Ingeborg Romero

ingeborg romero

May 22, 1951 ~ August 9, 2006

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Ingeborg 'Inge' Romero, 55, of Pueblo, Colorad, passed away August 9, 2006. Survived by her son, Karry Fitzgerald; parents, Carl and Marlene Kuhl; sister, Silvia (Bill) Book; nieces, Stacy (Jason) Martinez and Kimberly (Grant) Simpson; great-niece, Ryen Martinez; great-nephew, Jason Martinez, Jr., all of Pueblo; and aunt, Ingeborg Eller of Germany. Preceded in death by her husband, Gilbert Gene Romero and great-grandmother, Magdelena Schoninger. Inge was born May 22, 1951, in Worms, Germany. She had a special place in her heart for pets. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 14, 2006, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Reverend Dr. Rick Calhoun officiating. Those who desire may make memorials to Animal Welfare through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. Dear Kuhl family:
    I was so saddened to read about Inge’s death. I was one of Inge’s friends when she first came here from Germany. We attended Park View Elementary School, Risley Junior High, and East High School together. I will always think of her beautiful smile and funny sense of humor. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    May you feel the Lord’s arms around you as you grieve.

  2. To Inge’s family: I was a good friend of Sylvia’s in grade school at Haaff Elementary and Heaton Middle School. We lost touch after high school. I remember how Sylvia looked up to Inge, respected and admired her. I remember little Karry when he was a baby and how happy life was when his mother & father were together. Inge loved her material things and always looked so beautiful at holidays and special events. She loved that yellow Corvette! My heart goes out to you Sylvia, Marlene & Karl. With love and sincere condolences….

  3. I was so sorry to hear about Inge. We were friends in school and I will always treasure my memories about her.

  4. For Karry: Our family,(the late) Linda and Jim Quintana of Norwood Ave.(lower Eastside), knew your Mother when she was a bride to your Father. We knew your Grandma Evelyn and Grandpa (before their death), and your Dad. She was a beautiful lady and we just adored her raspsy deep voice! She loved pets; we bought our German Shepherds from her and kept the names she gave them: Tarsha and Cougar. Life is never the same when your Mother dies, Karry… you’re in our prayers. Remember, she carried you in her belly and in her heart with much love and anticipation of your birth. Remember her with love, and respect her decision. You were her one and only baby boy, and she sure loved you. May your sorrow soon subside.

  5. To Inge’s Family:

    I don’t know if any of you will remember me, but Inge along with Lana (Procell) Leonard and Debbie (Johnson) Perrino were my best friends during Junior High. We dressed alike (granny glasses, the furry monster jackets, madre hats and our fuzzy angora socks). We had so much fun together, laughing continuously during and after school. I remember Inge had an elderly grandmother who lived with the family and they spoke German to each other. Inge taught me the word (ish liba dish – I Love You) which I have never forgotten. I remember Silvia was Inge’s little sister.

    We spent many times going to Skateland with the purpose of going to meet boys. We really had some fun times together.

    I do not know what happend, but we were not close during the high school years at East High and after graduation Debbie and Inge got married.

    What I do want to say to the family is just remember the good times. The world of drugs causes a lot of tough times for an individual and much heartache for the families of the individual. I have been a single mother for 20 years because of an ex-husband who refused to stop the drugs and now am going through the ups and downs with my oldest son because of his drug use. It is heartbreaking and I just want to offer you my condolences and for you to know that she now will be peacefully at rest with the Lord our Saviour and won’t have to feel hurt and pain again.

    Lots of Love,

    Lynn (Slezak) Savells

  6. In the sixties we picked Inge up and drove to the CA (Youth) services at the Assembly of God Church. Oh how I envied your hair-do just like in the East ’68 annual and you had a happy laugh. Thank you for your tender heart towards the critters. May God comfort your loved ones.

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