My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I remember the good times that we had at your home.
All of you are in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers.
Although it has been more years than I care to recall, I can still remember many wonderful times spent with Aunt Norma and Uncle Maurice, mostly at the Williamston farm. Kris and I shared the loss of Aunt Norma with mom and dad and they asked us to be sure to send on their sympathy and let you know that you are in their thoughts. We are nearing the end of a generation and it's sometimes difficult to comprehend. Hopefully, we will leave behind as strong a legacy as did our parents.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Alan and Maureen-my thoughts are with you during this time of sadness. Remember the good times and celebrate Mom's life.
Oh that we all would have such beautiful things said about our character, our life and our faith as were said about this incredible woman. A priviledge to have know her as a teacher in Williamston and friend of Marilyn.
Oh what joy she gave and oh what joy she knows now.
Karen (Meerman) Levene Augusta MI.
Our hearts go out to the Durkee family. We used to see them at Meijers doing their grocery shopping all the time. Norma was such a kind person. May she rest in peace.
Norma and Maurice were like second parents to me throughout my high school years, welcoming me as Adele's friend into their home and lives. I remember their kindness with much gratefulness.
She was a great lady. I used to do her hair when I had my salon in Williamston. She was always positive and so interesting to talk to. I am sure Heaven is better for her arrival there.