KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — The manager of the Oasis Club at Kleber Kaserne died unexpectedly on Sunday in Hohenecken, officials say.

Johnny R. Cromartie, 51, a civilian who worked for the U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern’s Morale, Welfare and Recreation Directorate, was found unresponsive by his wife, who then contacted emergency services, according to a press release from the Kaiserslautern garrison.

Emergency German Red Cross medical personnel pronounced Cromartie dead at the scene. The cause of death is undetermined at this time, the release said.

Cromartie is survived by his wife and son. The date and time of a memorial service will be announced later, according to the release.

Landstuhl to host retiree health fairLandstuhl Regional Medical Center will host a retiree health fair Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Building 3718 near the Army and Air Force Exchange Service gas station.

Military retirees and senior beneficiaries will have a chance to receive information and services, including a general health check, pneumonia immunizations, vision screenings, blood pressure checks, review of retiree benefits and entitlements and more.

The health fair also is an opportunity to allow health care representatives to evaluate the needs of the retiree population and services most requested by those beneficiaries, according to a Landstuhl news release.

For more information about the health fair, call Capt. Lindsay Teplesky at 06371-86-8366 or DSN 486-8366. For more information about retiree issues, call retirement services at Kleber Kaserne at DSN 483-7333/7336 or civilian 0631-411-7333/7336.

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