|Janice K. Valentine Kramer
January 10, 1957–February 20, 2010
|Janice K. Kramer, 53, of Cascade, Iowa, and formerly of Washington Mills, Farley, and Temple Hill, Iowa, and San Clemente, California, died Saturday, February 20, 2010 at her home in Cascade. Friends called from 2 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, February 23 at the Reiff Funeral Home in Cascade. Services were held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, February 24 at the Reiff Funeral Home, with Rev. Ed Moreano presiding.
Janice was born January 10, 1957 in Dubuque, Iowa, daughter of Irvin and Lelia (Schmidt) Valentine. She received her education in the Bernard and Western Dubuque Schools. On September 5, 1975 she was united in marriage to Paul Kramer at the Assumption Church in (Sylvia Switch) Zwingle.
Janice was an essential part of Kramer Crop Services and Cranberry Hollow. She loved antiquing, flea marketing, and outdoor activities, including riding horses, canoeing and gardening.
She is survived by her husband, Paul Kramer of Cascade; two children, Tammy Kramer of Cascade, and Travis Kramer of Bernard; her mother, Lelia Valentine of Bernard; brothers and sisters, Irvin "Butch" (Rose) Valentine, Beverly (Ken) Hansen, both of Dubuque, Jerry (Roberta) Valentine of Bernard, Tom Valentine of Dubuque, Hank Valentine of Bernard, Dave (Phyllis) Valentine of Epworth, Ken (Lou Ann) Valentine of Bernard, Joyce Valentine of Dubuque, Mike (Nancy) Valentine of Bellevue, Arlene (Terry) Moore of Bernard, Greg (Cheryl) Valentine of Dubuque, Jean (Russ) Recker of Cascade, Sheila (Bob) Paul of Floyd; her mother-in-law, Mary Ann (Bob) Kramer of N. Buena Vista; a sister-in-law, Mary Jo Kluesner of Dubuque; brothers-in-law, Jim Kramer of Cuba City, Wis., and Jeff (Lynn) Kramer of Robins.
She is preceded in death by her father, Irvin Valentine; one sister, Lois Valentine and one brother Terry Valentine; her father-in-law, Joseph Kramer.
Submitted by: Janet A. Brandt
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