Family reunion brings siblings together again

SIX OF the eight Cramer family siblings came from around the province and Saskatchewan to a family reunion here and to see the street sign named for their family at the corner of Cramer St. and Feeney Ave. last week.

SIX OF the eight siblings of the Cramer family stand with the street sign named after their family. In back

SIX OF the eight siblings of the Cramer family stand with the street sign named after their family. In back

SIX OF the eight Cramer family siblings came from around the province and Saskatchewan to a family reunion here and to see the street sign named for their family at the corner of Cramer St. and Feeney Ave. last week.

The two eldest siblings, Erma and Rodger, weren’t able to come to the family reunion. Their mother was Alta Cramer and their grandparents were Alma and Martin Cramer.

They were all born in Terrace and all but the eldest separated and put in foster homes after their mother’s third husband died.

The siblings came here this year to see the street sign and where the old home was, which is a couple of houses down on Cramer toward the tourist information centre from Feeney Ave.