Ms. Norma Jean White

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We’re here to celebrate the home going of Norma Jean White. Norma Jean was born on September 6, 1967, at St.
Ann’s Hospital, on Kelton Ave and Bryden Road. In Columbus, Ohio to mother Diana L. Edwards and Norman C. White.

She was raised by her mother and stepfather, Claude E. Grant. She attended Fairwood Elementary, Eastmoor High
School, along with her G.E.D., she had accounting, shorthand, typing and one of the first State Tested Nursing
Assistant in the state of Ohio, top of her class.

Norma was blessed with three children, Robert, Shanita, with five children (two in heaven), Brandon, Shalette, with
eight children, Letia, with three children.

Norma Jean has a great life regardless of where she was. Norma Jean has three families. Her immediate family, her
street family and her extended family.

Preceded in death by grandparents. Her aunts, uncles, cousins, stepfather Claude Grant and Peaches and friends to cherish her memories. Her immediate family, Mother Diana Jackson, father Norman White, brothers, Claude, Linda White. Her uncles, William Stone, Joseph, Thedore, Rosa Shepherd, Emily, Mattie, Ronald and Kenny White, David Colette, and Bruce Grant. Cousins, Reginald, Chris and Terry Henderson, Donald Ray, Paula, Viola, Stephon, Kenneth , Jacqueline, Jackie, Jay Jay, Joseph Jr., Brandon, Anthony Jr.,Celina, Mishelle. For her street family thank you for being her friends. Her extended family, The Watkins family, Marie, Louise, I E.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Thursday, April 27, 2023 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. Keith Crowder / Francisca Rodriguez

    I pray for the family for comfort and strength to deal with an bare the pain of this hurting time. God bless her and may she be in the lords arms, Amen.

  2. Walter Fluellen

    My sincere condolences to the White family on the loss of Norma

  3. Annette Diane Royster

    I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Noodles, I could not attend but always know you all are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. My condolences to the family, Norma White was absolutely an amazing woman she was such a wonderful human being an inspiring woman to me I feel so blessed to have met her I will always love her and I think God that I had the privilege and honor of knowing her.

  5. Brandon white

    Mom I love you with all my heart you was not hear all the time but when you was it was special I apologize for everything I have done and I appreciate the things you’ve taught me for the time that you was here making me a man truthfully to be honest I couldn’t have done it without you you will always be in my heart mind body and soul gone but never forgotten I will see you again from your son BRANDON DONT’E WHITE

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