- 75 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 7, 1938
- Place of birth:
New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States
- Date of passing: Mar 17, 2014
- Place of passing:
Tucson, Arizona, United States
|Let the memory and love of Richard be with us forever|
In loving memory of Richard Norris who passed away peacefully at home on March 17th, 2014 at age 75. He was surrounded by family and friends. Richard will be forever remembered by those who knew and loved him.
Richard was survived by his loving wife, Sharon; sisters, Bobbi (Jimmie) Viera, and Joan (Norman) Dupre; daughters, Debbie Norris, Lynda (Dave) Burdick, Jennie (Chris) Norris, and Montina Holliday; thirteen grandchildren, Matt (36), Zack (32), Michael (27), Tesla (24) and the 9 little ones (12 and younger-names not mentioned to protect the innocent); a great grandchild; sister-in-law, Marsha; and in-laws, Joe and Ginnie.
You are invited to share a Memorial Tribute below.
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A Celebration of Richard's Life
Saturday, April 5, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Far Horizons East, Mobile Home Park, in the Clubhouse,
7570 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85710
(located between Kolb and Pantano on the south side of Speedway)
Thank you Angel Valley Funeral Home for helping make the arrangements. A donation "In Memory of Richard Norris" may be made to the Funeral Home.
Angel Valley Funeral Home
PO Box 42493
Tucson, AZ 85733
"3 years dad feels like yesterday i sure miss your living prescence but i feel you all the time!!"
"Dear dad i miss u every day!!! Happy birthday!"
"Missing you my dad forever and always...happy st patricks day...i wish we could talk..."
"Its been a year...you are very missed and loved .....we know ur still with us....we just miss you!!"
"Dear dad i love you i miss u so much Happy birthday you beautiful man i miss you every day"
"I am a friend of Montina's and will attend Saturday's service. Montina and I shared a brief time of residence in southern Wisconsin as children before we met in Tucson in the early 2000s. When we did meet I felt an immediate kinship with her and so I want to support her and her friends and family in this time of transition."
"You were the best father a girl could ever ask for. I will miss you more than I could ever express. Thank you for making me the person I am today. I feel I have a special angel forever watching over me. Forever in my heart, Your Daughter Jennie Sue"
"Yes, my dear daddy, i will surely miss you too!!!! we had the best childhood I could ever have imagined!!!! I am so greatful to have the two best sisters in the whole world , thank you dad!!!!!!! will love you always and will think of you every day of the rest of my life!!! Your daughter Lynda Sue"
"Yes my dear Daddy, i will surely miss you! Not a day goes by that your not on my mind ...Thank you for my life and the lives of my sisters. You helped make me the woman i am today!! Forever yours! ! Your Daughter Debbie Sue"
"The love bond we have will bloom forever. You may not be here in your physical body anymore, but I feel you in spirit, watching over me.
Thank you for being such a wonderful dad! You taught me a lot about business, life, and love. You could make me laugh like no one else. I loved it when you voted Sponge Bob for president. I still laugh about that today. I loved working on the puzzles together, your insight was a joy to partake in. I will cherish you in my heart forever. I love you always!
Your Daughter, Montie"
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