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Merrill Kramer: Surviving the unthinkable.
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thing to live for. That's what
kept me going. Someone was
looking out for me that day."
Billie Kramer can't wait to
see her son again. She knows
that he was transported from
Cairo to Germany and then to
Maryland via military trans-
port. She's spoken to him on the
telephone, but until she hugs
him, it will all seem out of con-
Mrs. Kramer, an active
member of the Detroit District
of the Zionist Organization of
America with her late husband,
Dr. Richard Kramer, and
co-chair of the Balfour
Celebration, remembers her
son growing up in Michigan, his
days at Groves High School.
The terror that he and his fam-
ily have experienced was some-
thing to open the Sunday
newspaper to and shake one's
head at remorsefully. It sure-
ly doesn't happen to someone
you know. It doesn't happen to
"For the rest of my life, I'll
never feel the same," she said,
clutching a tissue in one hand.
"It pierced my insides. This is
a young man. God was with
Her son is filled with twists
of feelings that few can under-
stand. While he is grateful for
life, and for the sight of Lois, he
has seen a terrible act that no
one deserves to see and experi-
ence. He has felt the physical
pain of his wounds. And he is
saddened by the the loss of his
Mr. Hoffman and his wife,
Eve, lived with their two chil-
dren, Melissa, 18, and Scott, 16,
in Edison, N.J. Mr. Guidi and
his wife, Karen, and their four
daughters, Laura, 22,
Elizabeth, 19, Catherine, 16,
and Victoria, 13, lived north of
Edison. The two men were both
"I don't think I've come to
grips with what happened to
my colleagues," he said. "It's go-
ing to take some time."
For, Billie Kramer, the plane
trip she'll soon be taking to
Washington, D.C. has a much
different meaning than she'd
"I don't think I'll have a
happier mission," she said.
"Even his wedding wasn't as
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More than $10,184,000 was raised at the Congregation Shaarey Zedek State of
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