Norma Ann Marie Anderson

April 26, 1918December 27, 2010

In Loving Memory Anderson, Norma Ann Marie April 26, 1918 ~ December 27, 2010

Norma Ann Marie Anderson was born to parents Fred and Mena (Nei) Schell in Zap, North Dakota, on April 26, 1918. She passed away in Portland, Oregon on December 27, 2010.

She is predeceased by her husband Marvin E. Anderson.

Survivors include her daughter, Charlene Shiroma and Charlene's husband, Dr. Edgar K. Shiroma; sisters Doris Williams, Loraine Maixner, and Betty Classen; a brother, Fred Schell; granddaughters Kristin Shiroma (husband Eric Wilborn), Kimber Shiroma (husband Jun Hanawa); and a grandson Kam Shiroma.

A Memorial Servce will be held in Skyline Memorial Gardens Funeral Home Chapel in Portland, Oregon on Wednesday, January 5, 2011, at 1PM.

Norma will be laid to rest in Skyline Memorial Gardens Garden of Nativity.

Please revisit this site for updates to Norma's story in words and pictures. Please visit her guestbook located at this site as well.

Arrangements under the direction of Skyline Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, Portland, OR. (503) 292-6611


  • Memorial Service Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Norma Ann Marie Anderson

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Amber Leavitt

January 5, 2011

We will miss you Aunt Norma. You were such a strong, loving, caring, and independent woman and will always hold a special place in our hearts.

jun hanawa

January 4, 2011

She went out of her way to make everyone feel special. i will miss her much.

Kathy Stephens

January 3, 2011

I am so saddened to hear of your Mom's passing. She was always such a good friend to my mother, Nadyne, and we loved knowing her all these years. She was part of that "Lerners" gang that kept in touch for so many years. What a group of great ladies. My love and prayers to the family and friends who will miss her smiling face.

Linda Anderson

January 2, 2011

I will greatly miss Aunt Norma. She was one of the most compassionate and loving people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I will hold many fond memories in my heart. I am so thankful that she left this world without illness or long suffering, and in her own home, which she cherished.

Kristin Shiroma

January 2, 2011

Grandma had such a special way of making me and my sister and brother feel so loved. We always knew she was there for us and supported us in all that we did. She helped teach me what unconditional love means. She will be greatly missed.

Patti Misiak

January 1, 2011

Aunt Norma will be dearly missed.You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Ruth Edmondson

January 1, 2011

I have great memories of Aunt Norma. I'll miss talking to her about my mom and the old days. I know how much she will be missed.

Kimber Shiroma

December 31, 2010

Grandma had so much to offer. It is not possible for me to say how much she means to me and to our family.

Jacquie Childers

December 31, 2010

My heart goes out to you, I know what a difficult time this is and pray that the wonderful memories you have of Aunt Norma and the knowledge that she is once again with Uncle Marvin will help ease the pain until you see her again. All my love,

John Huber

December 30, 2010

"Our sincere condolences to the family of Norma. She was a wonderful person and will be dearly missed." John Huber & Family