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Norma Lorene Arnold, 79, of Independence, Missouri passed away March 13, 2022. Norma was born May 2, 1942 in Kansas City, Kansas where she grew up and attended Wyandotte High School. Then she met the love of her life when she was just 18 years old, Mr. Don Arnold. They were married June 25, 1960. They had 4 children and settled in Independence, Mo. Norma was a stay at home Mom until her children were grown, then she worked as a CNA at the Groves Nursing Home for about 25 years, before her retirement in 2007. She loved her kids and grand kids, she loved being a mom and grandma, she loved her family.
Lori Fackler says
Your family has always been my family and my heart is with you all,I have many memories with all of you, I love you all!
Nancy French says
Rest In Peace my dear Aunt Norma. You will remain in our hearts and memory for all the days to come. You are truly loved and will be missed by all. We will hold on to all of our memories of times spent together and will cherish them fondly. To my Uncle Don and my cousins, Marlene, Mike, Sherry, Jennifer, and families, my heart goes out to all of you at this most difficult time. Please know we care and love you all very much. May God’s Blessings be with you. Sending hugs and caring thoughts to all. With lots of love and my deepest sympathy, your niece and cousin, Nancy
April oneil says
She was a amazing lady. She was always cracking jokes or saying something silly. She definitely was all about family and as well as family that wasn’t blood. She was a wonderful women. Miss you all and my thoughts and prayers are with you all. She is in heaven and you all will forever have a angel watching over you all.
Shirley Johnston says
My Dear Sister the only one I had my heart is so broke my life will never be the same with out you Know more 930 pm call Know setting on the swing laughing at any thing and every thing I wish this had not happened We had so many secrets between us that will never be told My whole life changed Starting February 14 2022 And the call I got from Don on March 13 2022 My life will never be the same will always Love You You will always be my big Sister Miss you tell the day I die then will see you again I sure did need you oh won’t for get chips and dip we had fun eating them Did not know that in less than 48 hours you would make your Final journey. Love You Always. From Little Sister You Always Look After
Sherry Morris says
My Momma , my best friend , my world, my life, Mom you were the best mom anyone could ask for , you took care of us all of your life, you pamperd us you fought for us and would do anything for us when we were little ,teenagers, young adults , it didn’t matter how old we were if we needed you, you were there , all the way up til it was our turn to take care of you, and I want to say I have no regrets at all bout taking care of you these last 5yrs, I would not of had it any other way , you were my world momma and I really don’t know how to go on with life without you, my days are long and empty with nothing to do now that ur gone, my heart hurts and it is so broken , but my God will walk me threw this so I can take care of my daddy now , so fly high momma and tell everyone up in heaven I said hello like my aunt Betty & My son Robert and my grandma’s & grandpa’s & stroll all over heaven til we meet again , I love & miss you so much momma, Love from ur daughter Sherry
Lisa Petitt says
So sorry for ur loss,it’s hard to deal with ,I just lost my mother to covid the 27 th.our mother’s our are world they haves us life to and it’s unbelievable that we have deal with them not here,, remember the good times and always cherish them in our hearts .hugs to u and ur family .she was a great women ..
Jennifer Arnold says
To my amazing mama,
You are my heart and soul. My best friend and my forever. I miss you dearly mama. I know you are up in heaven dancing with granny, and all of our loved ones lost. You have made me the women, the mother, the sister, grandmother and the daughter I am today. I love you so so very much mama and you will be missed. Thank you for being the amazing mama you were and no one ever could thank you enough. I know you are making the most beautiful sunsets, and sunrises. To my mommy, you will forever be in my heart and on my mind. Until we meet again
Your baby girl, Jennifer.
Pam Harkins says
Aunt Norma you left me with so many great memories. Thank you for always being there. You were an awesome aunt. You made me laugh many many times. I miss you! I love you!
Kerry Morris says
Norma was a wonderful person and ex Mother in Law. But most of all a friend and ex neighbor . She always had a smile when we come over to visit and would always have something that she thought was funny to say. I’m sure she’s in a more comfortable place and happy to see her Mom . We will all miss you and will always think about you. Love Kerry your ex- Son inlaw
DAUGHTER MARLENE says
MY MAMA WAS THE BEST MAMA THAT ANYONE WOULD OR COULD HAVE. SHE WAS A LOVING MAMA. SHE TAUGHT ME EVERYTHING I NEEDED TO KNOW ABOUT BEING A MAMA AND EVERYTHING THAT A DAUGHTER NEEDED TO KNOW IN EVERYTHING FOR WHEN I GOT OUT ON MY OWN. I LOVED AND STILL LOVE HER WITH ALL MY HEART ?? AND SOUL I MISS HER AND I ALWAYS WILL. I LOVE ?? YOU MAMA ALWAYS & FOREVER. I’LL BE WITH YOU AGAIN ONE DAY.
DAUGHTER MARLENE says
I LOVE YOU MAMA WITH ALL MY HEART AND SOUL FOREVER & ALWAYS. LOVE YOUR DAUGHTER MARLENE.
Diane Lindquist says
Aunt Norma, I will always have fond memories of the times we all got together, played country gospel music on the piano and sang until we couldn’t sing any more. So many good memories of our family coming to KC to visit and stay at your house. Dad and Uncle Don singing “The Great Specked Bird”; What a treat that was :). I have no doubt that you have reunited with Grandma, Grandpa, Dad and so many others and enjoy seeing them again. You will truly be missed by so many, as you were a wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and friend to so many. RIP Aunt Norma, we all love you.