To the Rizk Family. I am sorry to hear about Norma"s passing. Norma and I graduated from RGHS together in 1941, and a certain group of us always met at least once or twice a year besides the annual Mercy Alumnae breakfast. In fact, two of us were from the West Bank. Your Mother and I shared a fond memory together, because in 1941 Norma was the king and I was queen of our 1941 Carnival Ball in the auditorium by St. Alphonsus Church. God will help you through this loss. You will be in my prayers. Sincerely,
Audrey Beauvais Ezzo
The Risk Family, So sorry to hear of your loss. I was in high school with Norma and attended many get togethers with her after graduation. She was a wonderful and caring person who will be missed. Ruby Armbruster-Legner
George and Marleen and family, so sorry to hear about your Mom, our prays are with you both. I know you will miss her but,she is in the hands of the Lord now, could not ask for a better place to be. Love you guys
George (Marlene) you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Charlie & Pat Taucer
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.