Cherished by many, Shelle Blakeslee Cramer will long be remembered by those she loved. Shelle died June 23, 2020 in her home surrounded by her loved ones after a long fight with cancer. When she became ill, her husband Jeffrey remained steadfast in his care for her during her final days. Shelle was born on March 6, 1953 in Allegan, MI, the daughter of Edwin M. and Inez W. Adams Blakeslee. Shelle grew up in Pullman, MI. She graduated from Bloomingdale High School. She worked as the bookkeeper for On Target Guns Shop for over 30 years. She lived most of her life in Gobles MI. Shelle was a member of Calvary Reformed Church for several years. On January 25, 2003, she married Jeffrey Cramer. Shelle was a special person; much loved by her family who meant the world to her. Opening her home for family gatherings for all the holidays was her passion. Cooking was her way of sharing her love. Shelle loved spending time in her garden tending to her roses and geraniums. She was an avid Tigers fan and listened to games every night during the season while she was busy with her latest knitting or crocheting project. Shelle and Jeff enjoyed exploring the roads and trails in the Upper Peninsula taking long rides wherever their pathway led. Shelle is lovingly remembered by her husband, Jeffrey Cramer. Also surviving are: three sons, Wyatt (Michele) Brown, Morgan Bonnema, and Cody Cramer; her beloved grandson, Cameron Brown; three daughters, Cassondra (James) Bour, Rebecca Cramer, and Jessica (Andrew) Mulder; and her precious granddaughter Opal Mulder whom she loved dearly; three sisters, Diane (Jerry) Denison, Connie Blakeslee, and Karen (Lee) Albertson; brother, Richard (Jill) Blakeslee; sister-in-law Roberta Cramer, three brothers-in-law, Steven (Kim) Cramer, Mark, (Lyn) Cramer and Frederick (Carrie) Cramer; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Shelle was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Russell Blakeslee and Wayne (Joe) Blakeslee. Due to concerns regarding COVID-19 the Celebration of Life will be held at a later date to be announced. Pastor Greg Van Heukelom will be officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the West Michigan Cancer Center.