OBITUARY

Noralie Corine Lovelace

July 31, 1930December 16, 2018

Noralie Corine Lovelace was born on July 31, 1930 in Madera, California to Glenn and Lorrell Lewis. She passed away on December 16, 2018 in Chowchilla, California. Noralie was an artist, she loved to do ceramics, and needlepoint. She was part of the Rebekah Lodge #327 for 60 years. Noralie leaves behind to cherish her memory, her loving husband Bob Lovelace of 68 years, son Larry Keith Lovelace of Bridgeport, California and one granddaughter Amanda Ryder of Happy, Texas.

She is preceded in death by both parents Glenn and Lorrell Lewis, son Timothy Mark Lovelace, brother Howard Glenn Lewis, and sister Shirley Kincaide.

A graveside service will be held on, Friday, January 4, 2018, at 11:00 am Chowchilla Cemetery District 23359 Road 14 ½, Chowchilla, California.

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, January 4, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, January 4, 2019
REMEMBERING

Noralie Corine Lovelace

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Linda Royal

January 5, 2019

I have very fond memories of Bob and Noralie when I first moved too Chowchilla and joined 4-H. She was always very warm and friendly and will be missed by all that knew her. R.I.P. Noralie

Donna Hollingsworth Sandoval

December 25, 2018

Our families heartfelt condolences and prayers to the Lovelace Family. One of the first friends we met when we moved to Chowchilla. Always loved chatting with Mrs. Lovelace. Always found a way to get outside and give Noralie a hug while waiting for Bob to pump gas. 💕hugs and love to Bob and Amanda 💕 The Sandoval Family

Samantha Logue

December 25, 2018

I remember all sorts of little things that grandma would do. She made me little pizzas on biscuits that I still make to this day. She would make an angel food cake and allow me to eat as much cool whip as I wanted, I still cannot get my cakes to look like hers. She would let me play with ceramics, Fire things in her kiln and paint numerous things that some people would think was a waste but she probably enjoyed a child doing art. She tolerated me at the lodge and let me ride the handicap chair up the stairs and drag me to pancake breakfast. There were all the family get togethers for the holidays that I remember as a child, especially her hiding Easter eggs in the spring. She and grandpa Bobcat were such a large part of my childhood. She will be missed but I am glad she is at peace. Love, Sam

FROM THE FAMILY