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Groover Funeral Home at Mansion Memorial Park

1400 36th Ave East, Ellenton, FL

OBITUARY

Norma Boelter

January 24, 1938April 8, 2020

Norma Boelter was born on January 24, 1938 and passed away on April 8, 2020 and is under the care of Groover Funeral Home.

Gathering of Family and Friends will be held on May 30, 2020 at 11:00 am at Groover Funeral Home, 1400 36th Ave East, Ellenton, FL. Celebration of Life will be held on May 30, 2020 at 12:00 pm at Groover Funeral Home, 1400 36th Ave East, Ellenton, FL.

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Services

30 May

Gathering of Family and Friends

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Groover Funeral Home

1400 36th Ave East
Ellenton, FL 34222

30 May

Celebration of Life

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Groover Funeral Home

1400 36th Ave East
Ellenton, FL 34222

Memories

Norma Boelter

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Annette &Duncan Pitt

April 21, 2020

My condolences to family, friends and extended family for your loss. So many fun filled days shared with Norma and my sister Lorraine McDonald....Any time you mentioned a few places, she was dressed before you could turn around...Loved going to eat Chinese , especially if they had Crawdads...she would pile her plate with them, took longer to eat them then it did to fill your plate..but she loved them...She is soooooo missed..one of the sweetest ladies I have met..a heart as big as can be..the most precious smile, her eyes would light up when she smiled...I met her through my sister, who loved her dearly, and took such good care of her leading up to that final moment...She will be missed by all that had the fortune of knowing her..I will always remember her smile, her laughter and watching her play that organ..fantastic!
May you Rest In Peace Norma, you are so missed, but in a more peaceful play..lobe, Duncan and Annette

Marilyn Conner

April 18, 2020

Norma, I will always remember you as part of the mid 60’s Pan Am family. Weren’t those the days! It was so much fun to get together again in the 80’s for an evening out and sorry we never got together after that. I will never forget your great sense of humor and your infectious laugh. Rest In Peace sweet friend.
Marilyn

Walt Cannon

April 18, 2020

Rest in peace Norma. I still love you after all these years. You are part of me as are the memories we shared. Forever young.
Walt

MARLENE BRAY

April 18, 2020

She was my friend she was as close to me as a sister Her smile warmed your heart, her jokes made your laughter ring. She had a remarkable musical talent for someone that had not ever played an instrulment earlier in her life.. Now she will play with the choir of angels. Peaches your pain is over, you are now with God.

Laurie Raub

April 17, 2020

I Just got to know Norma this past summer. She was a Loving and caring person her smile and laugh was infectious . I was truly blessed to have known her. One day Ms. Norma we will meet again x o

Linda Tidwell

April 16, 2020

Norma, was a great friend, like an older sister/ mom. I enjoyed us watching Supernatural together . We had a few more episodes to go. I know I won't be watching alone. I will miss her greatly, but I will always think of Norma with a smile on my face

Lorraine McDonald

April 16, 2020

Met Norma five years ago and we have been best friends since then. She had a wonderful sense of humor, making our times together filled with laughter and adventure.
She loved to go for Chinese food and Hard Rock Casino with my sister and me. Actually she just plain liked to go out to eat.
I deeply miss her and her morning and night time calls, every day without fail, not only was she my best friend, but we became sisters with me and my sister. We became family!
Her one wish when she came home from the hospital was to play her organ "just one more time" came true, three times! That made her extremely happy and I was happy to have shared that with her!
Part of my heart is missing with her passing. My deepest condolences to her son, Kevin and his family!
Rest in peace Norma, you are very much loved!!

Linda Moggio

April 11, 2020

There is no one favorite memory of my cousin Norma. Just being with her was always special. It was never time to lose her. To Kevin, I last saw you when you were a sweet little boy when you visited me and my family in New York and soon after when I visited you when you lived outside of St. Louis in the house near Lemay Ferry Road. My love to you Kevin and your family. Linda

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