Eloise Norene Tower

Norman, Oklahoma


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Eloise Tower passed away in Norman, Oklahoma. The obituary was featured in The Norman Transcript on November 3, 2009.

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So sad to see such a good teacher and person depart from this Earth,Norene Tower was respected and loved by all students.
Don Brewington,Class of 1958

Margaret and Bill,

Your mom meant so much to so many students over the years, including me. How satisfying it must be that she lived such a long and meaningful life. Even so, I doubt many of us are ever really ready to give up one so loved. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

I was sorry to hear of the death of your Mother. She was truly a wonderful person and a great teacher. She will be missed.
Charlyn Segell

Kelly and I are so sorry to hear about your loss. We have thought of Norene often. We had lost touch since Fred's
passing. We are richer for knowing them both. We still live in the house we purchased from them back in the 70's.
Both Fred and Norene were very special people in our lives.
Kelly & Sandy Wilson, Norman,OK

My sincere sympathy goes out to all of Mrs. Tower's family. I remember her grace, class and high integrity.

So sorry to hear of your loss. She was a very special lady.

In Sympathy & love, Winnie (Mead) Taylor

I have such pleasant memories of being in a play that Mrs. Tower directed. Her patience and tolerance of my amateur acting was always positive even when I missed the cue for my entrance! I appreciated her encouragement. Drama class was truly one of my favorite remembrances about SHS.
Marinell Friday Guild

Margaret and Bill.

Even though your mother taught us how to express ourselves, words cannot adequately express our appreciation for what she meant to all of us at SHS in the early 50's. She devoted herself to so many plays and student activities without concern for her time and energy. I also had the privilege of working with her on the Student Council. I never saw her get upset at any of us no matter what we did wrong. She was TRULY an ideal teacher and role model. I am so...

What a wonderful Lady....She was always there for us during school and then during our plays. I was fortunate to have been in one play and loved the way she gave us the opportunity to be ourselves in the character we played. The classmates who did not have her as a devoted teacher missed one of the best!!