OBITUARY

Augusta Love Krumanocker

March 27, 1918June 8, 2019

Augusta Love “Lovie” Krumanocker passed away in her sleep on June 8, 2019.

She was born on March 26,1918 in New Florence, Mo., to Clarence Talbot and Augustia Mitchell. She is survived by her daughter, Janet Hudgens (Lawrence) of Pueblo and two sons James Krumanocker (Carolyn) of Midwest City, Oklahoma & Jared Krumanocker (Lanonah) of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Grandchildren Lawrence Hudgens II, Sheryl Hudgens, Susan McManaway, Gene Krumanocker, Yolanda Clark, Karen Krumanocker, Erich Krumanocker; Great Grandchildren Izaac Grover, Alex and Danny McManaway, Jordan and Kelsey Krumanocker, Alyssia and Christa Ann Trujillo, Marissa and Michael Krumanocker, Rowan and Hazel Krumanocker, Wyatt Martin and Athena Krumanocker; Great great grandchild Kyla.

Lovie was preceded in death by her husband John E. Krumanocker II, son John E. Krumanocker III and grandsons Jim and Jason Krumanocker.

A viewing will be held Wednesday, June 12 at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home 329 Goodnight Ave, Pueblo, CO 81004 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.

The graveside service will be held Thursday, June 13 at 10:30am at Mountain View Cemetery,1315 Acero Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado 81004, Block 7, Lot 36 Grave 4 East.

In lieu of flowers or food, memorial contributions may be made to the Pueblo Library Foundation, Attention Gloria Madrill, 100 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004. or if you wish to contribute in her memory online, visit http://www.pueblolibrary.org/donate and type Augustia Love “Lovie” Krumanocker in the comment field.

  • FAMILY

  • She is survived by her daughter, Janet Hudgens (Lawrence) of Pueblo and
    two sons James Krumanocker (Carolyn) of Midwest City, Oklahoma &
    Jared Krumanocker (Lanonah) of Colorado Springs, Colorado;
    Grandchildren Lawrence Hudgens II, Sheryl Hudgens, Susan McManaway, Gene Krumanocker, Yolanda Clark, Karen Krumanocker, Erich Krumanocker; Great Grandchildren Izaac Grover, Alex and Danny McManaway, Jordan and Kelsey Krumanocker, Alyssia and Christa Ann Trujillo, Marissa and Michael Krumanocker, Rowan and Hazel Krumanocker, Wyatt Martin and Athena Krumanocker;
    Great great grandchild Kyla.

    Lovie was preceded in death by her husband John E. Krumanocker II,
    son John E. Krumanocker III
    and grandsons Jim and Jason Krumanocker.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Graveside Service Thursday, June 13, 2019

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Richard Zordel

June 15, 2019

I didn't meet Mrs Krumanocker until a couple of years ago. At least I don't think so. James (Jim) and I were friends at Morton, Freed and Centennial. When I finally did meet her I was volunteering at Morton with a Kindergarten teacher. Mrs Dionisio would have the class raise butterflies each Spring. "Lovie" had a really good growth of wild yellow roses in her front yard. I asked her if we could release our butterflies in her yard. She was very happy to let us do this. I spoke to her about her family and some other things. This last Spring I was looking forward to taking the class to her for another release of our butterflies. I found her house empty. Now I find that she has flown away with the butterflies. She was a delightful woman. My condolences to her family and friends.

Debbie Quintana

June 11, 2019

I met Miss Lovie 6 years ago as a caretaker. Miss Lovie was an amazing person never complaining about anything and always had a great story to tell about her life. She enjoyed crocheting, reading and feeding her stray cat. There are so many stories I can tell from over there years but my favorite was the day she called herself a keeper! She definitely was a keeper as a friend, mother and grandmother. Miss Lovie thank you for the opportunity of knowing you. You will forever have a place in my heart. I love you endlessly!

Darlene Hackett

June 11, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time.
Our family lived around the corner on Arlington, so we knew "Lovie" and the family for many years. As my mother Evelyn Latshaw became older (as was Lovie) they became great phone buddies, and were company for each other, and dear friends.
May God comfort your hearts and give you strength and peace in the days ahead.

Ken & Darlene Latshaw Hackett

Sheryl Hudgens

June 11, 2019

My grandma will be missed by all.she was a great cook,I can remember her making little cakes when younger,and cooked the best salmon patties.love u granny,May u rest in peace now,and forever be in grandpas arms.

Veronica Belko

June 10, 2019

Haven’t see Aunt Lovie in a long long time but I can remember well when they lived in St.Louis. I’ve got a photo or two when we were all younger.

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