Norma Jean Ann Baker (Hartman)
One of my fondest memories was the days when we were young listening to records in the 1950's at her parents house, also sitting at the Back40 in Decatur for 3 hrs visiting a few years ago and all of our days trips the 4 of us took.
Uncle Dave, I wish we could have met under different circumstances this week, but I would like to ask for your help with something I have been trying to regain in my life and hopefully I can fill a void for you in return. I have been trying to get back into the christian faith, something I miss and feel a deep regret from not having in my life as I did while growing up. I would love to have you talk to me and set-up a time to meet each week at church. This may sound easy to you but I can be very lazy about this subject, this is why I am reaching out to ask you to do this. my number is in the phone book or if you need to you can ask Bob or Michelle. I look forward to your call and the time we may share in the future. Love Brian Hartman
To Norma's Family:
You have my deepest sympathy on the passing of Norma. We were classmates at CCHS. I remember her as being very sweet and well-liked by everyone. May you be blessed with many happy memories of the times you shared.
Mary Ellen Houser Ratliff
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. What a wonderful influence and mentor to all of us. She always be with those that she has touched.
While we try and get past you not being here. How you made us feel special in many ways. I'll try and celebrate your life.
Hope you're lining up your 57 Chevy against my Dad on streets of gold. Take it easy on him, OK