Norene A. Keller Dzingle was born in Elba Nebraska on August 18, 1938; she passed away on March 22, 2021 with her beloved husband by her side. Norene attended schools in Elba, Nebraska and graduated with honors while in school, she excelled in sports and cheerleading.
In June 1956 Norene meet and married David Dzingle, they had been married for 64 beautiful years. Norene & David have 4 extraordinary children who they loved and cherished undeniably.
Dave’s employment with Boeing company led them to Seattle, Washington. Her expertise in data processing led her to work at various insurance companies. They started up a new company together, Dzingle’s landscaping LLC, which her two sons operate today. They built a beautiful custom home at the base of Mt. Rainer so Norene could see the mountain through her picture window which she cherished every day. She enjoyed her home on the saltwater oyster beds going crab clamming and fishing for salmon. During Dave’s retirement they also made a home in Sun Lakes, Arizona for 27 years, she has made beautiful lasting friendships her. She is survived by her husband David Dzingle, daughter Kay Myrick, son Russ Dzingle, daughter in-law Sherri and son Doug Dzingle, daughter in-law Dawn. She had 9 grandchildren: Chase (Denisse) Myrick, Chelsea (Ben) Long, Cassidy Myrick, Zack Dzingle, Sam (Robbyn) Dzingle, Derek Dzingle, Dayla Dzingle, Katie (Chris) Weir, Jannell Smith. Along with 9 Great grandchildren: Johnnie, Gwendolyn, Walter, Rocco, Stella, Joseph, Rosebud, Dahila and Olivia. Norene’s brother, Norman (Marcia) Keller, sister, Virginia Bartunek and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents Bill and Beulah Keller, in-laws John and Salomae Dzingle and her son Rodney Dzingle (2016). Her final resting place will be by her son Rodney at Mountain View cemetery in Auburn, WA., in view of Mt. Rainer.
In lieu of flowers a memorial will be established at Curnow Funeral Home 1504 Main St., Sumner, WA 98390. www.curnowfuneralhome.com , (253)-863-2800.
Let us start with a beautiful flower with so many petals…that is how I describe this beautiful person, Norene Ann Dzingle.
She is my mom, but she was mom to every friend, me and my brothers ever had. If you met her once… she always offered a smile and some kind of snack… if you met her twice, some how she made you feel like family.
The petals of her life were the love of her family:
Her brother and sister,
Her nieces, nephews, and every friend she ever met keeping family traditions, making perogies, clamming, and of course cheering for her Seahawks. She was never far from her pocket video poker game. She loved going to the casino and was so lucky at her favorite games. In the end…we were the lucky ones to have been loved and touched by this beautiful life. My dad always said…she is my delicate flower.
The wonderful love of my mother, Norene Dzingle will forever be missed. Your strength, compassion and beauty were known by everyone you have ever met.
Love you, miss you,
Mother represented strength/character/fortitude and ethics to many in her life and especially me, to the man she created.
Your loving son,
I love you deeply Norene, Thank you for making use one.