Evonne Marie Kruger

Evonne Marie Kruger

Evonne Marie Kruger

Evonne Marie Kruger was born on April 12, 1957 in Renton, Washington to Robert and Florene Williams and entered eternity on February 24, 2016. She passed away in her home in Black Diamond, Washington after gracefully fighting a two-year cancer battle.

Evonne grew up in Maple Valley, attended Tahoma High School, and spent the majority of her life in the greater Seattle area. For nearly thirty years, Evonne immensely enjoyed her job as a school bus driver with Tahoma School District. She was also very active, enjoying gardening, jazzercise, softball, boating, crafts, and recreational trips to Mexico.

Evonne devotedly cared for her kids, Andrea Smith and Tom Personius, by whom she is survived. She will also be greatly missed by her loving partner Gary Baker, nine grandchildren, and brothers, Mike Williams and Lloyd Williams.

A celebration of Evonne’s life will be held on April 2, 2016 at 2:00 PM at the Lake Wilderness Lodge.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Valley Girls & Guys, Evonne’s charity of choice.

5 Responses to “Evonne Marie Kruger”

  • Judi Le Penske says:

    I only knew Evonne for the two plus years I danced in the Black Diamond Jazzercise class. She was such a graceful dancer with boundless energy. After her diagnosis with cancer she continued to live her life to the fullest. Through Facebook I was able to get to know her and see how much she was loved and admired. Evonne showed us all how to live and how to die. That was a gift to us all. Rest in peace, Queen Bee.

  • Anne Personius says:

    I admired Evonne not only as my sister in law but as a strong woman who always worked hard to overcome adversity, and achieve her goals, to be a blessing to those around her and to her family. Thank you Evonne for leaving us the legacy of your wonderful children and grandchildren. I know you love them so much and are so proud of them as are we. God bless you.

  • Jan Evans says:

    I worked with Evonne for 12 years. I learned a lot from her over the years, the most important thing being life is short so love every minute of it. I miss her greatly…

  • Debbie Valdez says:

    Good bye My Sister, until we meet again. We had a special bond no one else could claim….
    Williams Sisters. You were a very loving person to many people
    ❤️❤️❤️❤️
    RIP Sister

  • Melody Hagstrom says:

    Until we get together again, I will miss you dearly!

    Evonne was so special! She was one of those people with the ability to share a unique relationship with everyone she knew. She and I were best buds from the time we met in 6th grade at the Shadow Lake Elementary carnival. We were inseparable all through school, I was her biggest supporter and she was mine. As life took us our separate ways we stayed in touch. Wherever we got together it felt like we hadn’t missed a beat. I’m so thankful for the day last summer we got lost looking for a nursery. It was an adventure we both treasured.

    I’m so sorry she passed….I know if there was any way she could have stayed, she would have. She had enough love and strength to do anything!

    I am a much better person having known Evonne and will be forever grateful for our friendship.

    ❤️❤️

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