OBITUARY

Norma Jean Kazmierski

December 29, 1931April 3, 2019

Norma Jean Kazmierski passed away on April 3rd after a lengthy illness with Alzheimer’s disease.

She was born to Robert and Florence Shearer on December 29, 1931 in Akron, Ohio. She graduated from North High School in 1951. She married Raymond Kazmierski in 1953, and they lived in Kent, Ohio, and then Warren, Ohio.

She leaves as her legacy two children: Ray Kazmierski, Jr. and Pamela Myers. She also leaves to cherish her memory are 3 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Her children remember her as a caring and loving mom.

She was preceded in death by her mother and father and her brother Robert Shearer, Jr.

Norma was a manager of a store in the Eastwood Mall for 25 years. When she and Ray retired in January 1992, they moved to their Florida condo in Stuart and have lived here ever since.

A celebration of Life is scheduled on Saturday, April 20 at 11 am at Aycock Funeral Home, 505 S. Federal Hwy., Stuart, FL 34994.

Services

  • Norma Jean Kazmierski Saturday, April 20, 2019
  • Norma Jean Kazmierski Saturday, April 20, 2019
REMEMBERING

Norma Jean Kazmierski

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David Lippy

April 18, 2019

Dear Ray and Family,

I met your Mom probably back in the 7th or 8th grade when we first went to Junior High School together and played on the same football team. At that point in time both of us had not yet started to really fill out and grow. I remember your Mom after one practice talking to the two of us who were more than a little down because as two of the smaller boys on the team we were taking quite a beating. Your Mom told both of us to stop feeling sorry for ourselves and to work harder! Her words were kind, strong and supportive. Just like the kind of friend you were Ray to me throughout our time together in school. May your Mother's memory be both a source of strength and comfort to all who knew her. I will be thinking about you, your Mom and family this Passover/Easter weekend. Take care of yourself Ray. Your friend, David.

Kelly Williams-Brown

April 18, 2019

Ray and Pam, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your sweet mother. I worked for Norma at Hot Sam’s while in high school and loved her dearly. She was always so good to me and trusted me to run things for her in the summers. My dad made pretzel deliveries to the store for her and her was the one who called her about a job for me. Dad also worked with Ray Sr. at the Ohio Edison for many years. I have often wondered if your parents were still in Howland or had moved to Florida as Ray had. I know your memories of your mother are a comfort to you at this difficult time and know that I am keeping you all in my prayers.