Norma M. Sowers

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

Sep 23, 1926 – Mar 26, 2013

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I was saddened to hear of Norma's passing and extend my condolences, even after so long a delay. She and my mom were best friends for many years. Thinking of their laughing together brings back happy memories. In later years she and her family connected with me when I was going to college in Colorado, my only family contact during my years there until graduation. The last time I saw her was also in Colorado, when she came out for a grandchild's confirmation and was just as lively and fun as...

Our deepest sympathy Jane and family

Aunt Norma was an ispiration to us all. She always had a smile on her face and enjoyed her life to the fullest. She was so proud and happy to talk about her kids, grandkids and great-grandkids. She set such a wonderful model for a well-lived life. Our deepest sympathy. Love, Tim and Karen

Ms. Sowers used to deliver meals to my grandmother, who lived in Salem, she passed away in 2005. I was visiting with my grandmother on a couple of occasions when Ms. Sowers stopped by, and she was so very kind and compassionate to my grandmother, who just loved her. I am very sad to hear of her passing. My condolences to your family for your loss. She was a very kind hearted lady who made a real difference in the lives of many people, my grandmother included. Thank God for people like her.


Norma's Obituaries

Norma M. Sowers, 86, of Salem, graduated to the next plane of her life on Tuesday, March 26, 2013.She was born in Louisville, KY, a daughter of the late Maurice and Bertha K. Cummins, and had also resided in Richmond prior to locating to the Salem area over 27 years ago. She worked in cosmetic...

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