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Norma J. Burleson

9 avril 192523 septembre 2020

Norma Burleson died on September 23 after an extraordinary life of 95 years. She is survived by her three children Ron (Maxie), Sue (Tony) and Neil (Linda); 8 grandchildren (Matt, Emily, Lee, Robin, Laura, Lance, Marcus & Lucas) and 14 great-grandchildren; her brother Ron (Marion) and sister Laurel; and treasured family member, Nancy. She traveled to 34 countries with Claude, her beloved husband of nearly 60 years. The NJ shore, boardwalk and going out to eat gave her immeasurable joy throughout her entire life. And while she danced, painted and cooked well into her 90’s, nothing gave her more joy than her extended family.

Family and friends will be gathering on Sunday, September 27. 2020 from 11am to 12pm at the Neary-Quinn Funeral Home, 39 South Street, Manasquan, NJ. A Memorial Service will begin at 12pm at the funeral Home. Cremation was private .

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Gloria Sophia

octobre 20, 2020

Norma you were a very special friend and you made everyone feel that they were also. I will always remember the wonderful times we shared in our art class together. You will be remembered for your infectious laugh and beautiful smile. You will be missed and I will always love you, I wish I could hear you say it back to me one last time.
From your forever friend ,Gloria Sophia.

Jane Ryan

septembre 27, 2020

Norma and I shared many good times and much laughter together through many letters, cards and phone conversations over the years. She was a dear friend. I will miss our conversations and your infectious laugh, Norma. 🙏😔 My daughter, Robin, pictured here with me, reminds me much of Norma and Sue.

Amelia Longo

septembre 27, 2020

Some of my fondest memories with aunt Norma was being able to spend our Thanksgiving and Easters together in Florida, at my moms house (Ana and Peter). My kids always looked forward to sharing their experiences with Aunt Norma and being able to update her on all the new ways they use technology. They were holidays spent with lots of laughter and joy, we will miss her dearly, but take joy in the fact that we had her in our lives for so many years.
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