Debra Lynn Norman
August 14, 1953 – May 13, 2020
MARBLE CITY, OK- Debra Lynn Moore-Norman was born on Friday, August 14th, 1953, in Hastings, NE, the daughter of Robert Carl and Norma Jean (Lampman) Moore. She was raised with two brothers and two sisters, Judith, Michael, Constance, and David. She attended and graduated from Kellogg High School in Minnesota. She would then begin her life by falling in love with and marrying Nick Norman, and together they raised a daughter, Jessica. She worked at a variety of jobs and never lacked something to do. She was a Courier for Quicksilver Express Courier. When she wasn’t working, she was busy crafting, sewing, knitting and crocheting. She was a gifted artist and could draw using almost any medium. She liked to collect and was very fond of her salt and pepper collection. There was nothing better on a cold winter night than a good game of cribbage, or to curl up and watch a good old western movie. She was kind, and loving, quirky and quick to tease and joke, especially with her many friends at Cookson Senior Citizens. She was always ready to tell them about her favorite people on the entire planet, Dakota, Christina, and Samantha, her adored grandchildren. She felt they were the sweetest, smartest, best looking children anywhere. She was living in the Marble city Community when her health began to fail her. She passed from this life on May 13th, 2020 in Tahlequah, OK . She was 66 years old and will be greatly missed for her smile she offered to all who met her. She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Carl and Pauline (Bachman) Moore and John and Stella Fern (Sweeten) Lampman. She is also preceded by her mother and father and her husband Nick. Those left to cherish her memory include her daughter, Jessica and loving son in law Mark Muller of Stillwater, MN and their children, Dakota, Christina and Samantha Muller of the home. She also leaves her brothers and sisters, Judith Wilson of Marble City, OK, Michael Moore and wife Carol of Alexandria, MN, Constance Cole and husband Frank of Virginia, and David Moore and wife Linda of Anoka, MN. She also leaves many nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of friends and loved ones too numerous to mention.
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Debra Lynn Norman
May 22, 2020
I met Debbie on the school bus on the way home from school. She was in 3rd grade and had just moved into the neighborhood. I was in 2nd grade. We became fast friends. We did many things together, along with our best friend, Dar. We walked to the beach barefoot listening to a transistor radio, wearing our bikinis. We played kickball in the summer, and spent hours talking about boys, school, and getting our driver's license. Many good memories.