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Norine Alber

In Loving Memory

Alber, Norine J. (nee Gianino)

August 30, 1939 - October 15, 2023

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Sunday October 15, 2023.

Beloved wife of the late Karl Alber; loving mother of Lore (Chirs) Passiglia and Karl W. (Brandi) Alber; loving grandmother of Marisa, Christian, Cameron, Kade, Morgan and Sydni; dear sister of the late Joseph (surviving Mary Lou) Gianino; dear aunt and friend.

Services; Funeral mass at St. Justin Martyr Catholic Church (11910 Eddie & Park Rd. 63126) Friday October 20 at 11:30 AM. Interment St. Paul Churchyard. Memorials to  https://www.afaffoundation.org/ appreciated. A service of KUTIS AFFTON Chapel


5 thoughts on “Alber, Norine J. (nee Gianino)”

  1. Norine my thoughts and prayers are with you now in your heavenly home. You have been such a wonderful friend to me and I will truly miss you. You’re such a beautiful person and we had so many great dinners and get together. We shared so many family situations and had some sad memories regarding our husbands Karl and Norm. I think that they were looking down many times when we were having a glass of wine and they were happy that we could share these memories and be such good friends. I will never forget you and just know I loved you almost like you were my sister. PEACE

  2. My sincere condolences to your Lore , Chris and family! Your Mother was a gem! Norine was so kind, caring and the most genuine sweetest person! She will be missed by so many people! Rest in Peace Norine!!!❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻

  3. I remember early in our high school days Lore going to your house. Your dad would be putzing around doing stuff, and your mom and Nani would be sitting at the kitchen table, just chatting and being sweet and nice to us kids. . And your Nani would ask us if we were going to go to Mickey D’s (McDonalds 😊) – great memories. it’s so good to know that your mom is with her mom and Carl again and is at peace. Love you!

  4. I would wright my mom little poems and notes to cheer her up or just let her know how much she meant to me.
    This is a letter I wrote her when for the first time we could not all be together for Christmas.
    Dear Mom,
    I know how much you wanted us all to be together this Christmas and it pains me it didn’t work out. I will be thinking of you and all of the wonderful Christmas past that you have given us! I will be sending you all my love and prayers and hope you feel it! I know it has been hard this year, but you’ve worked so hard to stay positive and I love that about you. You are one tough cookie and don’t forget it! You have wonderful family and friends that all love you so much. I want you to know that I’ll always be there for you just like you’ve been there for me. You’ve been the best wife a wife could be, a best friend when one was in need and above all else the best mom to me! Stay strong “Muscles” Love Karl

  5. To my amazing mother in law, Norine,

    Thank you for accepting me into your family as though I had always been there and for loving me as one of your own. I am forever grateful.

    I love you always,


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