Mackey Funerals and Cremations at Century Drive

311 Century Drive, Greenville, SC


Marsha Kay (Frazier) Norman

May 11, 1937September 11, 2020

Marsha Kay Frazier Norman Taylors, South Carolina

Marsha Kay Frazier Norman, 83, of Taylors, was welcomed into Heaven along with her beloved husband of 65 years, William Joseph Norman, Sr., on Friday, September 11, 2020.

Born in Cumberland, Kentucky, she was a daughter of the late Cameron and Wilma Nolan Frazier. She was formerly employed by US Shelter. She was a member of The Link Sunday School Class at Taylors First Baptist Church and was a member of Pelham Road Baptist Church. She had a heart to serve, and loved her family and friends. She enjoyed camping with her family, gardening, and quilt making to donate to charities.

She is survived by her son, William “Billy” Joseph Norman, Jr., (Debbie) of Greenville; two grandchildren, William “Joey” Joseph Norman, III, of Greenville, and Victoria Norman Cornmesser (Joshua) of Spartanburg; two sisters, Sandra Waddell of Greenville, and Rhonda Rutterbush (Steve) of Greenville; and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 10:00 AM until 11:45 AM on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at Mackey Funerals and Cremations at Century Drive with a funeral service following at 12:00 PM in the funeral home chapel. Burial will follow the service in Woodlawn Memorial Park.

Due to current restrictions, social distancing will be observed, and only 75 people will be allowed in the chapel for the service. The service will be live streamed on the Mackey Mortuary Facebook Page beginning at 11:45 AM at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Funeral-Service---Cemetery/Mackey-Mortuary-1741659659240226/

Memorial contributions may be made to Homes of Hope, 3 Dunean Street, Greenville, SC 29611 or www.homesofhope.org.



  • Bennie Waddell
  • Cameron Waddell
  • Joshua Cornmesser
  • Joey Norman
  • Jimmy Norman
  • Clay Long



  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020



  • Committal Service


Marsha Kay (Frazier) Norman

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Rev. Gerald W. Smith

September 16, 2020

Deeply saddened over the loss of Marsha and Bill. I was fortunate
to work with Marsha at the Peace Center for several years. She
loved her family, loved camping and even used a few of my shirts
For blanket making. Yes, we are saddened over her loss and ask
God,to comfort and bring healing to the family. Blessings,,,,,,

Rev. Jerry Smith

Glenna Perry Herrin

September 15, 2020

So sorry for Billy and the family. Marsha and Bill were wonderful people.. They will be missed.

MarySue Billingsley

September 15, 2020

So sorry for your loss.
I worked with Marsha for many years at the Peace Center and she was always so kind and cheerful. We talked about our families and how we loved the togetherness we experienced with each of our grandchildren. She told me that she was retiring from the Peace Center and I was sad but glad so that her and Bill could enjoy time together. And now they will be together forever, Praise Jesus.
With deepest sympathy
MarySue Billingsley

Phyllis Cothran Foster

September 14, 2020

So very sorry for your loss of Bill
and Marsha. They were both so kind and friendly to all. They will be missed, but look forward to seeing them again!
My sympathies and prayers for all the family.
Love you, Phyllis Cothran Foster

Betty Owens

September 14, 2020

With deepest sympathy to the Family....
and remembering Marsha when we worked together for Preston Lackey, CPA and all the fun times we had together. She had a way of having fun in "tax time" when we were all trying to make the tax deadline. She loved playing tricks on us and was loved by all. And you cannot say "Marsha" without "Bill" . A wonderful Christian Family who enjoyed life to the fullest.
I am so sorry for your loss and pray that God will grant you peace in the sad event that took their lives. They will be missed.
Betty Owens

Susan Ruffner

September 14, 2020

Mr. Bill and Marsha were so precious and my parents (Frank and Carol) loved spending time with them camping. I am so sorry for your loss but celebrate them being together with our Lord.


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