OBITUARY

Norma Edna JAMIESON

6 October , 19225 February , 2019

Norma Edna Jamieson was born October 6th, 1922. The eldest daughter of Kenneth and Ellen McIvor, was born in Fort Langley. She passed away on February 5th, 2019 at Magnolia Gardens. Norma was predeceased by her husband, Thomas Hamilton Jamieson and their son Larry Jamieson. She is survived by daughter Lynda and Barry Oakes, son Ken and Bernadette Jamieson, foster son Timothy Engstrom, three grandsons, one granddaughter and three great grandkids. She lived a good long life and it has ended under the nicest home at Magnolia Gardens. She was a 69 year resident of 8889 Bartlett Street, Fort Langley. Her beloved home built by Dad.

Services

  • Graveside Service Wednesday, 13 February , 2019
  • Reception Wednesday, 13 February , 2019
REMEMBERING

Norma Edna JAMIESON

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Megan Hanlen

9 February 2019

I will always remember going to norma’s Next door to my grandparents. After school or even when I was bored at grandmas I would stop in for tea and cookies with her and she’s would let me play with her little ornaments and cards and whatever else she had laying around. She never forgot a birthday whether it was a card or a phone call to my grandmas saying happy birthday to myself and all my brothers. We will miss her being around but we are all so happy she lived a great and happy long life

Tom & Kathy Locey

9 February 2019

Soon after we moved to Bartlett Street in Fort Langley in 1984 we met our neighbours Norma & husband Tom. But unfortunately soon after that Tom passed away so we didn't really get to know him but we did get to know Norma. She was a fabulous, feisty woman, and had the most wonderful gardens. So many days as I would be walking by she would engage in conversation with me as she tended her vegetable garden. I remember she often would walk about the town, stopping at the post office and IGA if needed. Many, many years later, after the house was sold, John Ritchie and I watched as it was being torn down and I said to him that I was going to gather some of Norma's flowers and plant them in my yard so that she/they would always live on at my house. I have them scattered around my front yard and remember her every year when they make their appearance.

Loralee Hanlen

9 February 2019

I had the good fortune of growing up next door to Norma on Bartlett Street in Fort Langley. Norma was not only our nieghbour, she was very much a part of our family and shared in most of the monumental events throughout our lives often referring to herself as our “Tea Granny”. We will miss her dearly
~Loralee Hanlen~

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY