Eric Leo Gramberg

Eric Leo Gramberg

December 09, 1958 - February 01, 2017

Eric Leo Gramberg

December 09, 1958 - February 01, 2017


Eric Leo Gramberg, age 58 from Orange County, CA, passed away on Wednesday February 1, 2017. Eric was born December 9, 1958 to Clara (deceased) and Walter Gramberg. He was the middle child of five children. Eric loved his two children and Alexandra Symeonidou. He lived the majority of his life in Orange County CA. Eric attended Brea Olinda High School excelling in baseball and basketball and he attended California State University, Fullerton.

Eric is survived by his two children Sarah and husband Sean Curran, Travis Gramberg and his wife Aubree and his siblings Travis Powers and his wife Jeanne and niece Veronica, Eileen and husband David Moehring and nephew Sam and his wife Tiffany, Joan and her husband Kevin Balch and Karen Gramberg.

ln the past 40 years, Eric worked closely and made friends with associates at the Orange County Register, Los Angeles Times, Rooof, Move and Prelude.

A Funeral Mass in his honor will be held at St. Nicholas Catholic Church 24252 El Toro Road, Laguna Hills, CA on Saturday February 25th at 9:00 am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Orange County Chapter of The Alzheimer’s Association in Eric’s name at Expressions of condolence can be sent by email to or to Walter Gramberg 3498-3A Bahia Blanca West, Laguna Woods, CA 92637.

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16 responses to Eric Leo Gramberg

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  1. I worked with Eric for many years at The Register. I remember him well as one of the NICEST of human beings and find it hard to believe that he was called to heaven so soon! RIP Eric, you are loved.

  2. My brother in law Eric was a kind man with a lot of heart and concern for others. He and I argued over Lakers versus Clippers but in the end, neither team amounts to much today. Eric and me had a connection through real estate and that made our conversations so much more interesting. We laughed a lot together, worked out together and loved our families together. This is such a hard loss but I will be warmed by the times I spent with Eric one on one, man to man, even in the last few days of his life. In time, I will replace the tears with smiles when I look at pictures and also when I think of our camping trips or our 5K and 10K races (he was a much better distance runner than me). I love you my brother and will miss you forever. Love, Dave

  3. Kevin says:

    Eric had a smile and laugh that seemed like an invitation to join him, which I always did. He was a good listener with thoughtful comments that I appreciated.
    I miss you dude. Lord, please bless his family who miss him the most.

  4. Loved working with Eric at OCR. He was pleasant and kind to me. Several months I got to chat with him online and catch up. Though I haven’t seen him in person since ’91 I miss him already …

  5. I was shocked and so saddened to hear of Eric’s passing. I worked for Eric at Move for several years. He was a great boss, easy going, fun and full of life. All of our sales team adored him. He will be deeply missed. My heart goes out to all of his family…….RIP Eric

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