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Graveside Service

West Warren Cemetery
Friday July 16th, 2021

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Norma Nicholas

Norma Nicholas, 85, passed away on July 10, 2021. She was born February 16, 1936, to Myron and Susan East in Ogden, Utah.

Norma graduated from Ogden High School. She married Norman Nicholas in Elko, Nevada on July 3, 1952.

Our mom was a loving and doting mother. She read to us as children daily, got on the floor and played with us, made mud pies, baked cookies, and was always protecting us from life’s injuries.

Every Christmas Eve she always had funny stories about her embarrassing moments of the year which gave us all a good laugh.

Later in life she grew very independent. Up until she died she did all her housework, mowed her lawn, and did most of her own repairs.

She left us with many wonderful memories and lots of laughs. She had the strength and wisdom to help guide us through life.

We love you mom, thanks for being you, our amazing mom.

Norma is survived by Roni Barton (daughter) and Jim Nicholas (son), three grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Norma is preceded in death by Myron and Susan East (parents), Norman Nicholas (husband), and Edwin East (brother).

Graveside Services will be held on Friday, July 16, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. at the Warren-West Warren Cemetery 6670 W. 700 N.

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To Norma's family, I would like to express my sympathy for your loss of a very special lady. I have a lot of very special and fun memories of Norma. She tended my brother and me when we were young kids. She was recently married to Nick at the time and they lived on 24th St.just below Monroe on the south side of the street in a white duplex in the east side apt. Behind her was a school she let us hop the fence to play in the school yard. When they were stationed in New Mexico I remember asking her what the money was like in New Mexico not knowing it was part of the US. She sent Gerry and me each a nickle. We used to send birthday cards to each other for years so one time I sent her the one back she sent me for my birthday and we sent each other that same card for years.I am so sorry to read that Norma passed away. We could go months without seeing each other but when we reconnected it was like it was yesterday and no time had passed. Linda and I will be at the services if it is ok with you. Mickey and Linda Morris

Mickey and Linda Morris Jul 14 2021 7:55 PM