Let the memory of Eleanor be with us forever
  • 87 years old
  • Born on June 6, 1926 .
  • Passed away on January 5, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Eleanor Kraus 87 years old , born on June 6, 1926 and passed away on January 5, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Marcia Plain-Olivera on 5th January 2016
Grandma not a day goes by that I don't think about you and all the memories from Barbie to mitsy to tinker. Love you grandma forever and ever and beyond.
Posted by Tiffany Kraus on 5th January 2016
2 years today :( it still breaks my heart to think about it. You were the most amazing person I know. I love you so much and miss you more
Posted by Amber Plain on 27th March 2015
I miss you so much grandma<3<3<3
Posted by Amber Plain on 10th August 2014
Happy belated Birthday grandma!!!!!!!!!! I miss u, lots. Thinking about u :) <3
Posted by Marcia Plain-Olivera on 7th June 2014
Happy birthday grandma! Missing you!
Posted by Amber Plain on 21st January 2014
I love you grandma, and I wish I could see you again. imiss watching cartoons and soap operas with you. :(
Posted by Amber Plain on 14th January 2014
I remember when I used to sit right next to grandma Eleanor watching cartoons; like Dora and Clifford in the morning and Soap Operas in the evening. We always ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches together for lunch. I love and miss her.
Posted by Amber Plain on 14th January 2014
As sweet as the jelly that used to fill up my belly everytime i'd visit you. We'd laugh and we'd talk or we'd go for a walk. But now it seems as if you've gone too soon. We will see you again, we will miss you my friend, you were there from the start to the end. We love you dearly, you are remembered forever. YOU ARE THE BEST GRANDMA EVER!!!!!!
Posted by Marcia Plain-Olivera on 12th January 2014
"Amazing Grace" Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now I'm found. 'Twas blind, but now I see. 'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear And grace my fears relieved. How precious did that grace appear The hour I first believed. When we've been there ten thousand years Bright shining as the sun, We've no less days to sing God's praise Then when we first begun. Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now I'm found. Was blind, but now I see.
Posted by Marcia Plain-Olivera on 11th January 2014
     As we say see you later because we all know that it was NEVER goodbye. I made that mistake a few times going to leave and quickly said "bye gramma" and got that what did you just say look and quickly corrected myself "see you later gramma"      All we may have is the love and memories she's left us with but that's what we need to hold onto. A love like that cannot be replaced.      We are going to miss her and most of all I think we will all miss her smile. I remember walking into the house or her hospital room and she had a big smile on her face or she would chuckle at the silly things I would say.      I know it's been said already her passion was her grandchildren and most of all her great-grandchildren. She babysat most of the great grandchildren and spoiled them. They could do no wrong and they got whatever they wanted. Us grandchildren the parents of the great grandchildren were the lucky ones who got to take the spoiled children home.      I can't forget her animals...Barbie, Mitzy, and Tinker. She spoiled them too. She had a kind of communication with them. She knew exactly what they wanted and when they wanted it.      A story my mother and father told me sticks out probably because I had done the same thing this past summer. My mom said they were driving down a back road and gramma said "look at all those dogs in that field". My mom said "mom if those dogs start running toward the road you better slow down because they aren't dogs they are deer". The reason this story sticks out is this past summer as I'm driving down a back road off in the distance I see horses coming down the side of the road. Well...as I approach these horses I realize they are actually people walking down the side of the road. So I guess gramma was not the only one with that really bad far away vision.      She was the master at crochet. She's the one that taught me. The thing she crocheted the most was baby blankets for her grandchildren and great grandchildren.      She was not alone in her passing. We all surrounded her bedside. Sent to heaven with love. Love you always Gramma.
Posted by Pam Gray on 8th January 2014
I remeber gramma for all your smiles. You will forever be missed. Love you lots
Posted by Priscilla Sanzotta on 8th January 2014
I remember Aunt Eleanor during my summer vacation at Grandmas and Grandpas. She would take Bobby, Sandra and myself to the parades all over. I enjoyed that very much.
Posted by Ron Plain on 8th January 2014
I remember every time mom and dad would bring us kids over, whether it was thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other day, grandma's face would light up with the biggest smile because she was glad to see us.

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