Mary Mastalski Cramer

Mary Mastalski Cramer, 101, of State College passed away on 22 May, 2021.

Mary was born 29 October, 1919 in Johnstown, PA and was the youngest of 6 children of the late Joseph and Victoria Grabowski Mastalski (immigrants from Poland). Mary's husband, Robert B Cramer born on 5 March, 1917 passed away on 28 July, 1971. Mary and Robert were married on 30 March, 1937. Mary went to a school which was situated on what is now penitentiary property where the Benner Pike and I99 intersect. Mary was a housewife until her husband's death whereupon she worked as a house keeper for various town and university families, a maid at the Nittany Lion Inn and her last work was a banquet waitress at the State College Elks Club until she was 80.

Although being a home body she loved to travel including trips to visit her children and relatives around the US and several trips to Hawaii and England to visit relatives.

She is survived by her three children, Larry W Cramer of State College, Mary Ann (Cramer) and husband William Kline of Bellefonte, Harry E Cramer of Ragsdale, SC.

She is also survived by 6 grandchildren: David Kline and wife Tami of Bellefonte, Jancie (Kline) and husband Barry Confer of State College, Terry Kline (deceased), Mark Kline, Scott (Cramer) Moss and wife Brenda of Park City, Utah, Kimberly (Cramer/Moss) and husband Greg Konig of St Louis, Mo., Scott Cramer of Connecticut; 7 great grandchildren: Nick Moss and Kate Moss of Park City Utah, Annie Kline and Shaina Kline of Bellefonte, Tyler Kline and Nicky Kline of State College, Andrew Confer and wife Jessica of Pleasant Gap; 6 great-great-grandchildren: Chole Kline of Bellefonte, Dominick Kline of Philadelphia, Ryle and Malakai Kline of Bellefonte, Emma and Abby Confer of Pleasant Gap.

Arrangements are under the care of Koch Funeral Home, State College. Online condolences and signing of the guest book may be entered at www.kochfuneralhome.com.ยป(Do not delete this line. It does not print. Text that is to appear on web must be entered before this line)