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Constance (Connie) Jean (Kramer) Buda

August 19, 1942 - September 16, 2021

Constance (Connie) Jean Buda (Kramer)

Went home to Jesus on Thursday September 16th, 2021 at the age of 79 Connie was born August 19th, 1942 in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin to the late parents of Alvin and Pearl (Starker) Kramer.

She is survived by her sister Margie (Gary) Robinson of Boscobel/ Wisconsin her brothers Kenneth Kramer (Diane) of Olympia, Washington, Robert Starker of Oregon, Wisconsin James Starker of Oregon, Wisconsin, a very special friend Robert Fish (ex-husband) of Auburn Washington her five children Monica Kashif of Auburn, Washington, Patty Webber (Ralph, Jr) of Holbrook, Massachusetts, Joseph Swatek (Joy) of Port Orchard Washington, Barbra Barnes of Addy, Washington, Robert Fish I l of Port Orchard, Washington, 12 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren as well as numerous nieces, nephews, extended family members and friends.

She lived and raised her family in Beloit, Wisconsin then in 1979 she moved her family to Olympia, Washington where she became a licensed daycare provider with the Department of Agriculture and the state of Washington. She loved and cared for several children for many years. She then attended Centralia Community College for nursing.

You could always find her basking in the sun, gardening, playing her organ (Swanee River) baking, or just curling up on the sofa reading her Harlequin romance books with a cup of coffee. She loved her children very much, dogs (Baby, Foxy Pierre) camping, arts & crafts and she especially enjoyed her trips to the casino.

We are so lucky to have had her in our lives and wish we had more time together, but we will always value the time we did have.

We love you Mama! You will forever be in our hearts and sorely missed.

Rest in Peace

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