Angelina Rose Krupka

October 25, 1930January 30, 2021

Angelina R. Krupka, 90, passed away peacefully on January 30, 2021. Preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, John J. Krupka and parents, Fred and Vera (Martino) Dalio. She was a lifelong resident of Pueblo, CO. Survived by her sons, Fred (Debbie) Krupka and Jack (Linda) Krupka and grandchildren, Johnny, Frank, Tiffanie (Will Sandoval), Juli, Audree (Tony) Colarelli, and ten great grandchildren, sister Carmella Jean Frederic, brother Michael Dalio and sister-in-law Joan Krupka.

Angie graduated from Central High School and retired after 30 years as purchasing agent for the Colorado State Hospital. Angie loved time spent with her family and grandchildren and great grandchildren. A special time for all was baking pizzelles at Christmas with all the kids and friends. She liked playing bunco and cards and going to lunch with her dear friends and enjoyed trips to Cripple Creek. She was strong in her faith and a member of the Shrine of St. Therese and CCW. She was a generous source of guidance and comfort for her family.

Heartfelt thanks go to Cassandra Krupka, Leslie Atchison, Jolene O’Connell, Debbie Reynolds and family, Dennis Novak, Father Michael Chrisman and Center Care Hospice.

Donations in her name may be made to Shrine of St. Therese or St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Due to COVID, family services have already taken place. Angie’s final resting place is at Roselawn Cemetery.


  • John Krupka Jr
  • Peyton Krupka
  • Danny Krupka
  • Will Sandoval
  • Tony Colarelli
  • Dennis Novak


  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, February 5, 2021


Angelina Rose Krupka

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Lucille Paglione-Corsentino

February 7, 2021

To the family of Angela,
Angela and my Aunt Frances Paglione were good friends. I have fond memories of the friendship they shared. I remember the day my Aunt Fran was a bridesmaid in Angela and John's wedding. Through the years Angela and John would visit my Grandma Paglione's home and it was always fun to reconnect with the Krupka's. Also, we'd see your parents at an occasional wedding or event in Pueblo and Angela was always a dear person to visit with. All of the Paglione family is deceased and gone but the fond fun memories remain of happy days and happier care free times that unfortunately we may never experience again.
Angela's photo that accompanied the obituary captured her likeness as she will be remembered as a very attractive woman. My most heart felt condolences to all of the Krupka family. Angela and John are rejoined together and now rest in the Arms of God .
With sympathy,
Lucille Paglione-Corsentino

Lois Conatore-Houpe

February 4, 2021

My deepest condolences to the Krupka family. I met Mr. and Mrs. Krupka more than a few times. Mrs. Krupka was absolutely delightful and it was very obvious how much she loved and cherished her family, her heritage and her friends.