GoFundMe page launched for orphans of Kelsey Nicole Kramer
A GoFundMe page has been set up to assist the family of Kelsey Nicole Kramer, who disappeared in late March after being last seen in Drumheller, and whose body was found in a wooded area near Edmonton on April 1.
Kramer, from Alder Flats, Alberta, left behind three children, Wesley (5 years old), Taissabell (3 years old), and Colt (9 months), who are living under the care of their grandparents in Wetaskawin because while she was pregnant with Colt, they lost their father unexpectedly in a car accident in early 2015.
The grandparents Tricia and Allen Kramer have welcomed the orphaned children into their home while raising their own three children.
Wesley suffers from multiple special needs including blindness, and his condition requires significant medical expenses and the grandparents home also requires renovations to accommodate Wes- ley’s needs.
As of Wednesday afternoon the GoFundMe page reached $18,265 as os Tuesday afternoon, April 19. The page URL is https://www.gofundme.com/ qtx9cjzj.
Kramer’s body was found in a densley wooded area near Genesee Natural Area, north of St. Francis, AB.
RCMP discovered Kramer’s vehicle at an undisclosed rural location near Breton.
Kramer was first reported missing by her mother on March 22, and was last seen the night of March 19 near Drumheller and was believed to be heading back to Drayton Valley after visiting a friend.
A GoFundMe page has been established to help provide care for the three children of Kelsey Nicole Kramer, whose body was found in a wooded rural area on April 1 near Edmonton. She was last known to be in Drumheller on March 19. Pictured are Kramer and her children Wesley, Colt, and Taissabell.