Norma loved her community and could often be found with her beloved goggie BamBam, in his stroller, visiting and making memories everywhere they went. Whether sitting at the park or at a parade or festival, they had fun and made friends everywhere they went.
Norma loved sports and her teams – The Patriots and of course the Boston Red Sox.
Always dressed for the games she and Bam made quite the pair. Win or lose they always enjoyed the games and their support never waivered.
Waiting for her across Rainbow Bridge were her twin boycats Tommy and Kato. Rumor has it they will be picking her up in a hot red convertible.
So too will she be meet by the many friends who have gone before her.
Norma will be remembered for her sassiness, smiling eyes and the inability to say the letter R. A prankster but fast friend she will be missed by many across the globe – those who met her and those who knew her online only.
She leaves behind her beloved pets BamBam and Rocky whom friends will care for until they can join her.
A celebration of Life will be held Saturday September 21 from 3-5 at Mann & Rodgers Funeral Home, JAMAICA PLAIN
For those too far away, raise a glass to our dear Norma during that time.
She would love it.
Love you Auntie Norma....see ya around