Samme J. Schramm
Samme J. Schramm, 78, of Palmyra died on Wednesday morning at Carlinville Rehabilitation and Health Center in Carlinville.
Born in Woodson on September 13, 1942, she was the daughter of the late Sam and Mary (Long) Leamons. She married Dale E. Schramm in May of 1965 and he survives in Carlinville.
Also surviving are her children, Laurie Schramm of Pensacola, Fl., Jill (Curt) Meisenheimer of Hettick, Il., Rob (Linda) Schramm of Palmyra, Il., and Amy Jo (Emerson) Dewitt of Modesto, Il.; grandchildren, Adam (Misti) Meisenheimer, Jeff (Nicole) Meisenheimer, Zac (Dani) Meisenheimer, Jacob & Sarah Dewitt, & Taylor and Ty Schramm; great-grandchildren, Cameron Jo, Mallory, Sloan & Brayson Meisenheimer, Wesley Reed; a sister, Willa (Leamons Bivin) Suttles of Rochester, Il.; sister-in-laws, Joyce Leamons of Bluffs, Il., and Sue Leamons of Kentucky; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers: David and Lyle Leamons.
Samme graduated from Waverly High School and was a Modesto Whirlwind 4H Leader. She was a member of the Modesto Methodist Church.
Samme was employed years ago by Anderson Clayton, National Life Insurance, State Representative Paul Findlay and many years at Northwestern Elementary School and retired from UIS Springfield after over 20 years of service.
She enjoyed crossword puzzles, family tree research, politics, camping, traveling, music shows, collecting leaves and rocks with her children and grandchildren. Many times she enjoyed eagle watching. Her favorite time spent was time on the porch swing sharing stories with her family.
Private graveside rites will be held at Waverly East Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Northwestern Scholarship Fund under her name c/o the funeral home at Neece Funeral Home 349 East Tanner Waverly, IL 62692. Condolences may be left online at: www.airsman-hires.com. Stultz-Neece Funeral Home in Palmyra is in charge of arrangements.
September 13, 1942 - November 18, 202009/13/194211/18/2020
Samme J. Schramm
1 Tree has been planted in memory of Samme Schramm.