Tom Kramer Obituary, Death – Tom Kramer of Tell City, Indiana has suddenly passed away. The shine of the golden arches has been slightly dulled as we show our sorrow on the demise of Tom Kramer, who was a longtime employee. In 1976, Tom was the one who was responsible for bringing Tell City its very first McDonald’s restaurant. Between the years 1997 and 2007, he and his wife Susan contributed equally to the management of the establishment they owned. In 2007, he made the decision to terminate his partnership with their son Ryan and sell the business to another individual.
Tom was the one who in the year 1999 decided to provide a young man who was only 15 years old the opportunity to work at his restaurant. This decision was taken for the young man by Tom. The older brother of the younger youngster is the one who came to this conclusion. I am really grateful that I was given the chance to work for the Kramers; to me, they were more than just an employer; they were family. I am thankful that I was given the opportunity to work for them. I am quite grateful that this chance has presented itself to me. Even though I no longer live there, I continue to consider that place to be my home even though I no longer do so physically.
Tom and the McDonald’s brand instilled in me a wealth of knowledge regarding the factors that contribute to the effective management of a prosperous business, as well as the significance of providing exceptional service to McDonald’s customers. This was a gift that I received from both Tom and the McDonald’s brand. I will be eternally happy to have had Tom in my life, and the invaluable lessons about life that he taught each and every one of his employees will be something that I will never forget. I will also never forget the priceless lessons about life that he taught each and every one of his employees. I would like to use this time to express my gratitude to Tom for everything that he has done.