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Alexander Funeral Home - North Chapel

4200 Stringtown Road, Evansville, IN

OBITUARY

Norman "Kenny" Streeter

March 19, 1946May 27, 2020

Norman “Kenny” Streeter passed away Wednesday, May 27, 2020. He was born in Louisville, KY on March 19, 1946.

He was a veteran of the Army and retired from the coal mines. He was a former member and proud supporter of the UMWA. After retirement he worked as a maintenance man mainly for the excitement of socializing. Norman was a proud father and loyal friend who’s witty sense of humor was unmatched by anyone. He enjoyed serving as a handy-man for his family and was always helping others.

Norman was preceded in death by his wife, Kathy Streeter; daughter, Lori Streeter; and grandson, Brandon Beck; parents, John and Edith Streeter and Ruth Streeter.

He is survived by his daughters, Paula Beck (Jim), Stephanie White, Sherrie Streeter, Carrie Dougan and Brittany Streeter; ten grandchildren, eight great grandchildren; and sister, Betty Steinkamp.

A funeral service will be 2:00pm Saturday, May 30, 2020 at Alexander North Chapel, 4200 Stringtown Road, officiated by Rich Mull, with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. Friends may visit Saturday from 10:00am until service time at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Linda E. White Hospice.

Condolences may be made online at www.AlexanderNorthChapel.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Paula Beck (Jim), Daughter
  • Stephanie White, Daughter
  • Sherrie Streeter, Daughter
  • Carrie Dougan, Daughter
  • Brittany Streeter, Daughter
  • Betty Steinkamp, Sister
  • Kathy Streeter, Wife (deceased)
  • Lori Streeter, Daughter (deceased)
  • Brandon Beck, Grandson (deceased)
  • Ten Grandchildren
    Eight Great Grandchildren

Services

  • Funeral Service At Alexander North Chapel

    Saturday, May 30, 2020

Memories

Norman "Kenny" Streeter

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Paula Beck

May 29, 2020

To many, he was Norman or "Norm". To family, he was Kenney. To me, he was dad. Three simple letters that identified him as an extraordinary part of my life. He was the most dependable and loyal man I had known as a child and young adult. My husband had big shoes to fill to measure up to my dad. Dad teased Jim a lot, but that's dad's way when he meets someone he likes. He might just be the only boyfriend any of us girls brought home that dad didnt call "pukeweed". And maybe he did call him pukeweed at first, but dad knew I was in good hands. I'll miss my dad for the rest of my life, but I know he's with Jesus, Mom, Lori and Brandon in Heaven.

I love you dad.

Jim Beck

May 28, 2020

Kenny was always such a nice and funny guy, he accepted me and my boys into his family, and it never felt like we were anything but family, I was so proud and impressed at the way he handled his daughters losing their mom, he was the rock they needed, I will always remember his readiness to laugh and talk openly about anything, I will miss you my second dad.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY