Norma Chioma
1934 - 2020
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Norma Chioma

Cocoa Beach - Norma Sue Walker Chioma of Cocoa Beach passed away August 15, 2020.

She was born on September 26, 1934 in the mining town of Brewster in Polk County, and grew up in Wauchula, Florida.

She graduated from Hardee H.S. and Brevard Community College.

She is survived by her husband John and four sons, Kevin and wife Diann, Fort Meade, Kelly, Cocoa, David and wife Laura, Cocoa, Vincent and wife Kristin, Eglin A.F. B. , Florida 12 grand children and 6 great grand children.

She was a member of Our Saviour's Catholic Church in Cocoa Beach and was the past President of the St. Vincent De Paul Society.

She worked for Northrop and Autonetics at Patrick A.F.B. and the Cape Canaveral A.F.S, and North American Aviation at the Kennedy Space Center on the Apollo Program.

Services were held at Our Saviour's Catholic Church, 5301 N Atlantic Ave. Cocoa Beach 11:00 AM, Tuesday August 25, 2020.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Our Saviour's St. Vincent De Paul Society or the Alzheimer's Association

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Published in FloridaToday from Aug. 18 to Aug. 30, 2020.
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August 25, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. We were all so sorry to hear the news. Our thoughts are with you. Think about coming back up to Boone when times are better and looking us up for a hike. Meanwhile, it is good to know you have such a large family to help you through this difficult time. Juin Adams, member, Blue Ridge Hiking Club.
Juin Adams
August 23, 2020
John: I'm so very sorry to hear about Norma. I'm aware of how difficult this is for you and your family. You took such good care of her during her time of need. I'll always have great memories of Norma and the love she had for her family. I recall what a fantastic cook Norma was. She crafted and baked the best home-made lasagna. I feel exceptionally fortunate that I knew her and that I had the opportunity to enjoy Norma's cooking. She was truly a wonderful person and will be missed immensely by many.
I wish to you and your family comfort during this most difficult time.
Jeff Griffin.
Jeff Griffin
August 23, 2020
Dear John & family,
We are so saddened by your loss. We will cherish the many memories we have of your sweet Norma - especially her kindness & keen sense of humor! You will be in our thoughts & prayers as you bid her farewell. Much love, Doyle & Jan
Jan Boren
August 22, 2020
Norma was kind hearted, a truly beautiful individual inside and out. She will be missed by us and all. We are saddened for you loss dearest John. But take comfort that she is not gone forever and is at peace with our Lord. Your friends, Lino and Brenda Chioma
Lino & Brenda Chioma
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