Died January 27, 2022.

Aged 96 years.


Beloved mother of Anthony.


Loved grandmother of

Sorayah and Michael

and her great grandchildren.


Loved daughter of

Catherine and John Nader

(both deceased).


Cherished sister of Ronald, Clem,

Evelyn, John, Norma, Margaret (all deceased),

Fr George, and Elizabeth, and sister-in-law

of Maureen and John.


Dearly loved Aunty of all of

her nieces and nephews.


Rest in Peace.




will be celebrated in St Patrick’s

Catholic Church, 268 Grote Street, Adelaide,

on FRIDAY, February 4th, 2022. commencing

at 12:30pm.


The committal will then follow in the

Catholic F Section of the Centennial Park

Cemetery, 760 Goodwood Road, Pasadena.


For those unable to attend the service, we welcome

you to access the livestream, via the blue link above.




Message Board

Gemma Anne Cunningham -

Aunty Mary, you were a woman ahead of her times, independent, feisty, business oriented but always with your faith and family in the forefront. We treasured you and were in awe of your huge personality. We know you have reached your home with God and will live on in our stories and memories

catherine walker -

Sad to see you go Aunty, what a wonderful long life you had Aunty Mary, I really wanted to catch up with you one last time but it wasn't meant to be , I'll always think of you as a very strong woman who had a lot of faith, worked hard and a lady with a wonderful laugh and love for life, god bless and love from the walkers catherine robert, daniel and simon .

Tracey Constant -

Mary so sorry to hear of your passing.So sorry I never got the chance to pay my respect,as well as your grandchildren Sorayah and Michael. I'm glad you got to see Sorayah before she moved to Sydney you said all your prayers were answered that day.Hope you got to see the photo's of your beautiful Great Granddaughter's Maddison and Mikaela may you R.I.P

Sorayah Constant -

To my dearest Sitta I am so broken that I didn’t get a chance to say goodbye. I did try numerous times. I am saddened that your great grand children didn’t get to meet or see you on FaceTime. I wish I got the opportunity to tell you how grateful and lucky I was to have you as a Sitta. My fondest memories are of you calling out where’s my princess and I would come to you with my pusher and spend many days and nights at your home. You spoiled me with so much love and time and that is the biggest gift a child could ever receive. Until we meet again and when we do I will hug and tell you, that I loved you as much as you loved me❤️❤️ Love always your Princess Sorayah

Carmen Cauchi -

Dear Mrs.Kramer I was 17 years old when I first met. You would always greet me as I was walking up to Anthony and Tracey’s home, which was next doors to your home. You let me know that you knew my father then our conversation would shift to me being catholic and how important it is to have Christ in our lives. I also enjoyed watching your face when you would come to get Sorayah. Your smile was so contagious and your eyes would light up like stars in the night sky. I had never seen a grandmother glow as much as you did. Thank you for our special small chats. It was a pleasure to have met and known you. Love Carmen