Norma P. Kreusch

norma kreusch

March 1, 1933 ~ September 20, 2009

Resided in: Beulah, CO

Norma P. Kreusch, 76, passed away Sept. 20, 2009. Survived by her husband of 53 years, Bernie Kreusch, of the family home in Beulah; son, Tony Kreusch of Denver; brother, Pete R. (Nani) Perricone of Pueblo; numerous other relatives, and a host of friends and students. Preceded in death by her sister, Anna Jones. Norma was born to Peter and Garnett Perricone on March 1, 1933, in Pueblo. She was a loved and respected teacher at Beulah Elementary. She was a member of Beulah Valley Book Club and Beulah Friday Lunch Bunch. There will be no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice or Centro de los Pobres through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. In behalf of my mother Dale Bible, we wish to send our condolonces on the passing of Norma. She was a terrific hostess and we have many memories of many dinners with Norma and Bernie. She was a beautiful person and will be sadly missed.

  2. So many memories of Norman’s great story telling. Most of all I remember when she laughed tears would run down her face. I was always impressed with her passion for life. One day we will all be together again. What a day that will be! “The Lord cares deeply when His loved ones die.” Psalms 116:15 NLT
    I love you “Aunt Norma” and you will be missed, Heidi

  3. Norma Kruesch was my aunt not of the body but of the heart. Her family, including her mother Garnett, contributed to some of the most endearing memories of my childhood. To Uncle Bernie and Tony, there are no words. May God envelope you and provide comfort. Aunt Norma was blessed with both an adoring husband and loving child. God be with you.

  4. Though not bound by blood, you, and
    Anna too, were always my Aunts.I will miss your cheerfullness and laugh and sense of humour.You put up a good fight all these years and I never heard you complain or have self pity.I’m sure your positive spirit is an inspiration to others.I’m glad you were in my life and I will truly miss you.I know where to find you when it is my time and I hope you have won a million jackpots by then!Say hello to my parents.Until I see you again…. Love, Bobby O’Donnell

  5. We were blessed with so many years of love, fun, and family gatherings shared … only to leave me wanting more. Such wonderful memories are tucked away in my heart and will be cherished forever. Eternal love, eternal peace … always my Auntie.

  6. If I could see her right now I know that I wouldn’t recognize her because she is absolutely perfect. Even though I know this fact to be true I still wish I could. If God told me I could have her back I would say “no”, because I know that would be selfish because she’s well now. But I still wish I could. I love you Aunt Norma, mwa -Mandie

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