Norma Jean Woolley
June 18, 1926 - September 19, 2020
Marian Bowman
Theresa Fretueg Light a candle
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Greenlawn Funeral Home South
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Norma Jean (Scott) Woolley, age 94, of Springfield, passed away Saturday, September 19th, 2020. Norma was born June 18, 1926 in Springfield, to Edward and Marie Scott. She graduated from Springfield Central High School. She was united in marriage to Richard M. Woolley on April 7, 1946, in Springfield, MO. Norma and Richard owned and…

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Marian Bowman left a message on September 25, 2020:
Norma was a very special person. Her laughter, smiles, jokes, & kind words were always there. When we had our gatherings as the Lowrey Organ Group, she never missed a beat. She loved to play the organ. If she hit the wrong key, she would stop, turn around-say oops hit the wrong key, wink, & keep right on playing. Often she would call me, saying I’ve called the wrong number because she had another friend in another state, but our names were next to each other, So it would give me a chance to chat with her quite often. She will be missed, but she will always be remembered. One day we will all be together!! Theresa, haven’t seen you in a long time, but blessings on you & the family.
Theresa Fretueg left a message on September 21, 2020:
I love you to the moon and back mommy. I already miss you like crazy and want you back. I saw a beautiful Blue bird fly in front of me this morning while I was sitting on the front porch. I know we haven’t seen one all summer so I know it was you checking on me! It made me smile so big! Please keep coming back to see me and give daddy a big hug and kiss for me! Your baby girl, Sis
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