Elizabeth D. Cramer, an esteemed educator who dedicated her life to teaching in the Claremore Public School District, passed away on July 2, 2023, at the age of 65. Born on July 24, 1957, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, she leaves behind a legacy of knowledge and compassion. Throughout her extensive career as a teacher, Elizabeth positively impacted the lives of countless students. Known for her unwavering dedication and genuine care for her students' well-being and education, she created an inclusive and nurturing classroom environment that fostered growth and success. Elizabeth's passion for teaching was evident in every aspect of her career. Whether it was introducing complex concepts with enthusiasm or providing extra support to struggling students, she always went above and beyond to ensure that every student had an equal opportunity to flourish academically. Beyond the classroom walls, Elizabeth enjoyed a variety of hobbies and interests that enriched her life. She found solace in tending to her garden, appreciating the beauty of nature through vibrant blooms and lush greenery. Adventure awaited her whenever she embarked on thrilling rides on her beloved Harley motorcycles, embracing the freedom of the open road. Nature also called Elizabeth to explore the great outdoors through camping trips. Family was paramount in Elizabeth's life. She treasured the time spent with her relatives as they formed bonds built on love and shared experiences. Elizabeth D. Cramer's impact on education and her community will be remembered for years to come. Her legacy as an exceptional teacher and caring individual will continue to inspire future generations. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, colleagues, and the countless students whose lives she forever shaped.
No formal services will be held at this time. To leave her family a message, please visit her Tribute Wall at www.shipmansfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Shipman's Funeral & Cremation Service.
Elizabeth is survived by her sons, Dalton Cramer and Katelynn of Claremore, Oklahoma and Hunter Cramer of Claremore, Oklahoma; daughters, Kayla Phillips and Jeff Worthean of Peggs, Oklahoma, Kamille Banning and Skylar of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Marcy Cramer of Claremore, Oklahoma; brother, Mitchell Allen of Austin, Texas; sister, Sarah Storjhann of Owasso, Oklahoma; 3 grandchildren, Abel Hopper, Lyla Cramer, and Axel Cramer; and many other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband, Daniel Cramer and her parents, Sanford and Norma Allen.