Georgia Miller Kramer | Obituary

Georgia Miller Kramer | Obituary

Georgia Miller Kramer, passed away on August 19, 2022. Georgia was born on February 22, 1931 in Everett.

When she was 5 years old, the family moved to Ernie’s Grove in Snoqualmie, Georgia lived in the family home until she was married on January 28, 1949. She and her husband, Don bought the family home in 1950 when Georgia’s parents moved just down the road. Georgia spent the rest of her life in that home, until June 30, 2021 when her health required her to move to a home with a caregiver.

Georgia starting volunteering at King County Si View Pool in 1960, eventually becoming a full time employee and man- ager, until her retirement in 1992. She wore many hats at Si View Pool from swim in- structor to swim team coach and lifeguard. She was a Red Cross Volunteer, a member of the Hospital Auxiliary, and the first woman to be invited to join the North Bend Kiwanis. She was President of the Business & Professional Women’s Foundation and honored as Woman of the Year. Georgia was a giver throughout her life, she was always helping others. She took in foster children, she was al- ways available to help the el- derly, taking food to them and driving them to appointments. She loved “Thrifting” and passed that love on to her chil- dren and grandchildren. She was a talented artist. She was all about fam- ily, she was a dedicated Grandma and active in her grandchildren’s lives; they named her Grambo because she was up for everything and no one messed with Grambo.

Survivors include her children, Kristy Warner (Greg), Bill Kramer, Kathleen Fu- rulie (Gary), Karen Westerlund, and Es- ther McCanta (Tim), nine grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Georgia was laid to rest with her husband, Don, at Tahoma National Cemetery.

A Celebration of Life will be held at North Fork Farm

43010 SE 79 Pl – Snoqualmie, WA – Sunday, October 9th 12:00 – 3:00