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Norma Leatta Kalb

Norma Leatta Kalb, age 79, of French Lick, Indiana, entered into eternal rest on October 26th, 2020 at her residence.

She was born in Orange County, Indiana on January 6th, 1941 to James and Ora (Phillips) Jones.

Norma married Leroy Kalb, Sr. in December of 1957 and he preceded her in death on January 12th, 1983.

She was also preceded in death by her parents; (2) Sisters; (3) Brothers; and (3) Grandchildren.

Norma was a member of the Springs Valley Wesleyan Church.

She enjoyed cooking, fishing, going to yard sales with Megan, spending time with family, but mostly playing with her fur-baby dog Bam-Bam.

Norma is survived by:

(2) Sons Leroy Kalb (Mollye) French Lick, Indiana
Larry Kalb (Fiancée Lindsay Kerby) West Baden Springs, Indiana

(2) Daughters Rhonda Allen (Bob) Orleans, Indiana
Debbie Sanchez (Pete) French Lick, Indiana

(2) Sisters Darlene Bledsoe (Bob) French Lick, Indiana
Sheila Nelson French Lick, Indiana

(16) Grandchildren (27) Great-Grandchildren  

GRAVESIDE CEREMONY 
A Graveside Ceremony will be conducted by Pastor John Moffatt on Friday, October 30th, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at Mount Lebanon Cemetery, French Lick, Indiana.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to the family for their wishes.

Arrangements are in the care of Brosmer-Kemple Funeral Service in French Lick, Indiana 47432. Condolences may be made on our Facebook page at Brosmer-Kemple Funeral Home or at our website – www.brosmer-kemplefuneralhome.com. 
 


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Guestbook

Norma was a "straight up" person. What you saw was what you got and she told it like it was. That is something to be said for a person these days, in a world full of phonies. Our paths crossed quite a few times back in the days of my youth when her husband "Kalb" worked at our Gas Station. I always thought well of her and respected her. To all the kids and family, please know that thoughts of her and the Kalb family are in my heart.

Steven Wilkinson Nov 14 2020 12:00 AM

If you share a few memories of my mother Norma she was a very loving mother grandmother and great-grandmother and a great great grandmother she loved each and every one of her children Rhonda Debbie Leroy and Larry she loved her son-in-law Bob Allen Pete Sanchez and daughter-in-law Molly kalb and soon-to-be Lindsey kalb I remember when I first had the first granddaughter Ramona Barker my mother thought was the best thing ever spoiled her rotten and then come along my other daughter Christina and she did the same also Ramona had two children Whitney and Jacqueline Whitney has got four beautiful children Jacqueline has one beautiful daughter my mother thought the world of my husband Pete and thought the world of all of our children which is from Ramona, Christina, Tony, Carrie, Sammy, Megan, cody, Rhonda has got one daughter Tiffany Larry has got one daughter Kia Leroy has got 8 children would be Leroy Edward 3rd, Sarah ,Matthew, Christopher, Adam, Michael miller, Amy Dakota. My mother loved each and every one of us she was very close to Ramona and all of her grandchildren she talked so much about Ramona and her daughter Whitney living with her right after Whitney was born but my mother was a very caring mother she taught me very much in life she taught us how to love one another taught us how to cook how to how to care for our self and had you always provide my mother in her younger days had a very rough life after after her father passed away she had to quit school and go to work just to help out then met my father and got married at a young age our father passed away January of 1983 my mother most important thing in life was her children grandchildren and great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren she was sick for a short. Of time and God called her home that my mother was a person if she liked you she loves you and she let it be knowing if she did not like you she let that be knowing I am sure everyone who knew my mother knew that but deep in her heart she had a heart of gold was there to help each and every one of us we for sure are going to miss her today tomorrow and forever forever in our hearts mother we love you

Debbie Nov 2 2020 12:00 AM

I met Norma and her family in 1989 shortly after moving here from Florida with my son who was 4 yrs old and i was only 19 yrs old at the time and also having lost my own Mother a few months prior, Norma became sort of a surrogate Mother to me ,and a an adoptive grandmother to my then 4 yr old son Michael. She really helped me get through a difficult time. I later on began a relationship with her eldest son and we had a child in 1998 Matthew having him forever linked me to her. Norma was a very loving Mother and Grandmother. Holidays were always a huge event in the family Norma would stay up all nite the eve before a holiday to cook a big ham her hams were legendary and a big Turkey i would always be in the kitchen helping and i learned so much in the kitchen from her i loved that it reminded me of my moms house back in Florida growing up. Norma was such a wonderful cook as was my mother they had alot of similarities about them being apart of that family filled a huge void in my life when i moved here. It has been many yrs since i was a daily part of her life but the yrs of memories that we shared i will always cherish. Norma i know u were suffering know that u were in my thoughts everyday and although i was sadened to see u go i am glad that u are no longer in pain. You will be missed by so many but know that u touched many lives while u were here and created many happy memories forall of us to keep..

This i write to you with as much love as i have to give.

Love , Belinda Albury

Belinda Albury Oct 30 2020 12:00 AM