Norma Otello-Speranzi

Oneonta, New York


Oneonta, New York


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Norma Otello-Speranzi passed away in Oneonta, New York. The obituary was featured in The Daily Star on April 3, 2006.

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To my wife. As this guest book is about to be closed I just wanted to say that alot of people have thought of you and all of us as indicated by this guest book. You were loved by many, but none more than me. I am so glad you came into my life. Best thing that could have happened to me and for yourself as you use to say. I have missed you everyday and will continue to do so in my own way. Some of your last words to me were for me to be strong, be happy and move forward. What I...

As I read Tom's entry for March 31, it feels like yesterday when you were still here with us - I'm grateful that Tom reminds us of your wonderful smile and great laughter and especially of your sweetness and kindness...I'm am so grateful for the time I knew you Norma and know in my heart that someday we will all be together again... your spirit lives on with each one of us who have been and continue to be touched by your life!

It has been one long year since you have left us. Everyday you are in my thoughts. My heart still aches in sadness and secret tears still flow, but when I start to mourn I think of all the good times we shared, and there were many. Even though you are gone you are still here in my heart and thoughts. You will live in my heart forever. No one should ever doubt the love we shared for each other. I have seen you many times over the last year with that smile and that brought me much...

Tom, Bryon, Kevin
I just now heard the sad news. I was wondering why I had not heard from her. May God Bless all of you--keep the faith.
My husband and I worked with Norma at TWC until we moved to NC. I remember fondly are many talks. She will be missed.

It has been a long hard year since
you've been gone. We miss the warm
smiling face, the hugs, and to hear
you say "I love you". We know you
fought the long hard fight against
your cancers and we never wanted to
see you suffer. Thank God you were
with us as long as you were.
We know that you are safe and
will always be in our hearts
We were so happy to have you
for our daughter-in-law.
Love & Miss...

I know from your e-mails and from what you have said that you miss Norma terribly. There is some comfort in knowing that she is no longer in pain. I could tell whenever you two were together how much you truly loved, respected and enjoyed each others company. She was a dear, sweet heart, love and thoughts are with you and your family this holiday season....

Thinking of you and of Norma's family at the holiday time and wishing you all peace.

It is Xmas morning and I know how much you loved this time of year. We both enjoyed this day because it was full of fun times. Going to the kids houses, seeing the grandkids, my parents, brothers, eating alot of the great food/dishes that you would make,and so forth. This year of course is very sad and you are deeply missed by all. I know you would not want us to be sad, but to go on and enjoy this holiday, but it is so difficult. I remember fondly of the great times we had on...

Today is Thanksgiving and I do miss you immensely. I dread these holidays. I have alot to be thankful for this day, but most importantly by having the priviledge of knowing you most of my life, being your friend, your husband and being able to care for you during your illness. I wish I had it all back. It eases my mind that you are free of pain and you are safe. This was the day you had been waiting for to be able to cook a Thanksgiving meal in our new home for family and friends....