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November 14, 2019

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November 11, 2019
"Well done good & faithful servant.."
May our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ Welcome you Home Bob..
We love you.
November 10, 2019
My sincere condolences to the entire Norris family and dear friends. May your hearts and thoughts be full of wonderful memories .
Clint Orms
November 10, 2019
My sisters and myself worked at Valley-Hi Stables when we were kids. We met Mr. Norris when he and friends had cutting horse competitions in the corral there. He was a kind person and a true American cowboy. Our condolences to the Norris family. He was a great cowboy and gentleman.
November 10, 2019
My father and I met Mr. Norris and his son Steve in Amarillo Texas at the American Quarter Horse Junior Association Convention. I was President of the Texas Junior Quarter Horse Association. Mr. Norris was such a nice Gentleman!! My father has since passed and perhaps they are having breakfast together upstairs . Steve was great, too. Definitely a reflection of his dad. Until today, I didn't know he was the Marlboro Man!! But he was not one to brag about such things, total class act!! I am sure his family is missing him, I am proud to have known him!
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