DABC is saddened to hear of the recent passing of Ken Kramer, K.C., TEP. A longtime friend of DABC, Mr. Kramer founded and was principal of KMK Law, and he often served families with disabilities through his work in the area of estates and trusts law. Mr. Kramer was also a strong advocate for the disability and seniors communities outside of his work in this realm.
Just a few of his vast contributions included acting as a founding Board Member of Technology for Living, a non-profit organization in British Columbia providing respiratory and technology supports to people with disabilities; leading community negotiations and collaborations with the Province of BC for more than two decades on the topic of home care supports (particularly the Choices for Support In Independent Living program or “CSIL”); and serving as Chair of the Boards of Muscular Dystrophy Canada, Seniors First BC, BC’s Elder Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association, and the Province of BC’s Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board.
In recognition of his work, he received both the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 and his Queen’s Counsel designation in 2014.
To learn more about Mr. Kramer’s important work and life, please see KMK Law’s website: https://kmklaw.net/team/
We offer our sincere condolences to his family and friends.