OBITUARY

Norma Arlene Pittman Lawvey

January 22, 1928December 24, 2017

Norma Arlene (Pittman) Lawvey, age 89, entered into rest on Sunday, December 24, 2017 at Odd Fellow & Rebekah Heath Care Facility surrounded by her loving family. Born January 22, 1928 in Albion, Norma is the daughter of the late Clayton and Ada (Kraatz) Pittman.

Norma married the late Gordon O. Lawvey on November 19, 1949 in Medina. Mr. Lawvey died March 30, 2004. She worked as a Paternity Investigator for Niagara County Department of Social Services retiring in 1987. Norma enjoyed camping, gardening, her dogs and spending time with her loving family.

Surviving Norma are her daughters: Cathy Sue (Lawvey) Stone and Sandra Kay Kast; grandchildren: Brian, Shelly, Chad, Derek and Tina. She is also survived by several great and great-great grandchildren. Sister of: Shirley Maine and Sally (Robert) Kean.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Wrights Corners Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to the Niagara County SPCA.

Please go to www.sherriefuneralhome.com and leave a condolence for the family.

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Norma Arlene Pittman Lawvey

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Delores (Dee) Gailor

October 29, 2018

I worked with Norma in the Child Support Unit of Social Services. Norma was a "class act". Beautiful to look at and delightful to know. She would peel a banana and a break off a small piece and carefully put in into her perfectly lipsticked mouth. Now this might sound a bit weird....but Norma did everything with such lady-like moves. I have wonderful memories of my years working for Niagara County but none compare with the joy of meeting and sharing life with my co-workers like Norma. My sympathy to all her family in this sad time.

Peace be with you,
Dee Gailor

Sue Anne Newman

December 26, 2017

Mom Lawvey ... I always felt so fortunate to be able to call herMom. She was such an important part of my life when Cathy and I became Friends. Mom took me under her wing and Dad did too, they treated me like a third daughter. I will miss her and always will carry her memory in my heart. To her Family- take comfort in knowing she is now with her Husband and loved ones and that God has a very special Angel in Heaven. Love to everyone... from her third Daughter Sue.