Beverly Nornberg

October 26, 1932 - June 21, 2020
Highland Memorial Park
14875 West Greenfield Avenue
New Berlin, WI 53151

In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated toAscension At Home3070 North 51st Street, Suite 302Milwaukee, WI 53210 

Joined her husband John on Sunday, June 21, 2020, age 87. Loving mother of Karen (Stanley) Gorenc and Michael (Monica) Nornberg.  Special grandmother of Brian, Scott, Ryan, and Kelsey.  Proud great grandmother of Paige, Isaac, John, and Jack.  Survived by her sister, Diane Ingersol. Born on October 26, 1932, to Otto and Blanch Knippschild.  PrecededContinue Reading

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Linda Smallwood left a message on September 19, 2021:
I was helping my mother search for her old friend Diane and came across this obituary. Our deepest Condolences to the family for your loss. But also, my mother (Jeanne Albright Semancik) would love to reach out to Diane.
Stacy & Steve Johnson left a message on June 30, 2020:
I am so saddened by the loss of my dear Auntie Bev! I have so many fond memories over the years of Boulder Junction and the house in New Berlin! May you rest in peace and find comfort in Uncle John's arms again!
Anne Pierce left a message on June 26, 2020:
Dear Mike, Karen and Family, I have enjoyed knowing Bev over the years in the New Berlin School District and then as a card playing buddy for many years. Our card group shared stories and laughs as well as supported each other during trying times. Bev always kept us organized and on track. She will be greatly missed by all of us. My sincere condolences. Sincerely, Anne Pierce
Faye Long left a message on June 26, 2020:
I loved her.
Mary Wilson left a message on June 26, 2020:
To Bev's family.... My thoughts are with all of you- her suffering is over but she will be missed. Bev was quite a gal. Many of us first met her when she was a school secretary, aka building manager. She kept everything under control and running smoothly. But she was more than that, Bev wore many hats in her lifetime. She was a fisherman's wife, a volunteer at church and hospital, a baker extraordinaire, a quilter, a golfer, a shopper and more. She loved holiday decorating, dominoes, Minocqua, a good drink, a good laugh, a good desert, the Bacheler TV show and especially a Culver's Blueberry malt. Bev forever searching for unique gifts for her family or a beautiful object to decorate her house with, always making room for one more discovery. But most of all, she loved playing games with friends. The dates in her little pocket calendar were always filled, often with two or three events for the day. She loved to play sheepshead, bridge, poker and any other card game, especially when a few dimes were at stake. She'd travel far to play Bingo or Black Jack. When the 'Stay Safe at Home' order was given, she played along with the Game Show Network. But now, as Bev heads off to that big casino in the sky, I say farewell to my friend, may you always have the most chips! Mary Wilson
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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