Kenny Kramm, American pharmacist, Died at 55

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Kenneth Lee Kramm was born on June 16, 1961, in Washington, D.C, and died on July 12, 2016.

He was an American entrepreneur.

Kenny founded FLAVORx and its system of adding flavoring to otherwise unpalatable medicines to make them easier to take.

He grew up in Potomac, Maryland.

Kramm graduated from the University of Maryland in 1984 with a degree in advertising design and became an art director for an agency.

Following developing a dislike for that career in 1992, he joined his father’s pharmacy firm in Washington as a business manager.

He died from sepsis after contracting an infection.

He left behind his Shelley (née Neiss), his wife of 31 years, and their two daughters.

Kenny Kramm passed away aat 55 years old.