Jeff Norman

Jeff Norman

Tuesday, March 11th, 1958 - Friday, May 22nd, 2020
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Jeff Norman was granted his angel wings on May 22, 2020. The way he died is just as he lived, he wrote his own rules, and he paved his own way. His family knew him as a faithfully devoted husband of 40 years, loving dependable father, and an ornery doting PaPa. Jeff was able to take care of his mother Barbara for the past 9 years. Jeff was Barbara’s only son. He was a wonderful big brother, an amazing and much-loved Uncle. He was a lifelong Sugar Creeker and a graduate of St Mary’s Bundschu Memorial 1976. Jeff always knew the right thing to say, even if it was wildly inappropriate, which will be missed by all who knew him. He was also a firm believer that he should have been a race car driver, always outshining any other car on the road. Jeff was a sheet metal guru, having worked with sheet metal for over 35 years. He would still affectionately visit his buddy’s shop weekly to spread his humor and “joy”. Jeff loved a beautiful day on his boat, the smell of M-80’s, tending his garden and hanging with his buddies which he’s had since childhood. Jeffery Edward Norman will be lovingly and dearly missed. “Well, I don’t know, but I’ve been told You never slow down, you never grow old.” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Survivors include; his mother, Barbara Norman; wife Linda Norman; daughter Brandi Franke and her children Mikayla Franke & Lena Franke; sons Mike Davis and his children Richard Jones and wife Kandie Marie Jones, Scott Davis and wife Kirsten Davis and their son Avery Davis, Jason Davis and his daughter Jillian Davis; Sister, Michelle & David Devolder and their children, Ryan & Erica Devolder and their daughter Adalyn, Kailey & Dominic Etli and their son Jackson and 6 great grandchildren He was preceded in death by his father Edward Norman. A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 25, 2020 at William Henry Harrison Park in the shelter house. 11520 Mike Onka Memorial Dr. Sugar Creek, MO 64054. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at (Arrangements: Carson-Speaks Chapel (816) 252-7900)
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    Saturday, July 25th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Saturday, July 25th, 2020 2:00pm
    William Henry Harrison Park
    11520 Mike Onka Memorial Dr.
    Sugar Creek, MO 64054
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Conra Marsh

Posted at 08:11pm
Jeff Norman was my best girlfriend's son and I have enjoying getting to know him through Barbara. He even helped myself and my husband surprise her when she became I'll. We flew from Seattle to Missouri and he helped pull off the surprise. We will both miss Jeff he was so full of life and smiles
Todd and Conra Marsh


Posted at 12:04pm

Rest In Peace. ❤️

Jeff and Linda always welcomed and opened their home and heart to me throughout my life. Some of my best memories I have, have been with the Norman family. From the younger years at the lake house and taking us around on his boat, to his love of setting off as many fireworks that he could get his hands on, to just a simple family dinner, Jeff never failed to bring his love, humor, and wit. Jeff was a dedicated family man and always made sure whoever was around was taken care but most of all they felt welcomed and loved. I will forever cherish my memories with the Norman Family. My thoughts are with you and please let me know if you need anything.


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