2018 Houston County High School graduate, Corinne Elisabeth Grammer, passed away unexpectedly on the morning of Saturday, April 15, 2023. She was 22 years old.
Born in Macon, GA on August 21, 2000, Corinne was excited to have begun a job at Another Broken Egg. She was a lover of iced coffee, Harry Potter, and cats, especially her own kitty, Hamilton. Corinne also had a passion for concerts and music; some of her favorite artists included: One Direction, Lana del Ray, The Beatles, Logic and The Weeknd. Some of her other favorites were indulging in good food, experimenting with makeup, cooking, baking, all things Star Wars and Twilight, sunflowers and going to the beach. Corinne was looking forward to her upcoming cruise and going back to school to become a teacher to little kids. Additionally, she loved the arts and acting; she was thrilled to be given the lead role of Rhoda in The Bad Seed with Warner Robins Little Theatre at age 9, feature films and commercials! It was evident that she had a free spirit and loved life. Corinne was a wonderful friend to many, and was an even better sister to her brother, Collin, who was her favorite person in the world. She was passionate about social justice, feminism and inclusivity. Corinne believed strongly in karma and being a good person.
Corinne was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Patti Grammer; her maternal grandfather, Jerry Bramblett; her maternal step-grandfather, Ronnie Sadowski, Sr.; and great-grandparents, Tommy and Maysel Williams.
She is survived by her loving mother and stepfather, Christina and Aaron Hunt; her father and stepmother, William and Johna Grammer; brother, Collin Grammer, uncles, Billy Bramblett (Kelly), Ronnie Sadowski (Brandi), Joey Sadowski (Nicole) and Zachary Sadowski (Marcus Reed), aunt, Kelly Christmas (Darren); maternal grandparents, Brenda and Seckin Kosar; paternal grandfather, William Grammer; many cousins; and boyfriend, Michael Tinsley.
A Celebration of Life service celebrating Corinne’s life will take place in the chapel of McCullough Funeral Home on Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.
Flowers will be accepted or memorial donations may be given in memory of Corinne to Planned Parenthood, http://www.weareplannedparenthood.org
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