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Norma Kay Alexander

April 10, 1938October 4, 2011

Norma Kay Alexander passed away on October 4th 2011 at Chilliwack at age 73 years. She was born in North Vancouver, BC. Norma is survived by Don and Candie of Port McNeill, Brian and Mardy of Nanaimo, grandchildren Alexandra and Michelle, Megan and Myles, and one great-granddaughter Hailey. She was predeceased by her son Tony Jr. (October 1997).

Norma loved the latest fashion styles and she loved to go shopping. She was a member of the Agassiz Curling Club. Norma loved to cook, travel, and she enjoyed spending time in her garden when the sun was shining. She loved to spend time on Vancouver Island with family and friends and she quite liked deep sea fishing. She will be remembered for her bright smile and her fun, loving, nature. She will be missed.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, October 8th 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at Henderson’s Funeral Home, 45901 Victoria Avenue, Chilliwack, BC.

Arrangements under the direction of Henderson's Funeral Homes & Crematorium Ltd., Chilliwack, British Columbia.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 8, 2011
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candie tonkin

November 10, 2011

I miss you so much my mommyinlaw.Especially when you would come visit us and laugh and say isnt that funny at all the stuff you and i had the same stuff,from clothes jewerlly,and garden stuff.

Wendy Minar & Family

October 14, 2011

So sorry to hear of Norma's passing.I had just seen her in Langley not more than 2 months ago.Also would bump into her in Agazzi.
Always so full of life and a big smile. I will miss her.She had just shared her experience with me on her latest trip to Tortola.
Stay strong Don.You will always have your mom in you.She was a very special lady.Till we meet again.

October 14, 2011

Norma has been part of my life for 15 years,She was a terrific lady,she enjoyed life, we were good friends, i will miss her smile and the (many) laughs and good times we had. With love Doris Newman

October 9, 2011

Norma has been a part of my life since the early 1950's, we were girls together then young Mothers. We have a history together that will live in my heart forever, her smile was mentioned yesterday again and again and that's who Norma was, a lovely smiling vibrant woman who loved life and really did make the best of every situation. When life handed her lemons, she made lemonade!! To Don and his family we send our love and truly hope to keep in touch. Love Mardy Seed

October 9, 2011

Norma will be missed - Marlene and Ed Schmidt

October 8, 2011

DON WE ARE SO SORRY TO HEAR OF NORMA'S PASSING WE WERE ALL PACKED AND READY TO COME OUT FOR THE FUNERAL,AND THE LAST MIN. GOT WORD THAT GARRY'S WORK PARTNER HAD PASSED AWAY 4 HRS AFTER NORMA. NORMA WAS THE SISTER I NEVER HAD AND I WILL MISS HER, BUT I HAVE WONDERFUL MEMORIES.PLEASE KEEP IN TOUCH AS I HAVE SOME PICTURES I WOULD LIKE TO GIVE YOU WHEN WE SAW HER LAST MAY.TAKE CARE FROM GARRY AND SHARON BUCKINGHM FROM SHAELLBROOK SASKATCHEWAN

October 8, 2011

Don and family,
Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time. Your Mom was a wonderful lady.
Al Goodman and family

October 7, 2011

My husband Bill and I met Norma in Tortola, British Virgin Islands last year. We were instantly connected and spent much of our holiday with her.
She was such a fun, loving, wonderful lady. We are heartbroken to learn that she has passed away and send our deepest condolences to her family. Jonnie and Bill Schwarz

October 7, 2011

My deepest sympathy to Norma's family.
We have been friends since we met at North Vancouver High School. We have kept in touch and had some wonderful visits over the years and they were always filled with love and laughter no matter what was happening in our lives. I will miss her greatly. Heaven just received a brand new star. With love, Samantha (Lavina) Pattison

Amber Taylor

October 6, 2011

Don and family. I just wanted to say how sorry I am for the loss of your mum. I felt a kinship with her since my high school graduation when Tony was my grad partner. I would occasionally see her in Hope and Agassiz and it was always nice to say hi and ask about her grandkids. Having lost my own mum 4 years ago, I know how hard it is and you are in my thoughts. I will not be able to attend the service as I will be out of town, but know that I thought very highly of your mum and will miss her smile and our little visits.