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Karl Normann

In Loving Memory

Normann, Karl R.

Normann, Karl Robert, Born February 15, 1947, passed peacefully at de Greeff Hospice House on Friday June 16, 2023, at the age of 76 after a long history of Dementia and Parkinson’s Disease compounded by a severe fall.

Loving husband of Linda L. Steen-Pedroli Normann; son of the late George William and Bernice C. Normann; brother to George William Normann Jr., Robert Charles Normann and the late Harvey Roy Normann; son-in-law to Henry R. (the late Lorene) Pedroli; uncle to Todd (Ashley) Normann, Alan (Brandy) Normann, Lisa (Bryan Siebel) Normann-Siebel, Denise (Joe Acinelli) Franklin-Acinelli, Michael Franklin and David Shawn (Iramesa) Franklin and family from Texas; nephew to Jean (the late Claude) Wilkerson; great uncle, great great uncle, cousin and friend to many. Loved and missed by all.

Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Monday June 26 at 9:00 am. Interment St. John Cemetery (St. Cyr Rd.). Anyone interested in making a tribute donation to the Alzheimer’s/Dementia Association may do so at act.alz.org  Visitation Sunday 4-8 pm.


4 thoughts on “Normann, Karl R.”

  1. I’m so deeply sorry for your loss. I know you and Karl had a great life together and you will deeply miss him. He is at peace now and no longer in pain. Just know that Karl is watching over you .

  2. Linda, sorry for your loss. The two of you enjoyed many great years together and you took such great care of him especially during his recent medical issues, I know you will miss him greatly.
    I worked with Karl for almost 50 years, and it seems like just yesterday that we were having lunch together, traveling to job sites, so many great memories. He was loved and respected by everyone he came in contact with over the years. He will be missed by many.
    Karl, thanks for the great memories, Rest In Peace My Friend.

  3. We lost a good man. Karl was always a good brother in law to me. I’m so sorry Linda for your loss. You were always the center of his life and his love for you was truly meant to be. I will miss him so much but I know he is at peace now. I wish for you the peace of knowing he is in Heaven with other loved ones and someday you will be together again. You gave him your all and you were the best caretaker one could ever have. Much love to you at this painful time of your life.

  4. We are so sorry to hear of Karl’s passing.
    He was such a sweet and kind man.
    Our thoughts are with you Linda.

    Lesley, Emily, Carson and Loren Pedroli


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