Anthony E. Bramble

December 12, 2009
Anthony E. Bramble

Anthony E. Bramble, 66, died at his home on Saturday December 12, 2009 several weeks after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

He is survived by his wife Kathy, and children Nicholas of Washington, DC and Claire of Philadelphia.

His greatest joys were talking about his children, traveling, running, and politics. He also enjoyed his retirement job and many friends at Enterprise Rent-A-Car, along with several appearances as an extra on television series filmed in Wilmington.

Anthony was born in Annapolis and graduated from the University of Maryland. He had his own real estate business in Pennsylvania before moving to Wilmington ten years ago.

He has six brothers and sisters: Ray Bramble of Salem, SC; Stewart Bramble of Severna Park, Md.; Barbara Bateson of Livonia, MI; Marcenia Tate of Box Elder, SD; Eunice Grap of Jessup, MD; and Carolyn Bramble of Bumpass, VA. He was the son of Raymond and Elizabeth Bramble of Federalsburg, MD.

A memorial service will be held for the family.

Gifts to honor his memory may be made to the Lower Cape Fear Hospice , 1414 Physicians Drive, Wilmington, NC 28401

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  • December 14, 2009
    Rita Smith says:
    Kathy So sorry and I am thinking of you and your family. Please call me when your ready.

  • December 14, 2009
    Jack and Linda Anderson says:
    Dear Kathy, We were so sorry to read about Anthony in this morning's paper. We have fond memories of our times together at Thalian Hall as ushers. We haven't been ushering lately so we didn't hear until today. Please call us if there is any way we can help out. Sincerely, Linda and Jack Anderson

  • December 13, 2009
    Stewart and Kathy Bramble says:
    We know that this is a very difficult time for you Kathy, Nick and Claire. You're in our thoughts and prayers. One of the most wonderful memories we'll ever have of Anthony was this past year when he spent the night at our home. Especially in the morning when we hugged and were able to tell each other that I love you as we said good bye. Even though we did not see each other that often, we knew that he was always there and if we ever needed him, he would be there. Anthony was a wonderful brother and will be missed and loved always.

  • December 14, 2009
    Catherine Walters says:
    To Kathy and Family - I am so shocked and saddened at the passing of Anthony. It seems barely a month since you and Anthony ushered at a Cinematique with me, and he seemed so healthy then. I am very sorry, Kathy and I do hope you and your family find condolence and peace in your fond memories of him. Sincerely Catherine Walters

  • December 14, 2009
    vera cosgrove says:
    Dear Kathy, We are so sorry for your loss. What a great guy Anthony was and even though we haven't seen him for a long while, we always enjoyed his sense of humor, great laugh and his love for you and your children. He'll be missed. Yours truly, Vera and John Cosgrove