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Evelyn (Bussell) Norman - August 14, 2014


Evelyn Berniece (Bussell) Norman was born to Ed and Louise Bussell in Chase County, Neb., on Aug. 5, 1924.
She passed away July 26, 2014, just ten days before her 90th birthday.
Services were held at Rose Hills Mortuary Chapel and internment at the Rose Hills cemetery in Whittier, Calif., on Aug. 1, 2014.
Evelyn was raised in the Imperial-Lamar area and taught school in the area in her early adult years.
On Dec. 3, 1946, she married Fay Norman and a few years later they and their son Danny and daughter Beth moved to Norwalk, Calif., where she and Fay worked in the Metal Surfaces business until their retirement.
They lived in Norwalk all their years after moving to California, establishing family and many friendships there and also maintaining many friendships in the Imperial area as they came back to Imperial to visit often.
Preceding Evelyn in death were her parents; husband Fay and infant granddaughter Michelle Norman.
Those who remain behind include son Danny Norman and wife Charlotte of California and their children Jason and wife Celina of Hawaii and Holly Norman of California; daughter Beth Hennes and husband George of California and their children Pamela Huckelbridge and husband Ken of Idaho and Nancy Tate and husband Jim of California; great-grandchildren Amanda and Zack Huckelbridge, Austin Tate, Vincent Edward Norman due to arrive in October 2014 and Alina; brother Delbert Bussell and wife Linda of Imperial; sisters Mary Lou Bower of Missouri and Emma Jane Haddorff of Colorado; sisters-in-law Belva Hicks and Lucille Crews; and many nieces and nephews.
Evelyn was an active member and an officer in the Diamond Tread Car Club, a car club that her husband Fay joined after he retired and built a 1929 Ford Model A. She was also a member of the Red Hat Ladies and was always one to find the best in people.
She was a generous, loving person and will be sadly missed by her many friends and her family.
Because of her love of books, the family has requested that memorials be sent to the Imperial Public Library Foundation, P.O. Box 728, Imperial, NE 69033.