Condolence: Ever Present
Ever Present.......these words were used to describe my Aunt Norma in her obituary. Immediately I knew their meaning. Because there wasn't a time or event that Aunt Norma was not present.
Ever present.....Aunt Norma was there for birthdays, weddings, graduations and showers.
Ever Present....Aunt Norma was there at our times of need and sorrow. She came with genuine concern, caring and helpfulness. She made a "More" casserole we all loved as a sign of her love for us and her desire for us to be healthy and happy..
She was ever present...she was comfort.
For both of my children she was their first babysitter. She made them, and now my grandchildren also, beautiful baby blankets. Her hand knit stockings hang in our home every Christmas, and will be treasured now more than ever.
Forever present.......Aunt Norma was a part of our lives......she was always there.....her hugs and kisses will be so missed. But the joy she gave to all of us will be ......"Ever present"
I love and miss you Aunt Norma....Sandy
Condolence: I want to offer the entire McMullen family my most sincere condolences. My years teaching with Norma are among my favorite memories. She was a mentor and a friend. With our classroom doors open all the time, we shared everything. So many times I turned to her for advice and so many times we laughed together over something that happened during the day. She was a dedicated teacher and a very special person.