Norma Lee Schnurr

Concord, California

1929 - 2013

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What an incredible woman - I feel blessed to have known both Norma and Paul. You are all in our thoughts and prayers as you celebrate her life this weekend. Ted, Jen and Betsy Piatt

Norma - and Paul - were such great surrogate grandparents to our son Joel. They welcomed him into the family as one of their own. We were lucky to have been able to spend a few special occasions with them over the last ten years. We will remember Norma best for singing "It Had to Be You" at our kids' wedding - what a moment!
Our condolences to all of you,
Love, Lisa, Jim, Peter and Evan

A loving mother who seemed to have a ray of light surrounding her wherever she went. A great listener and always said the kindest words. I love you mom and can now picture you with your savior and that same ray of light shining through your brilliant white wings. Now you can sing in the heavenly choir with dad as your most attentive audience.

So many great memories from our high school days in Onarga, Il. Your flaming red hair, quick smile, and friendliness will always be remembvered, dear friend. June Banez Hodges (class od '46).

Norma, now in the Choir of Angels. A dear friend-many happy memories--will miss you so much. Marge Zatt

Deep condolences!! Norma's Spirit lives on gloriously. All her family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.
With deep sympathy, Ron and Donna

I am Norma's son-in-law, married to her middle child, Tami. Norma was always interested in our lives, not just her childrens'. She adopted us when we married her children. She will be dearly missed.

You and Paul together again.


Norma's Obituary

Norma Lee SchnurrNov 30, 1929 - Jan 17, 2013Resident of ConcordA loving mother, wife, sister, aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend to many, Norma passed away peacefully on January 17, 2013.Born to Alvia and Geneva Short in Grayville, Ill. in 1929, Norma was raised in Illinois until...

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