue University. He received his BS in Business Management from WGU. His career has always been in the construction industry, working for Davidson Industries, Contract Lumber and Neighbors Construction. He started his own design business, KO Components, in 2016.
He married his wife, Lisa (Siecke) Kramer on July 31, 2010. He was the papa of two senior dogs, Madison and Josie, and the foster dad of several other dogs. Together, they enjoyed camping, geocaching, the theater and mostly being together.
He was given the gift of life and tried to always show respect and kindness to anyone he met. Volunteering to help the homeless, the elderly and animals, especially the senior dogs, were just some of his passions. You could also find him reading, studying new topics, woodworking, camping, and discussing where he wanted to travel.
He is survived by his wife, Lisa Kramer; mother, Delene Kramer; brothers, Jared Kramer; half-brother, Darrell Kramer (Toyua); half-sister, Whitney (Robbie) Hopkins; nieces and nephews, Cameron Kramer, Katie Kramer, Ian (Jena) Siecke, Dylan Siecke and Kaitlyn Siecke; and mother-in-law and father-in-Law, Ron and Celia Siecke. Also, he had many aunts, uncles and cousins who loved him very much.
He is preceded in death by his father, David E. Kramer; his half-brother, Eric Kramer; aunt, Daena (Jefferies) Schaffer; and his grandparents, Milo and Betty Jefferies.
A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Randall & Roberts Fishers Mortuary in Fishers from 1-3 pm with a service to follow at 3. Friends and family are welcome to share stories of the wonderful life of Brett. Burial will be held at a later date at Grant Memorial Park in Marion, Indiana.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Misty Eyes Animal Shelter in Brownsburg, IN; or at: https://www.mistyeyes.org/donate