ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Norma Jimenez, 60 years old, born on September 9, 1960, and passed away on March 30, 2021. We will remember her forever. She was born in Los Fresnos, Texas,  born to Leonor Bautista and Euesbio Bautista. She was raced in Catholic church. Later in life she moved to Dickinson, TX. She was a loving, faithful and devoted wife for 44 years to her husband Juan Jimenez. Norma had one child Juan Jimenez (Baby J).  Norma had two grandchildren Julian and Damien Jimenez. She also was a sister, aunt, mother in law and friend. She was the best aunt and mother a child can asked for.

Her passion was cooking, fixing all kind of things from cars to house work, crafting and caring for loved ones. She was a pillar to your family. She was a counselor and guidance to everyone needing instructions or encouragements. She was a woman of truth and integrity. Everyone who came across her was touch by her loving warmth and caring self. Her greatest desire was to see the care of her son and grandsons. I guaranteed even though she was elevated from earth to heaven her voice and guidance still remains in the heart of her family. We all miss you and loved you.
Posted by Hope Bautista on April 15, 2021
I love you and miss you Aunt Norma. I hope you are resting and healthy again. You will always have an impact on mine and Alenas life. I will keep your memory alive with Lilly and Lucy.
Posted by Sherika Bautista on April 11, 2021
I think of you every day especially when I past by your house. I still catch myself calling you every day and I just break down. I know there will be a day I will see you again. I love you so much.

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Posted by Hope Bautista on April 15, 2021
I love you and miss you Aunt Norma. I hope you are resting and healthy again. You will always have an impact on mine and Alenas life. I will keep your memory alive with Lilly and Lucy.
Posted by Sherika Bautista on April 11, 2021
I think of you every day especially when I past by your house. I still catch myself calling you every day and I just break down. I know there will be a day I will see you again. I love you so much.
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Shared by Sherika Bautista on April 6, 2021
She was a beautiful individual inside and out. She was a direct women didn't  mind to hurt your feelings but that was her way showing her loved. She was jack of all trades she knew how to do everything. But one thing everyone knows that the family can say her world was her son, her daughter in law and her two grandbabies. She would drop everything for them her loved for them was that big. I want to thank God for giving her to us she was a blessing to have in our life. I will miss you dearly love always.