Norma Jeanie Winget

norma winget

February 9, 1941 ~ November 13, 2005

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Norma J. 'Jeanie' Winget, 64, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away Nov. 13, 2005. Survived by her husband of 46 years, Gordon L. Winget; children, Patricia Ann (Carl) Mead of Kaysville, Utah, Frances Marie (Jerry) Abbott of Flagstaff, Ariz. and Gordon R. (Kristie) Winget of Orem, Utah; sisters, Anna Lou Kelsey of Farmington, Utah, Wilma Bodle of Pueblo, Bonnie (Don) Brantley and Connie (Bob) Gibbons, both of Price, Utah; brother, Bob (Ginny) Trower of Alamosa, Colo.; and 14 grandchildren. Preceded in death by her parents, Garlin and Lorna Trower. Norma was born Feb. 9, 1941, in Alamosa, Colo. She was a medical transcriptionist. Her first love was her family. She also loved to cook and was a great friend to everyone with whom she came in contact. She was an active member of Church of Jesus Christ of LDS. The family will receive friends and relatives from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 18, 2005, at Church of Jesus Christ of LDS, 4720 Surfwood, with Bishop H. Ted Hawken officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences,

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  1. Aunt Jeanie was always my special guardian angel-I was convinced I was related to her just because she could always warm my heart with her special smile. When she married Uncle Red, she created my idea of what a perfect marriage is-we will miss her so much! We love you all, Dean and Dixie Bird

  2. I am so deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jeanie. She exemplifies to me the goodness of Latter-Day Saint women. A few months ago, I received a letter from Jeanie asking me to come to Church and other things of a personal nature. It had been my privelege to be Jeanie’s Bishop over 20 years ago. I was always in awe of her goodness and faith and her pure love for the Lord and her friends and family. But in this letter she was admonishing me to return to Church and live up to my responsibilities, for I was missed. I have misplaced the letter, but I still remember the tears I shed and the love I felt, for her, after I read it.I think of it often. Our ward family will now miss her more than words can say. God bless her for the example she was in my life and in the lives of my family. For her sweet family and dear husband, it is my wish for you to feel of the Savior’s love and peace as you say goodbye “for a time” to your special matriarch. May the Lord’s Spirit abide with you always. And to Jeanie I say thank you!! I will miss you, especially when I go to sing any of our beautiful Church hymns and look for you to be conducting…. but you are not there!
    With all my sympathy, love and prayers,

    Bishop Richard Bowman

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