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Kami Jo Creamer

January 03, 1963 ~ May 18, 2024

Kami Jo Creamer, 61, passed away on May 18, 2024. She was born to Barbara and James Creamer on January 3, 1963. After growing up in Flint, Michigan, she moved to Tucson, Arizona. There, she worked two jobs while earning her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona. She then moved to Hollywood, Florida where she worked as a devoted elementary school teacher while simultaneously earning her graduate degree from Nova University.
Kami was passionate about helping children learn. She was an independent thinker. She trusted her skill and instincts and relied on salient humor and persistence to successfully reach students, family, and friends. She spent her career working for Broward County Schools, first as a teacher, then as a speech language pathologist, and ultimately returning to the classroom where she felt her talents had the biggest impact. After her retirement in 2020, she moved full time to Sebastian, Florida.
Kami was a master adventure seeker, free spirit, and beautiful soul. She thrived on being in nature, fishing, and laughing. She loved easily and made friends wherever she went. She had the opportunity to travel extensively in the United States, Europe, and Mexico and never stopped searching for fun new experiences. She lived her life by the motto, “Work like a captain, play like a pirate.”
Kami is survived by her siblings, Kimberly (Ronald) Klee, Kendra (Timothy) Pyeatt, Kara Creamer, Cort Creamer; nieces and nephew (Things 1, 2, 3, and 4) Lindsay Klee, Lauren (John) Nemetz, Ethan and Ava Pyeatt; great nephews Finn and Bowie Nemetz; longtime boyfriend, Shannon Wallace and his daughter Kelly, close friend Dianne Dunchock, many cousins, and other special friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, Barbara and James Creamer.
Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial reception on Friday, June 21 from 2-4:30 at the Fenton Hotel (302 N. Leroy St., Fenton, MI 48430).

Condolence

William Creamer

June 14, 2024, 8:55 pm

This loss found me struggling to believe it happened. I was missing her almost daily sharing of her adventures on FB. So thought something was amiss. She was blessed with a beautiful life, but it definitely came to an end way to early. My heart aches for her and her family. Love and HUGGS to you all.

Dianne

June 14, 2024, 10:26 pm

I cannot forget her. Her love and support of others, her joy and laugh and continuing love of new experiences
Always loved and in my heart ❤️ .☠️

Bill & Linda Soden

June 15, 2024, 10:43 pm

Going to miss this beautiful person. Billy and I will never forget her. She was my videographer when I caught my sailfish. Sending our sincere condolences to her family. May she lift her Angel Wings high and fly forever.You’ll be missed our sweet fishing buddy. Go catch that big one.

Cathy Dyer

June 16, 2024, 11:38 am

I sure miss her and talking to her! ❤️ love, Cat

Jennifer Porterfield

June 16, 2024, 3:53 pm

My heart hurts
You my, dear heart:
are going to be so missed!
I will never forget the love you shared for my sister and my family.
Forever indebted
Forever grateful
I love and adore you
Jenni
(Lauren’s sister)
and the
Porterfield
Collins
(family).
xoxox

Grettel

June 17, 2024, 1:15 am

we love you Kami. You will be greatly missed. Your energy and fun spirit will never be forgotten. Thank you for giving so much of yourself. Thank you for all the good times. Cheers in heaven. ❤️

Robin Brooks

June 17, 2024, 5:58 am

So sorry to hear this. Kami was a sweet person and we connected thru my friend Lauren Porterfield O’blak. Kami was a good friend to her. Fly high Kami. ❤️

Claire Melton

June 17, 2024, 6:43 pm

Dear Kami – you will be missed. I just can’t believe you are gone. I hope David is showing you around heaven. I didn’t even get to tell you I moved. I am so sad to lose such a beautiful soul here on earth.

Ashley Greene

June 18, 2024, 2:05 am

This makes me so sad… I got the pleasure to meet Kami at a bar down in Sebastian and she loved that I went to Wvu… we ended up singing “country roads” and became besties that day! We have stayed in touch and I did love seeing all her adventures and beautiful yard posts! Fly high you free spirit! Sending hugs and prayers to her family.

Mary Clifton

June 27, 2024, 12:36 am

Kami was family, is family. She is a beautiful soul. I loved her from the time she came into my life. She has been an amazing one of a kind person. She taught me to grow, love, and have fun. In my early years she made sure to show me the beauty she found around her so I could enjoy it too. Later and most recently she helped me in my journey to homeschooling 4 of my children. She spent so much time helping and loving people. Even after she did not have to be in touch with me she did. I love you Kami❤️. The grass is green, the sky is blue and God loves you. Love always
Mary Martinez Clifton ❤️

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