May 24, 1923 – January 3, 2019
Harriet Kurzweg was born on May 24, 1923 and passed away on January 3, 2019 in Pueblo, Colorado.
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January 11, 2019
Sorry for the loss of your loved one. My deepest sympathy and condolences goes out to you and your family. The Bible calls God the source of life Acts 17:24,25 so have faith that God is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died so be assured that you will see your loved one again. God sees death as the enemy 1 Corinthians 15:26 and I pray he gives you comfort in your time of need. There have been eight instances in the Bible of humans young, old, male, and female who God brought back to life on earth John 11:39-44 and he yearns to bring back your loved one who are in his memory Job 14:14,15. I pray that God of comfort gives you strength and the ability to endure during this time and that you rely on him when you feel weak. In Jesus name I pray Amen
Jean Lala Barousse
January 10, 2019
Harriet was a great friend of my mother, Marie Lala. Harriet lived next door to us on Carondelet St. before she married Frank. Frank was the only doctor I knew for my entire childhood. Harriet & Frank remained personal friends of my family for many years. One of my memories involved the adults going skeet shooting with us kids tagging along. Your parents were both wonderful people who made this world a better and happier place. I am sorry that we lost touch over the years.
January 10, 2019
I want to start off by saying how deeply and truly I am for your all's lose. Harriet loved each and everyone of you. Harriet thought and talked about many good memories she shared with each and everyone. I would always look forward hearing her stories\ memories she remebered. Their was always a sparkle in her eyes a smile on her face that brought out the love, joy, happiness she had in her life. Even days when she wasn't feeling well, somehow I was always able to get Harriet to smile.
The oppurturnity and privilege I had to take care of Harriet for three and a half years, was one of the greatest blessings I will never forget. As time went on, getting to know each other, we began building a close friendship bond. Harriet became more then a friend to me, she became like my grandma to me.
I always knew Harriets ways in every area. Harriet would try to pull a slick one but it never worked ! Thats when her "pitty party" always came up! Lol . Harriet loved to hold hands\cuddle, give hugs, kisses on tne cheek. Harriet loved her shrimp and corn on the cob; she would have that every night and would be happy. As time went on apple juice and hot chocolate was a must. Kleenexwas another thing on the list ...had to have her tissue; every pocket you found kleenex! Harriet loved her fruit but most of all her yoghurt and bananas.
I remeber when it came to bath nights, a lot of encouraging was taken place. She hated bath nights. She would always say, " I'm freezing!... I'm a popsicle...rasberry!
When it was time to go any where, she never looked forward to it due to disliking the out doors. Even if it was to look at her roses for a few seconds; which she sure did love her roses, she would give you that look like you were crazy or something . That head of her's would start making saying, " I'm not going out side!"
If we did get Harriet out side her reapones was always, " this is a mistake!"
There is so many memories I can share, but would take all day. I will cherish every momen
Mrs. Hope Daniel
January 9, 2019
With deepest sympathy I would like to express my condolences to the Kurzweg family may you cherish your memories of Harriet and find comfort in God's word the Holy Bible at Revelation 21:3,4 and Isaiah 25:8.