Mrs. Norma Zellane McNab

February 20, 1943October 1, 2020

Norma Zellane McNab passed away peacefully on Thursday afternoon, October 1, 2020. She was 77 years old. Loving wife of the late Cpt. Winfield Scott McNab II. Mother of Pattie McNab Bennett, Troy Scott McNab (Janet), Gary W. McNab (Marcia), Davey O. McNab (Sigourney), and Lani McNab Pineda (Ryan). Grandmother of Gina (Julian), Geanie (Louis), Trent, Megan, Kristin, Justin, Katya, Gianna, Charles, and Ellie. Great-grandmother of Ellis, Julia, Griffin, and Sutton. Sister of James Wattler (Angela) and the late Victor Watler. Daughter of the late James Benjamin Watler and Vera Norman Watler. Mrs. Zellane was a native of French Harbour, Roatan, Bay Islands. She devoted her life to her family, and volunteered much of her time to the Children’s Ministry of the island. She had a fun spirit, was sharp-witted, and had a generous heart, especially for children. Mrs. Zellane will be greatly missed by her loving family and many friends. A private celebration of her life will be held, and her ashes will be brought home to Roatan to join her husband.


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Mrs. Norma Zellane McNab

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Odessa Jackson

October 7, 2020

Ms Zeline will be missed for sure by her family at the Hilltop Church of God in French Cay, she was my partner and helper with the Kids, she enjoyed them as much as they enjoyed having her there with them. She also joined me with the youth, they teased her as much as she teased them and they all loved it. Ms Zeline joined in with every event we took the youth on and helped me keep them in line, we will miss you on our Bojangles run after Youth services... you will be missed for sure...but one day we will meet again!!

Owen Dixon

October 4, 2020

Aunt Zel, was my favorite aunt, she loved me and showed me much care, she wold pick me up each day for work& bring me back home!! Even when she needed something she wold call me to assist her, she would call and ask me to go eat at Bojangles with her, my heart breaks I miss her so much ❤️I will always love her. Kindly- Owen Dixon.

Sarah Munoz

October 4, 2020

She was like a mom to me, her home was always a loving welcoming place for me to visit with my best friend Pattie. May she Rest In Peace and I will always treasure the memories I have of her. May God comfort her family. Love y’all
Sarah & Ronnie

Annie Woods

October 3, 2020

Ms Zelene was a part of the Hilltop Church of God In French Cay, she will be missed by her Church family and friends here in French Cay!

Danica Johnson

October 3, 2020

Mama Zel🤍 as my brothers and I would call her, was more like a grandmother to us, we would sit and have hours long conversations with her and papa Scott🕊, she always gave the best advice and always encouraged us to continue our education. She loved to talk about her family and I loved to see the joy it brought to her eyes every time she would remember stories of their childhood. When I became old enough to drive, she would always have me drive her home so that I could practice to drive a stick. Thank you for all the found memories and advice through the years mama Zel. Give papa Scott a hug from us💕

Chloe Jones

October 3, 2020

She brought in so much good energy every Friday night we had youth, she would always have this big smile on her face and make us laugh telling her stories. Much love for her always 🤍.


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