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Thinking of Norma
For about the last 2 months I've been thinking about Norma. I had been her hairdresser for a few years. She called me before she had passed away, just to tell me she would no longer be able to come see me anymore and why, she didnt want me to be upset or wondering why. We chatted for a good 15-20 minutes on the phone, just as if she were sitting in my chair. I wasnt sure if she had passed away or not and didnt dare to call and find out. So tonight I decided to google her name. Sadly I found out what I was hoping wouldnt be the case. She was such a joy to have around even if it was just for a half hour. She made me laugh. They tell us they are just clients, but if you have a heart they become more then just clients they become friends or even family. I miss your smile and our chats Norma! Until we meet again, fly high. So sorry for her family!
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Neighbor
Dear Bob, Leola and Barbara. Have just found out about Norma's passing and wanted to extend my most sincere condolences to you and the entire family. Norma was a wonderful woman and I consider myself lucky to have been neighbors with she and Bob for all those years. I'll never forget how she'd pop out on occasion with leftovers, always with a smile on her face and a sense of humor that always made my day. Occasionally she'd also invite me in from the window and have me sit at the table with them and chat for a while. At least I was able to offer back a few trout over the years. I miss them both very much. May she rest in peace.

Denis
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Friend
Bob, Barb, and Leola, So sorry for your lost. God has an angel looking now watching over you all. May all your memories guide you through this time of grief. She is no longer suffering and now at rest. I will miss Her friendship, laughter, playing cards and always feeding me great food! Love Gloria
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Norma Jandreau
I’m so sorry for your loss !! My daughter and I enjoyed your mom’s company at a farm market she would come down to ! She’d bring us goodies and playing cards and her big beautiful smile! She was such a joy!! We were very blessed to have her in our lives ! Plus deepest condolences to you and your families!! God needed another angel that she certainly was!!!
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CONDOLENCE
I WANT BOB TO KNOW HOW BAD I FEEL FOR HIM.THEY WERE A COUPLE MADE FOR EACH OTHER.LOVED LIKE A MARRIAGE SHOULD BE.SHE WILL BE DEARLY MISSED AND MY PRAYERS FOR HER I SAY.LOVE YOU BOB AND I HOPE YOU HAVE THE COURAGE TO GO THROUGH THIS TIME OK.NORMA WOULD WANT YOU TO BE HAPPY FOR HER AND THAT NOW SHE IS AT PIECE.LOTS OF PRAYERS AND LOVE GOING YOUR WAY. LOVE YOU BOB
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Love you Aunt Norma
My Aunt Norma was the such a strong and loving woman...I reconnected with her recently and I am so glad I was able to...We shared stores and laughed...She had a heart of gold and was so loving to her girls and to her love of her life Uncle Bob...She was so caring...I love you Aunt Norma...I know you and Mem are knitting and laughing and playing cards...God Bless you girls and Uncle Bob...You are in my prayers...
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Love you Ma Tante
Sending love and prayers to Leola, Barbara and Uncle Bob. I am grateful for Tante Norma and all the things she shared with me through letters over the years. I am happy she is at peace. Love her so. We will continue to keep you all in our prayers.
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My Sympathies
Barbara, my deepest sympathies on the passing of your mother. It’s always hard to lose a parent, no matter the age. You and your family are in my prayers.

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