John A. Norman III
1940 - 2021
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John A. Norman, III
John A. Norman, III, 80, passed peacefully, March 23, 2021, in Houston, Texas, surrounded by family. John was born November 11, 1940, in Houston, Texas.
John grew up in Houston, attended St. John's Baptist Church, and accepted Jesus Christ at the age of seven. John attended Yates and graduated from Worthing High School in 1958. He joined the US Air Force from 1959-1963 and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology from TSU in 1970. He was a well-loved Houston entertainer.
He is preceded in death by parents John, Jr., and Sallie Norman. John is survived by his wife, Sandra; children John, IV (Deavra) Norman and Tamara (Joseph) Ozenne; grandsons Johnathan and Justin Norman, and Joseph Ozenne, Jr.; sisters Mary Carrier and Sallie Williams.
Visitation for John will be held Thursday, April 1, 2021, from 9:00 – 10:55 AM, and the funeral will start at 11:00 AM, at Abiding Faith Baptist Church, 15376 Fondren Rd, Missouri City, TX 77489.

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Published in Houston Chronicle on Mar. 31, 2021.
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April 2, 2021
We are so sorry to hear that John has passed. John and I were friends at E. E. Worthing High school and did a bit of singing together.
May you and your family be blessed in the years to come.

Quincy & Jo Baltrip
April 1, 2021
My most sincere Heart-felt condolences to the wife Mrs.Sandra Norman united in Marriage 57 yrs Son and Daughter ,Grand kids and family and friends a Beautiful married couple
cynthia u Goodie
April 1, 2021
“Prayers and condolences
for the family. Mr Norman will
be missed..coming to the Lab.
March 31, 2021
I am going to miss you brother in law. Rest In Peace.
Alexander Foston
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