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Myron Cady Cramer, American army officer. Member American, Federal, Washington (honorary life) bar associations, Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Delta Phi (honorary).


Cramer, Myron Cady was born on November 6, 1881 in Portland, Connecticut, United States. Son of Norman Landon and Mary Josephine (Cady) Cramer.


Student Cazenovia (New York) Seminary, 1899-1900. Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1904, Bachelor of Laws, Harvard, 1907. Doctor of Laws, 1943.

Student Army War College, Langres, France, 1918, Command and General staff schedul, 1928-1930.


Practiced law, New York City, 1907-1910, Tacoma, 1910-1920. Deputy prosecuting attorney Pierce County, Washington, 1915-1919. Served from private to captain Troop B., Cavalry, Washington National Guard, 1911-1917.

First lieutenant, Troop B., Washington Cavalry on Mexican Border, June 1916-February 1917. Assistant chief of staff and acting chief of staff, 41st Division, France, June 1917-August 1919. Promoted to major 1918 and lieutenant colonel 1919.

Appointed major Judge Advisory General’s Department, regular army, July 1, 1920. Promoted lieutenant colonel 1935, colonel, 1939. Assistant professor of law United States Military Academy, 1922-1924.

Judge advisory Philippine Department, 1935-1937. Appointed judge advisory general United States Army, with rank of major general, December, 1941. Retired, November 30, 1945.

Recalled to active duty, July, 1946. Appointed United States member International Military Tribunal for Far East, Tokyo, for trial of major Japanese war criminals. Relieved from active duty United States Army, March, 1949.

Decorations: Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Companion Order of the Bath, Officer Order of Black Star.


Everyone needs salvation. Everyone can reach salvation.


There is a large range of issues where Church should interact with politics in such areas as poverty and inequality, environmental issues, nuclear and chemical weapons and the harm caused by use of drugs and drinking.


All persons need the ministry of the Church in their struggles for human fulfillment, as well as the spiritual and emotional care of a fellowship that enables reconciling relationships with God, with others, and with self.


Member American, Federal, Washington (honorary life) bar associations, Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Delta Phi (honorary). Clubs: Army and Navy, Army-Navy Country (Washington).


Married Esther Durham. Children: Emily Durham (Mistress.

Norman Landon Cramer

Mary Josephine (Cady) Cramer

Esther Durham

Emily Durham (Mrs Cramer