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School Speech Therapist Katja Krumpelbeck Of Greenwich Dies At 33

Katja Krumpelbeck in a family photo posted on a gofundme fundraiser page.
Katja Krumpelbeck in a family photo posted on a gofundme fundraiser page. Photo Credit: gofundme

Katja M. Krumpelbeck, a school speech therapist, of Greenwich, died Monday, July 22 with family members by her side. She was 33.

A beloved daughter, sister, cousin, aunt, Godmother, and friend, she was born on Sept.17, 1985 in Greenwich to Karin and John Krumpelbeck of Stamford.

Krumpelbeck worked as a speech and cognitive disorders therapist for the New York City school system.

She loved helping all people and especially enjoyed working with children, said the obituary.

Krumpelbeck loved New York City, Broadway shows, all kinds of music, Cape Cod, fine art, and nature. She loved to travel and enjoyed experiencing new places and cultures and would go on any adventure anywhere.

She loved her cat and all animals. Krumpelbeck was a very special Godmother and loved the little children.

Krumpelbeck is survived by her father, John, her brother, Steven and his wife Kari and her nieces Olivia and Kirsten, as well as many other family members in the United States and in Austria.

Donations in her name can be sent to Compassionate Care ALS, P.O. Box 1052, West Falmouth, MA 02574.

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