Norva Kaye McIntyre

Meridian, Idaho

1943 - 2017


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Norva Kaye McIntyre1943 - 2017Boise, ID — Norva Kaye McIntyre (Jensen), a resident of Meridian Idaho, passed away to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at St. Luke's Hospital in Boise.Born June 06, 1943 in Rupert, ID., to Harvey and Bertha (Bert) Jensen of Paul, ID.Norva spent time...

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I met Norva through Red Hats. I would send out an email asking who wanted to go to an event. Norva was always the first to respond And offered to drive. I have SO many funny stories to tell about Norva, it could fill pages. She had a very dry sense of Humor that took you by surprise sometimes. And she always had an opinion and was not afraid to share it. She had such a gift for giving, like knitting the scarves and hats. And tons of energy: my husband met her for the first time and when...

Before I started school in Paul, ID, outside of my brothers and sisters, Norva was my first best friend. Norva and I remained close during elementary and high school. After high school Norva and I went in different direction. I will always have fond memories of Norva. My First Best Friend.

Even before I started school in Paul, Idaho, outside of my brothers and sisters, Norva was my first friend. Norva and I remained close during our elementary and high school days, but After high school Norva and I went in different directions. I will always have fond memories of Norva. My First Best Friend.

So many wonderful memories of Norva. We took many trips together with Linda Smith, Kathie Horner, and myself. So much good natured poking and having fun with each other. Red Hat events, Parties at my house, she was always the bright light with that big smile she always shared with everyone. She rarely complained about how she really felt physically keeping that part to herself. Only those who knew her so well could tell it was not such a good day for her. She taught us how to be a good...

The first time I met Norva was in October of 2005. We were both newbies to Meridian and I invited some Red Hat ladies to my house for an evening of Farkel. One of the ladies, brought Norva. She was all glittery and so friendly. The rest is just good memories of Red Hat events, games at my house and with the Red Hats at the clubhouse and at the "White House." Norva was always game to do things and a stickler about my spelling words right when we played Quiddler. We traveled...

Norva--when I first joined the Red Hats, I was introduced to you. Then, I heard a laughter, a laughter that filled the room. And of course, that was you. I knew the true spirit of the Red Hatters--friends, good times and laughter. Thank you Norva for the privilege of knowing you. You will be missed. God bless you--always--Pat Mortell

Norva and Judie Dietzler @ a a Pirate Mystery Dinner

Norva was always ready for fun and games!

My favorite experience with Norva was the first time I met her on a trip to McCall to a cabin in the woods. She was in charge of making our Margarita's and before we knew it the kitchen was covered with Margaritas because Norva forgot to put the top on the blender. Out of all all of the trips we have taken together, that is my favorite and the one I will always remember. Game day won't be the same without you my friend!

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