Richard Brammer

Full Name: Richard Ray Brammer
Date of Birth: November 18, 1941
Date of Death: September 8, 2020
September 19, 2020 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary
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RICHARD R. “DICK” BRAMMER, 78 of Huntington, West Virginia, passed away peacefully Tuesday, September 8, 2020 surrounded by his wife, Cam and his two sons, Brian and Sean at St. Mary’s Hospital, Huntington, WV.  Dick was born November 18, 1941, son of the late Earl and Julia Brammer and brother to the late Michael Brammer. He was a graduate of South Point High School, Marshall University (BA & MA), and OCS, United States Marine Corps.  Dick served in the Marine Corps from 1964 – 1970, being honorably discharged after attaining the rank of Captain.  Dick had a long history of leadership in his work life, from account executive to Steel-Industrial Development Manager.  Dick had a passion for baseball and started the ‘Huntington Patriots’. The traveling teams for youth 15 to 18 gained exposure to colleges for possible scholarships; he did this for over 20 years. He is survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Camilla, “Cam”. He was the loving and devoted father to Brian and Sean (Allison); Wonderful grandfather to Megan, Carter, Hannah, Joshua, and Caleb.  Dick was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church where he devoted many hours to the needs of the church and a dear friend to many. A visitation will be held Saturday 6 to 8 p. m. September 19 at Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary, with masks and social distancing observed. Private graveside services will be held at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Dick Brammer Youth Baseball Foundation, c/o Bailes, Craig and Yon Law Firm, PO Box 1926, Huntington, WV 25720-1926.  Family Guestbook at

From: Wiley StowersSep 11 2020 1:26PM
I would like to off my condolences for the passing of Dick.I have worked at BSC since August 2009. That is how I became acquainted with Dick. I enjoyed talking to him. Occasionally he would mention of a military experience or talk about how seals were meant to work. I will miss his visits.
From: Tom SmithSep 12 2020 12:11PM
I was so saddened to hear of Dick’s passing. I coached  with him on the Huntington Patriots from 1995 to 1998 and he was the consummate professional.  He helped many baseball players to obtain college scholarships.  I have so many good memories of him and know he will be missed. Char and I send our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
From: Michael PerkinsSep 13 2020 8:29PM
I would like to offer my condolences for the loss of Dick. He was a mentor to me for many years in business. Dick was my friend and I will miss his steadfast support in my life. He was a soldier, father and gentlemen. It is with profound grief that I say goodbye old friend.
From: Joe St.ClairSep 14 2020 2:27PM
My condolences to the family. I met Dick through working at Brake Supply. Every time I would speak with Dick we would eventually end up on sports. He shared many stories of players he coached or had met. I will miss those conversations.
From: Leonard DeutschSep 14 2020 7:48PM
Judy and I send our condolences.
      Len Deutsch.
From: Randy ShortSep 17 2020 11:35AM

I am sorry to read of your husband's passing.  I was a student in your speech class at Marshall many years ago and I remember you as such a kind an caring professor and individual.  While I never met your husband, I can tell from his obituary that he must have been so similar to you in that he cared about others and gave of himself to bring joy to others as well as his service to our country.  Peace be with you and your family as you remember  a life well lived and the decades of wonderful times.

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