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Memorial for Norma Jean Bennett

Born in New Castle, Wyoming on Dec. 4, 1927
Departed on Nov. 23, 2019 and resided in Albany, Oregon.
 
Visitation: Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019
Service: Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019
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Norma Jean Bennett
December 4, 1927---November 23, 2019

Norma Jean Bennett, 91 of Albany, passed away peacefully at Albany General Hospital. Norma was born at home to Joseph and Irene Hammer in New Castle, WY.

The family later moved to the Black Hills, residing in Custer, S. Dakota where Norma graduated high school in 1945. Norma married Alvin Dale Bennett on November 1, 1946. The couple moved to Denver, CO where he enlisted in the USAF. They traveled the next 20 yrs. to such places as Newfoundland, Japan and numerous States within the US.

Norma graduated from Mississippi State College for Women in 1967 with a Teaching degree. She taught in Oregon for over 22yrs.

Alvin and Norma had three sons, Roy, Terry and Randy. They were longtime members of First Assembly of God Church Albany (Hope Church) strongly committed to Missions.

Norma is survived by sons, Terry (Pamela), Randy (Judy), their children and grandchildren. She is survived by brothers, Marvin (Donna) Hammer, Chuck (Kathy) Hammer, Jimmy (Deb) Hammer; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband Alvin, son Roy, Sister Leona, brothers Joe, Gene and Ernie Hammer.

A viewing will be from 5 to 7pm Tuesday at Fisher Funeral Home. A memorial celebrating Norma's life will be held at Hope Church, Wednesday December 4, 2019 at 2:00 pm with a reception following at Brookdale "Grand Prairie." Online condolences for the family may be posted at www.fisherfuneralhome.com.

  

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