December 30, 1931 ~ December 7, 2022

Born in: Kingfisher, Oklahoma
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Celebration of Life:

Norma J. Reinier, 90, passed away Dec. 07, 2022. Survived by sister, Vernita Anderson; son, Don (Dorothy) Williams; daughter, Delene (Charlie) Hall; son-in-law, Richard Schneider; grandchildren, Jennifer Schneider, Shannon (Aaron) Conner, Craig (Jennifer)Williams, Darren (Melissa) Williams, Charlie Hall, Christopher (Sarah) Hall and Nicholas Hall; great-grandchildren, Lillyan, Isaac, Haili and Brenndann Weldon, Devin Schneider, Chandler, Kregan and Korbin Conner, Addison, Sophia, Oliver, Oscar and Lola Williams and Dominick and Deion Hall; and nephews, Vern and Vance McAdams. Preceded in death by first husband, Donald E. Williams; second husband, R. Edward Reinier; and oldest daughter, Paula A. Schneider. Norma was born on Dec. 30, 1931, in Kingfisher, Okla. She was an elementary school teacher for Dist. 60 at Highland Park Elementary. She enjoyed traveling to Alaska, going to plays, symphonies, concerts and going to coffee with friends. She was a member of the Daughters of American Revolution, Order of Eastern Star, longtime member of Delta Kappa Gamma, lifetime member of NEA and Arts Center Associates. Memorial service, 2 P.M. Friday, Dec. 16, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

 

Services

Memorial Service: - December 16, 2022 2:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Craig and Delene,
    Love and prayers to you. I am deeply sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was a special friend to me; we met
    at Highland Park School in the 1960s. Over the years, we shared good times and bad. I have always admired her for her courage in dealing with life.
    Her 90th birthday party is a special memory. Her loving family made it a very special
    day.
    Rest in peace, Norma, my dear friend. God bless your beautiful family!
    Mary Hodges

  2. I was so sorry to hear of Norma’s passing. We taught together at Highland Park. She took a genuine interest in everyone she met . She was a friendly , kind and thoughtful human being. May she rest in peace. I enjoyed the time we spent together. My condolences to your family. Donna Verderaime

  3. Ms. Reinier was my 2nd grade teacher. I am now 46 years old and remember her like it was yesterday. She was a lovely woman who had great patience and a spirit of kindness.

    May the memories of her bring you comfort in the upcoming days ahead. What an impact she made on my life and many others!

  4. Dear Family,
    I hold you in my heart and prayers as you go through this difficult time. May you always cherish the memories you have of Norma. As a fellow teacher, friend of Norma and Ed, we often exchanged humerous stories of our husbands hunting trips. I enjoyed visiting with Norma at the Symphony events. She was a special lady who always had a positiveness and a smile. May you be blessed with peace and comfort.

  5. Dear Family,

    My prayers are with you and I hold you in my heart as you go through this difficult time. May you always cherish the memories you hold of Norma. As a friend with Norma and Ed, we often exchanged stories of the times our husbands went hunting together. I also enjoyed visiting with Norma at the Symphony events and honor her and her life. She always portrayed a happiness and a smile.
    Donna Seilheimer

  6. My prayers are with the family. As a teacher and member of Central Christian Church, I knew Norma quite well. I am sorry the pandemic and health issues prevented us from visiting the way we used to do. I pray God will wrap you all in His cloak of comfort. Treasure your special memories.
    In Christ’s Love,
    Ruth Anne Pearce

  7. CandleImageMy deepest sympathy to the whole family! Norma will be missed. Too many memories to put into words. Rest In Peace Norma.

  8. I am so sorry to hear about Norma’s passing. I’m sure she is filling my mom (Jean Smith) in on everything to catch her up to date. I always enjoyed my visits with Norma. She will be missed. Big hugs to her entire family. Rest In Peace Norma.🙏💕

  9. To the Williams family:
    May you find comfort and peace at this difficult time. Norma was a great person. I enjoyed going to work and visiting with her before she would leave for the day. God Bless!

  10. To say I am heartbroken is an understatement..Norma was my teacher in 2nd grade and then later when I started working for Dr. Jagger she was my patient. But she was more than that..she was my friend. She remembered me from the moment she saw me at Dr. Jagger’s office and once brought me a hand written note my mom had written to her in 1973. She had found it while going through some old school things and the day she gave it to me I couldn’t have needed it more because my mom had passed away. I will never forget that or her. She was such a special lady and I loved her dearly. She will be missed by everyone at Dr. Philson’s office as well. My deepest condolences to all of the family.

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