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Norma Jeanette (Davis) Rose

Born: Sat., Apr. 22, 1933
Died: Fri., Sep. 25, 2020

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Norma Jeanette Davis Rose 87, died in the comfort of her home with family by her side September 25, 2020.
Norma was born in Burlington, Wyoming on April 22, 1933 the daughter of Joe and Lottie Davis.  She married Ron Rose August 23, 1958.  Norma and Ron had one child, Ronda. They spent their first years of marriage in Iowa, later residing in Nebraska and Colorado before returning home to Burlington in 1976.

Norma was blessed in abundance with compassion and servitude for others.  She was a devoted wife and mother who gave everything to her family.  Norma was a great friend and neighbor.  Her circle of loved ones included a wide variety of ages, beliefs and backgrounds.  After retiring from the Big Horn County Courthouse, most of her time was spent with family and it wasn't unusual to see her delivering pies or bean soup on the golf cart with Dottie riding beside her. She was an excellent seamstress, cook, gardener and the list goes on.

She is survived by daughter Ronda (Paul) Thatch; grandchildren, David (Megan) Rohrer, Tanner Rohrer,  P.J. (Janel) Thatch; great grandchildren, Zaylee and Roxyn Rohrer, Roselena Gonzalez Rohrer, Neveah Gonzalez and Saylor Thatch; and niece, Susan Deering Thomas.

Norma was preceeded in death by husband, Ronald David Rose; parents, Joseph and Lottie Davis; and sisters, Marjorie Fredrichsen and Gertrude Geering.

What a beautiful soul she was and always will be.

In lieu of flowers please consider a memorial donation for the Burlington Town park which can be made to:  Norma Rose Memorial Fund, c/o Big Horn Federal Bank, P.O. Box 218, Lovell, Wyoming 82431

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Samantha Cook
   Posted Wed October 07, 2020
Norma was the sweetest soul, my husband Jason and I got to know Ron and Norma 20 years ago, when they we're r first costumers for r business, words can't say how sad we r, but as tho who knew them, "Golly G folks its a beautiful day, Ron u recieved your beautiful angel in the final resting place", fly high Norma!

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