She forever preserved the importance of keeping a Jewish home, imparting these values on her family.
Tonia is survived by her two children, Zelik Ulman and Liza Gilzenrat, and their spouses Lee Ann Ulman and Michal Gilzenrat; her five grandchildren, Monica Schulman and husband Jeremy, Nicole Gilzenrat and husband Philip Criscione, Alanna Ulman, Natalie Ulman, and Brandon Ulman; her five great-grandchildren Jordan, Josh, Ariella, and Zach Schulman and Alyssa Ulman, and her many friends who loved her so much.
A memorial service will be held on her birthday, December 5, 2017 in Atlanta, with other celebrations of life to be scheduled. Arrangements by Dressler\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s, Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999. Kramer (Edward Kohn) of University City, Mo.; Edward M. Joffre (Steven Joffre) of Atlanta; and S William Kramer (Julie Kramer) of Dunwoody, Ga.; adoring grandfather of Sydney Joffre, Erik Kramer, Haley Joffre, Alana Kramer and Aidan Kramer; “Uncle Marshall” to the children of many close friends; cherished relative and friend. Kramer lived in Memphis, University City, Atlanta, Cherry Hill, N.
To list all those she leaves behind would be impossible, her hug and reach was so vast. The family requests donations to the Care and Counseling Center of Georgia, Chaya Mushka Children\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s House, or to the charity of one’s choice. Kramer, who he met and married in their hometown of Chicago; loving father to Staci D.
He moved back to Atlanta in 2016 to be closer to family. Kramer was dedicated to the Two Ten Footwear Foundation and honored with the organization’s A. He was preceded in death by his wife, his parents Simon Kramer and Marion (Sachar) Kramer Silverman, his sister Faith and his stepfather Leo Silverman. Cecil Ram, age 88 of Marietta, GA, son of Herbert and Esther Ram, passed away on November 3, 2017.