Let the memory of Norma ("Honey") be with us forever
  • 84 years old
  • Born on April 16, 1926 in Iron Mountain, Michigan, United States.
  • Passed away on January 3, 2011 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our precious mother, Norma Mitchell Davis ("Honey") who was born on April 16, 1926 and passed away on January 3, 2011. 

Momma... We will all miss you more than our words could ever express.  We pray that you will now dance again.... sing to your mother... and grow a beautiful garden in heaven.  

 

 

Posted by Lou Ann Ehret on 16th April 2018
Happy Birthday, to my Precious Momma. You would be 92 years young today. I think about you every day, Honey... and I love and miss you more and more as time goes by. The hummingbirds you loved so much - have made it back again this weekend momma... in your honor. Oh... how I wish you were still here... to sit with me and watch them.
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 16th April 2018
Happy Birthday My Sweet Mom ! I am thinking of you and missing you just a little extra today because it is your b-date ! I Love You !!
Posted by Kat Beasley on 5th January 2018
Hi Mom Davis-Its Kat,, your other girl you treated as your own. I thought of you all day (1-3-2018) as I do so very often. and I thought of How much I appreciate all your strength, compassion, respect, and unconditional love that you instilled in your son, who has passed it along to his sons and me . You were such a wonderful person inside and out, and because of this I know where you are and you continue to watch over your son and his family, as well as Lou and hers. I feel so very privileged to have been able to tell everyone what a wonderful mother-in-law I had. I love you .
Posted by Carol Combs on 4th January 2018
Mamm, I didn’t know you well but what I did know is you were a beautiful person inside and out. Your daughter will always be my best friend . She shared a lot about your. Please keep looking down on her and pray for her and her family. Love you Lou.
Posted by Lou Ann Ehret on 3rd January 2018
Precious Momma, Today is seven years you have been gone. It doesn't seem possible. I still think about you and one of our last conversations. I remember how you smiled when we talked about your legacy of family... through your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Family was always the most important thing in your life and your family still holds that value, thanks to you. I know you are watching over all of us, Momma. Your love is present in our hearts and we miss your hugs every, single day. I miss you Momma.... more than I can say.
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 3rd January 2018
Mom it is a cold wintery day here today, but while gazing at your picture that beautiful smile and loving eyes warmed my heart ! I will forever miss and love you !!
Posted by Lou Ann Ehret on 17th April 2017
Momma, Easter was especially beautiful this year because it was also your birthday. The hummingbirds that you loved to watch so much even showed up again this year on your birthday, as they have for years. I love and miss you so much, Momma.
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 16th April 2017
Thinking of You EXTRA today on one of the few times that Your Birthday coincides with Easter !! I know the celebrations in heaven are especially joyous today because of that my Sweet Momma!! ♥ I Love You and Miss You ♥
Posted by Lou Ann Ehret on 4th January 2017
Momma, Yesterday... the thoughts of you... and the tears of grief were too much for me to write here. It's been six years now, since you left us. I think about you every single day and wish, more than anything, you were still here. I wish I could put my arms around you... just one more time... and tell you how much I love you. Charley and I talk about how much love you taught us... and the funny things we did with you... like singing harmony to old tunes when we were on "road trips". We remember how you use to whistle - in harmony - with us - and it always made us laugh. Remember when Charley was running Track and you stood up and "cock-a-doodled" to tell him to "Run, Charley, Run!"? You touched so many lives here on earth and left wonderful memories with every person who knew you. You didn't have an easy life. There were so many difficult times you faced... but somehow you always put your own needs aside for those around you... believing that a person is only worth what they can do to help others. I know God must have you at His side now, because of your wonderful character and graciousness, here on earth. Your legacy of selflessness and unconditional love stays with us Mom and it lives in our hearts every day. We sure do miss you.
Posted by Kat Beasley on 3rd January 2017
Hey Mom D. I'm thinking of you today as I think of you often and wish you were still here with us so that I could see your beautiful smile and share in your great stories,words of wisdom, great sense of humor, (definitely instilled in your children :), and your strength in the Lord. Thank you for your Sons continued dedicated Love for me and his family, which I know he learned from you. Love and Miss you so much.
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 3rd January 2017
Think of my Sweet Mother everyday!!! Miss You Mom.
Posted by Jesse Beasley on 16th April 2016
Happy birthday grandmother. You're still loved and missed here on earth. I hope heaven its all you wanted it to be and more
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 16th April 2016
You would be 90 today. I still think of you in some capacity everyday my sweet Mother. Your love and lessons never fade! I miss you!
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 3rd January 2016
Miss and Love You Mom!! I Think of You Every Day!! ♥♥♥♥
Posted by Kat Beasley on 17th April 2015
Thinking of you especially today on your birthday here on earth. I know why the Lord gave you a birthday in the springtime,...Its because he knew it would be your favorite season with the newness of life and all the beautiful flowers you would grow, Mom D. I sure miss your smile and your way of always making me feel special and loved. How blessed I am for having your son's love and respect for women due to his great upbringing.. Thank you for leaving your legacy of two wonderful children, as I am sure you well know and are smiling down from heaven. Love and Miss you Much Kat Beasley (Daughter in Law)
Posted by Robert Lee Mitchell on 16th April 2015
It is with love and appreciation that I think of my sister, Norma, today, her birthdate. She was truly an Angel on Earth, who cared for her mother and others to their dates of passing from this life. I have no doubt that she joined (or organized) a quire of angles in heaven. It is sad that we so often do not realize the true wonder of our family members until they are taken from us. "Honey" as she was often referred to by her mother, was irreplaceable on earth. I, her younger brother, pray that she is being remembered by her extensive family members and friends who were fortunate enough to have shared even a small part of her caring and love in their lives. GOD bless her!!!
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 16th April 2015
Bet You and all there with in heaven are singin' and dancin' on your day today!! I know you need this flower for your hair!! ♥ Love You Mom ♥
Posted by Nancy Starcher on 16th April 2015
I will never forget the day Norma handed me her Mary Kay business card and said call me. The funny thing was, that at that time, I was thinking about finding a consultant. Thank you Norma.
Posted by Jesse Beasley on 16th April 2015
today would have been your 89th birthday here We still miss to this day we love you and hope you are doing well in heaven
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 3rd January 2015
Bet you have a new chapter of Sweet Adeline singing in Heaven Mom!! Miss You Everyday !! ♥♥ Love You ♥♥
Posted by Charles R Beasley on 16th April 2014
Thinking of you mom as I do everyday, but especially today ! ♥ Love You and Miss You ♥
Posted by Jesse Beasley on 5th May 2013
i know you are in heaven smiling down on all of us. we miss you and your wonderful light grandma. love your grandson jesse and great granddaughter danielle
Posted by Lou Ann Ehret on 16th April 2013
Today - April 16 - would have been Mom's 87th birthday. I love and miss you momma. Think about you every day.
Posted by Mary Lou Mcwhorter on 3rd January 2013
Norma - a Very fun loving and caring person for others. Her reward in Heaven should be fantastic. I am sure if needs be she is still friendly , caring to others. I enjoyed many great times with her and apppreciated her positive thinking very well. Mary Lou
Posted by Jan Kanoy on 3rd January 2013
I met Norma through Mary Kay and through church at MBC. Such a sweet lady. I never knew of all the struggles she endured throughout her life but it certainly made her a beautiful person, inside and out.
Posted by Mary Lou Mcwhorter on 17th April 2012
Oh yes, how well I remember the wonderful times I had with Norma especially involved with the Mary Kay groups. Also the care she took of elderly women in her home and her more than beautiful flower gardens. Yes, she will be forever missed. Mary Lou
Posted by Joanne Brownrigg on 27th June 2011
Dear LouAnne, Tom & the entire family, Thanks for giving me this opportunity to enjoy and visit with Ms. Norma Davis; beautifully done! This site can open your eyes to all that she was, and still is, in the hearts of all those that truly loved her.
Posted by Monnie Martin on 17th April 2011
I am SO glad to have had Norma as a friend and neighbor. She will always be a beautiful memory and an example of how love is to be extended to all. I am so fortunate to have had her in my life.
Posted by Mary Lou Mcwhorter on 16th April 2011
Yes, we remembered her b/d - I had her picture on our credenza ahd a few wils picked daiseys in front of it yesterday and today. I remembered the great times we had together especially with the Mary Kay projects. I know she is happy and both of you a
Posted by Ellanora Hamill on 16th April 2011
Lou Ann, Tom & Family ~ Thinking fond thoughts of Norma on her birthday. We always sent her a card and it seems odd not doing that this year. She was a sweet lady.
Posted by Nancy Starcher on 16th April 2011
I still remember the day Norma handed me one of her Mary Kay business cards. I knew then that she was a very special lady. I can hear her laugh as I write this. Thank you for letting me know you Norma.
Posted by Deana Hanes on 19th February 2011
My Mom, Norene Williams, and Norma were best friends. They had so many good times together. They sang in Sweet Adelines together, and Norma invited Mom to go with her to MBC church. Mom and I still go there. They would go out to eat together and go places together. She was there for Mom when she needed her. Norma was a very special person and will greatly missed.
Posted by Joyce Crichlow on 10th February 2011
Norma and I were good friends since the 2nd grade at Ballast Point School, when her family moved to the next block from our family. Her brother, Bobby, and my brother, Guy, were friends, too. Norma and I graduated from Plant High School in 1944 & have kept in touch ever since. To her family & friends, a prayer of heartfelt sympathy. I'm glad I knew her. Joy Risley Crichlow, Lakeland, FL.
Posted by Mary Lou Mcwhorter on 6th February 2011
Mary Lou McWhorter Candle lit Feb 2nd, 2011 Will always remember Norma as she brought me to Mary Kay with her as she wanted me to learn the power of Positive Thinking. She was always an inspiration , also as she took care of so many elderly persons and they often came before her in her way of life. also her beautiful flower gardens which were so beautiful.
Posted by Gail Adams on 19th January 2011
I was so fortunate to have met Norma. She became my closest friend and confidant. Norma was one of those rare people who not only saw the glass half full, she would pour the contents into a smaller glass and hand you a full one. If everything around her seemed to be crumbling, she would gather the crumbs and hand you a cake. Norma made the world a better place and me a better person. I love her.
Posted by Brooke Cox on 12th January 2011
While I didn't know Norma very well, I do know that she made my grandfather, Bob Hamill, very happy in his later years. He would beam when he was around her, and for that I'm truly grateful. Norma's warm smile and sweet disposition will live on in my memory.
Posted by Ken Hamill on 11th January 2011
Hello Lou Ann and Norma, Your Mom (Norma) sure brightened up my Dad's life for several years until his death. And, perhaps vice versa. They always seemed to be laughing and kidding with each other. Always had fun with them when we visited Tampa, especially when we took them to dinner. We never knew which one would select what they would eat. Life goes on, but the memories linger. Thanks Noma
Posted by Audra Miller on 10th January 2011
Best wishes and condolences. -Raymond Miller Ballsat Point-Class of 1941 Plant High-Class of 1944
Posted by Barbara Wilder on 10th January 2011
I will always remember my Aunt Norma as being very beautiful. When we were children at our nanny's house we would go to the part to play (The park was several blocks away) and when it was time to come home Aunt Norma could step out on the front porch and we kids could hear her whistle for us to come home. Good memories always!Love Barbara
Posted by Jan Kanoy on 9th January 2011
Norma; I first met you in Mary Kay where you were once a Red Jacket leader. You always had a smile and was so helpful to others. I miss your smiling face in our MBC church choir before you left. Several other MK friends and I were just speaking of you just last week. May you rest in peace in His arms.
Posted by Jesse Beasley on 9th January 2011
Grandma Davis, you were always a light to the world for this family and for all those you touched. I didn't have a whole lot of time with you in my lifetime with you, but all the times I did have, you always had words of wisdom and ways of teaching things about life that otherwise seemed unimportant. Thank you for touching my life and the lives of others that you came in contact with. We love you
Posted by Kanda McMullen on 9th January 2011
Grandma Davis, you were a beautiful person inside and out. I have always been impressed by your strength and determination and strive to exhibit those same characteristics in my own life. You were loving and kind and always put others first. We love you very much and will miss you.

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