Elizabeth Ann Kreutzer Conley went to be with her heavenly father on Saturday, August 20, 2016, at her daughter Debbie Hupp's home in Leavenworth.

Elizabeth Ann Kreutzer Conley went to be with her heavenly father on Saturday, August 20, 2016, at her daughter Debbie Hupp's home in Leavenworth. She was 81.
Ann was born August 5, 1935 in Leavenworth, Kansas to Carl Joseph Kreutzer and Frances Boyle Kreutzer. She was the youngest of three siblings. She attended St. Joseph Grade School and Immaculata .
She was married to Edward John Murawski on June 20, 1951 and they were later divorced in 1971. She married the first love of her life, Everett G. Conley on April 13, 1973. He preceded her in death in 2006.
She leaves behind her only daughter Debbie (Danny) Hupp, Leavenworth, Kansas, three grandchildren, Danny (Shel) Hupp, Jr., Leavenworth, Kansas, Christina (Bryan) Dudley, Platte City, Missouri and Carmen (Colin) Hupp, Maricopa, Arizona. She has seven great-grandchildren, Devin Hupp, Kansas City, Missouri, Abby Williams, Kansas City, Kansas, Alex and Addison Williams, Platte City, Missouri, Avery Williams, Leavenworth, Kansas, Gavin and Harper Dudley, Platte City, Missouri.
Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Mary Decker and Jane Cordt, brother Jim Kreutzer.
Ann worked for many years at the old Hallmark Plant. In 1964 she moved to Waynesville, Missouri to be by her sister. There she worked at the Ben Franklin store and was known as the candy lady. At that time the candy was in display bins and had to be weighed on a scale for the amount the customer wanted. She also made cotton candy on the paper tubing for children and it would get in her beautiful auburn hair.
She then went to work in Civil Service at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. She worked in the Admission office at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital.
In 1966 she moved back to her hometown Leavenworth and stayed in civil service at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. She started at Truesdale Hall and then transferred to the Fort Leavenworth Commissary. When retiring from the Commissary in 1995 as an accounting technician, she had 28 years of service.
In the early 70's she also worked for H&R Block preparing Federal Income taxes during tax season.
She loved working in her yard and would spend many hours attending to her flowers. Her grass had to be perfect. She received the Yard-of-the-Month award two different times from the Chamber of Commerce Women's Division.
When her husband was still living they loved to go to Harrah's Casino. After his passing she liked going to activities at the Council on Aging. She was also a member of the V.F.W. Auxiliary # 56
Visitation beginning with the rosary will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday August 25, 2016 at the Davis Funeral Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 8:30 a.m. Friday at St. Casimir Parish with Fr. Phillip Winkelbauer as celebrant. Burial will follow at the Leavenworth National Cemetery.
Memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer's Association, St. Casimir Altar Society or Leavenworth Animal Welfare Society.
The family would also like to thank St. Luke's Home Health and Hospice Care for all the years of care and compassion they gave mom so we could keep her at home with us. And to Dr. Nickolas Brockert and staff for his wonderful care and concern.
Arrangements entrusted to Davis Funeral Chapel. Condolences may be left on Elizabeth’s online guestbook at www.davisfuneralchapelinc.com