Norma Reemtsen, 93, of Richmond passed away on April 11, 2022.
She was preceded in death by her husband LTC. Francis M Reemtsen; mother Mary Viola Stahl; father Harry Stahl; brother Harry Stahl; sisters Elizabeth Burda and Evelyn Nuckols; granddaughter Denise Cheseldine; and nephew Billy Ray Burda. She is survived by her sons, Rick (Darcie), Gary (Deborah), and Brian Reemtsen; her stepdaughters, Kay Norton (Harold) and Becky Gannon; grandchildren, Melanie Reemtsen, Eric Reemtsen (Hayley), Nicholas Reemtsen, Kimberly Skrzycki (Jeff), Jennifer Desai (Samir), Traci Justice, Randy Justice, Gary Justice (Tenille), Tim Conlogue (Mary), and Shannon Miller (Jim); nieces and nephews Regina Durvin (Dewey), Sharon Stahl, Keith Stahl, Tim Stahl, Tracy Farmer, Trudy Wender (Richard Hardy), Jenny Hall, Wayne Nuckols, and Harry Wiles; 24 great-grandchildren; and five great-great grandchildren.
Norma was loved by all who knew her, and she will be remembered for her sweetness, kindness and how much she loved her family. She dedicated her life to her children as she supported her husband and traveled with him from Virginia to Ohio, Pennsylvania, Germany, Okinawa, and Hawaii. She loved to play Bingo and card games, especially poker. She especially loved to dance. While living in her apartment at Morningside she was visited frequently by her nieces, Trudy Wender and Jenny Hall; and great nephew Greg Nuckols who gave her lots of extra attention to brighten her day. She always looked forward to their visits. Family pictures always adorned her walls and refrigerator. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 3 pm Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.
Following the service, the family will have a reception at the home of Gary and Debbie Reemtsen at 5416 Sunset Oak Way, Henrico, Virginia 23231.
In lieu of flowers please make a memorial contribution to the Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s Association.
Rest In Peace sweet Norma you will always be in my heart
Heaven has gained an angel with a sweet kind heart.
Fly high and dance above the clouds. Rest in peace pretty lady!
Aunt Norma, I will miss you. I will not forget how well you treated me when I was growing up. I think the one thing that I will remember most about you is your kindness and your SMILE that just seemed to melt people…. Rest now
I was just sitting here thinking about you tonight like always and started internet searching and came across this all over again. Grandma I miss you so much. I love you