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Norma Bullard

July 3, 1962November 1, 2020
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Norma Moreno Bullard, 58, passed on from this life on Sunday, November 1, 2020. She was born on July 3, 1962 in Odessa, TX to Thomas and Josephina Moreno. She stayed in Odessa and spent her younger years as a home maker; later filling the bellies of her loyal customers with delicious burritos delivered daily. Norma was a wonderful mother, unwavering she raised four children and instilled values of kindness, humility, and courage. Being highly active she enjoyed working around her home and tending to her garden. Amongst the things she enjoyed, she had a special love for the many pets that defined her life and caring personality. As busy as she was, Norma enjoyed slowing down with her children and grandchildren, especially on a lake front teaching them how to cast and catch, and she could catch. She will always be remembered as a strong, kindhearted woman, even in her most difficult times she always wanted to serve others. Survivors include her mother, Josephina Moreno; brothers, Adam and Eddie Moreno; sisters, Susie Lara and Carmen Santiago; her three sons, Dr. Gabriel Salinas Jr, Andy Salinas and wife Priscilla Salinas, Moses Salinas and wife Clarissa Salinas; daughter Cheyenne Salinas and husband Julian Aranda; and five grandchildren Isaiah Lee Salinas, Ambri Lee Salinas, Joseph David Salinas, LeeAnn Aranda, and June Aranda. She is preceded in death by her father, Thomas Moreno; three brothers, Tommy, Frank, and David Moreno; and sister, Anna Maria Bernal. There will be a small service for immediate family members only. The family asks that in lieu of flowers please send memories, stories, and photos to NormaMorenoTribute@gmail.com.

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john wright

November 10, 2020

hi my name is john

my dad kenneth farris met norma at el former pipe yard.

he enjoyed her burritos.

kenneth was norma fav customer

he enjoyed her food.

she was a good cook

so sorry to the passing of norma

yours truly kenneth farris

Denise Rivas Garza

November 5, 2020

I first met Norma working at the south branch at Complex, some 18 yrs ago. She would stop by our branch to make her deposits a few times a week and would give us any burritos she had leftover from her day of work. Man they were good. She was always sweet and loving and hardly accepted money from us for her burritos. She stood out because of her generosity and her gorgeous hair. She will be missed. See you soon Ms Norma!

Adam Moreno

November 5, 2020

I had a lot of good and bad memories with my sis. The bad ones were the ones when she would try to defend me from bullies in middle school haha. She would always encourage me when I was going through hard times in life. The most memorable moment that I have of her took place in the mid 1980s when she came to me and said she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior and encouraged me to do the same. A couple of years later her whishes came true when I came to Christ myself. I could never forget that, it is embeded into my soul and spirit. I just want to let her children know that their mom was very proud of them and my prayers are that they remember their mom as a very caring and nurturing mother and know my sister did not die alone becasue she believed in shedding blood at the cross by our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

LINDA SAUCEDA

November 4, 2020

My sincere condolences to my Tia Josephine and all my cousins, her children and grandkids. No words can express the loss of a loved one. Prima Norma, I will forever remember us growing up and playing school there at tias house. So many wonderful memories will always live with me. I love you and you will greatly be missed by so many of us. Rest In Eternal Peace Prima🙏🏼♥️

Daniella Aranda-Magar

November 4, 2020

Norma loved her family so much especially her grandbabies, she excepted us into the family. She will be missed but she is now rejoicing with the Lord.

The Aranda-Magar family

Teresa Foster

November 4, 2020

Always always loved Norma as my coworker at Walgreens and as a dear friend. I will never forget her contagious smile. She is definitely someone I will never forget. Prayers for her family during this difficult time. Her family meant everything to her. Glad she's not in any pain anymore as I know she's in the arms of the Lord! Love you Norma!❤❤❤❤

Liza Robles

November 4, 2020

I always enjoyed running into Norma. I did not know her very well. She was my husband’s cousin. She always had a smile on her beautiful face. She will definitely be missed. She always made time to talk to us and ask for family members. May God have her in His loving arms.

Susan Carrasco

November 4, 2020

To the Family of Norma Bullard. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Norma. She was a beautiful lady and every time I would see her she had this beautiful smile. She was a very friendly lady. I pray that God will give Norma's family the peace and comfort in this difficult time. Especially for her children and grandchildren. I pray a special prayer for Josephina because she has seen her children depart from this world and it has not been easy for her. May God give her the strength and comfort. God bless you all.

Josephine Moreno

November 4, 2020

Mercy Bustos-Aguilar

November 4, 2020

I knew Norma for many years. She was a sweet, wonderful person with a very kind heart. My condolence's to the family. My God bring you peace and comfort. May she rest in peace.

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