Mary Lou Kraves

Jul 26, 1937 – Jul 27, 2005

Obituary

Mary Lou Kraves, age 68, passed peacefully July 27, 2005 in Seattle. Mary Lou is survived by her husband of 49 years, Bob; mother Anna Onderick; three sons, Bob Jr. Kelly, Dan Dawn and John Kraves; one daughter, Suzanne Harris Roderick; seven grandchildren, Beth, Andrea, Noelle, Tighe, Mercedes, Dylan and Jocelyn; one great grandchild on the way; one brother, William Onderick Pat and numerous nieces and nephews. She loved and was dedicated to her family. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, August 7, 2005 at 3:00 PM at BONNEY-WATSON Washington Memorial, 16445 International Blvd., SeaTac, WA 206 242-1787. “Please remember me with joy and laughter”.

Guestbook

Mindy DeCastro
Seatac, WA
Aug 4, 2005

Bob, Dan and Family -- I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I know that she is in a better place, but I also know it's just never okay when your Mom is gone. You and all your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Joe Onderick
Orlando, FL
Aug 4, 2005

I will always remember my Aunt Lou best when she, my Uncle Bob & cousins Bob, Dan, Suzanne & John would come to visit our grandmother & grandfather in Pittsburgh Swissvale. We would wait for them to arrive & when they did, Aunt Lou would chase us my brother & me to give us a hello kiss. I always acted like I didn't want her to catch me but I think I enjoyed her "game" of finally catching me. I will miss my Aunt Lou but know that she is now in a better place.

Love,

Joe Onderick nephew

Stacy Mitalas
Des Moines, WA
Aug 1, 2005

I had the pleasure of meeting both Mary Lou and Bob briefly last spring. It was with sadness that I read of Mary Lou's passing. She was a delightful woman full of energy and determination. I was always smiling when I left their home after a visit. May her memory be eternal. Stacy Mitalas, PT.

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