In memory of
John C. Norris
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In memory of
John C. Norris
John C. Norris Born: November 13, 1942; in Chicago, IL Died: March 13, 2018; in Pleasant Prairie, WI John C. Norris, age 75, of Pleasant Prairie, WI, died at his residence on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. Born on November 13, 1942 in Chicago, IL, he was the son of the late John and Anita (Courtney) Norris. He received his degree in Political Science from Lewis University. On November 20, 1989 in Warsaw, IN, he was united in marriage to Helen Howells. They moved from Johnsburg, IL to Pleasant Prairie in 2016. John was employed with Navistar, where he specialized in International Contracts. He enjoyed NASCAR racing and traveling. He is survived by his wife, Helen; his three children, Michael (Maggie) Norris, Jessica (Matt Kettner) Norris and Ryan Norris; and two beautiful granddaughters, Lola and Pippa Norris. In accordance with John's wishes, private funeral services will be held.
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In memory of
John C. Norris
John C. Norris Born: November 13, 1942; in Chicago, IL Died: March 13, 2018; in Pleasant Prairie, WI John C. Norris, age 75, of Pleasant Prairie, WI, died at his residence on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. Born on November 13, 1942 in Chicago, IL, he was the son of the late John and Anita (Courtney) Norris. He received his degree in Political Science from Lewis University. On November 20, 1989 in Warsaw, IN, he was united in marriage to Helen Howells. They moved from Johnsburg, IL to Pleasant Prairie in 2016. John was employed with Navistar, where he specialized in International Contracts. He enjoyed NASCAR racing and traveling. He is survived by his wife, Helen; his three children, Michael (Maggie) Norris, Jessica (Matt Kettner) Norris and Ryan Norris; and two beautiful granddaughters, Lola and Pippa Norris. In accordance with John's wishes, private funeral services will be held.
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