VincevineusNormaNorma A. Vincevineus, age 91, of the Town of Saukville, passed away peacefully at her home on Thursday, July 17, 2014.

She was born on May 12, 1923 in South St. Paul, MN; daughter of Walter and Marie Micko Krech.  On September 30, 1950, Norma and Joseph Vincevineus from Sheboygan, WI were married in South St. Paul, MN.  Joe preceded her in death on December 3, 2002.

Joe worked for Wisconsin Electric at the Lakeside Power Plant in Oak Creek. When he took a job at the Power Plant in Port Washington, he and Norma moved to Saukville.  Norma was the homemaker. Joe worked at the plant. They were active with their church. There, Norma sang in the choir and was active with the Christian Women group. She volunteered at the Ozaukee County Historical Society Pioneer Village in Saukville for many years. She loved her home and enjoyed watching the birds. She could be heard whistling out the many different calls the birds made.

Norma is survived by her daughter Deidre Vincevineus of Madison, her son Phil (Sally) Vincevineus of Saukville, three grandchildren Sarah (Scott) Hepburn of Cedarburg, Catherine “Catie” (Matt) Barth of Cedarburg and Phil (Terry) Vincevineus of Grafton, four great-grandchildren Kylee and Aubree Hepburn and Annalise “Annie” and Josephine “Josie” Vincevineus, her three sisters Rosemary (the late Stanley) Piekarski of Eagan, MN, Jean (the late James) Wolfe of Prior Lake, MN and Katherine (William) Hamlin of South St. Paul, MN, her sisters-in-law Mary Vincevineus of Sheboygan and Mary (the late Anthony) Vincevineus, also of Sheboygan, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her husband Joseph and sister-in-law Ann (the late John) McPhee.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 6PM Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 145 Church Street, Saukville. The Reverend Thomas Lijewski will be the celebrant. Visitation will take place from 3:30-6PM Tuesday AT THE CHURCH with a 3:30PM Rosary. Interment will be at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Saukville. Memorials to Immaculate Conception parish appreciated.



  1. I lived in Saukville in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s when I was quite young. I played with “DeDe” and I remember Mrs Vincevineus was always so nice to me! I happened to see the notice in the Milwaukee Journal today. I wanted to share my fond memories of her (and the family). I noticed in the picture that she looks very much like I remember her. My deepest sympathy to her family.

  2. I knew you for a short time. You could always make me smile. Loved talking with you,watching the birds, Really liked when you would ask me to sit by you and hold your hand. You will always be in my heart.

  3. My fondest memories of Norma are when we were members of IC Choir together for many years! We got to know each other quite well during those years. We shared a likeness for birds and a walk thru her gardens were so enjoyable!! God Bless You, Norma–you have many who will miss you but have fond, loving memories of your love for life!!

  4. Grandma was a beautiful woman inside and out. Growing up, Sarah, Phil, and I spent many days out at Cedar Cove. Grandma loved the outdoors and taking us for walks, where we learned all about the different animals (mainly birds) that we would see, learned about all the flowers and foods planted in the garden, and anything else outdoors we would come across.
    I cherish all my memories with Grandma Norma and Grandpa Joe. Love you always, Cate.

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