Norma Jean Lloyd
In My Own Words
I tried to live a life that was guided by angels; however, I am human and as such, my actions may not have always followed a heavenly path. For those that I may have hurt or offended, I am truly sorry. I hope that you will forgive me and know that I never meant to hurt anyone.
To My Best Friends & Family
I love and will miss the uniqueness of each one of you. Thank you for being there and "For keeping it real". Don't cry, just smile, and reflect on all the good memories which are priceless. It is my belief, that I will see you all again in heaven. So, until then.........
Norma J. Lloyd
Open Letter to Momma
This letter is to thank you for giving us life and making our life worth living. This is not goodbye, because we know in our heart that we will see you again. You have never deserted us in our time of need and your love
for us was never in question.
I thank God for blessing us with the best Mom that anyone could ever ask for.
Thank you for sharing your wisdom, providing advice, offering words of encouragement, and always making sure that we were ready for life's challenges.
You have always been our inspiration and will continue to motivate us in spirit.
We love you and look forward to reuniting in heaven.
With Love, Frank, Sharon, Derrick
Norma Jean Lloyd was born March 16, 1941, in Kansas City, Missouri to Harold Oliver and Maureen (Vaughn) Dancy.
She was preceded in death by a beloved husband Franklin D. Lloyd Sr. and loving son Rodney K. Lloyd.
Norma leaves to cherish her memories, Franklin D. Lloyd Jr. (Deanna), Sharon K. Hawkins, Derrick V. Lloyd (Renae), one sister Harriett Maddox, five brothers Harold Oliver, Maurice Maddox, Perry Dancy (Deceased), Terry Dancy, Larry Dancy, Ronald Dancy, many loving grandchildren, great grandkids and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
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