Shirley Joyce Kammeyer

Mar 20, 1928 - Sep 20, 2018



  • Natalie Hartman DAgostini Whitnack says:

    Dr. Kammeyer had that special gift of believing so much in another that before long they believed in themself.. Shirley made education, not a burdening challenge, but rather a lifelong, joyful pursuit,
    I was working full time, married ,and a mother of three children. I wantd to attain a Masters Degree
    in Therapeutic Recreation Studies but the schools that offered such a degree were out of my traveling reach with my other responsibilities. Shirley reached into other departments finding classes that would provide me the skills required and within a few years I received my M.S. degree in Recreation for Special Needs. Dr. Kammeyer was a creative, dedicated, professional who broke through many glass ceilings.. God Bless Shirley and may she wear her wings with pride for livingv a life that touchd so many Natalie Hartman, D’Agostini, Whitnack
    a degree were out of my reach. Dr. K. sat down with me a designed a degree with in the offerings of various departments. She truly taught me iif there is a will, there is a way”. Thank you to a truly dedicatd educator from a true admirer. Dr. Kammeyer was a true recreation educator, who didn’t play

  • FF says:

    Death is so unfair. The scriptures tell us that death is the “last enemy” to be brought to nothing at 1 Cor 15:26. In the meantime, may your family find comfort in God’s promise at Rev 21:4 that says: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

  • Nolan Pepperdine says:

    Dr. Kemmerer along with Natalie D’Agostini gave me a direction that would last my whole life. Showing people how to re-create their lives through the power of play. The world was a better place when Shirly was in it.

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