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CHRISTINE DENDE NORMAN
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In memory of
CHRISTINE DENDE NORMAN
age 88, of Hudson, formerly of Shaker Heights, passed away on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. She was the beloved wife of Forrest A. Norman and the cherished mother of Sally (Homraj) Acharya of Silver Spring, MD; Forrest A. (Sarah) Norman III of Hudson; and William Norman of New York City. Christine was also the beloved grandmother of Nathaniel F. Acharya, Forrest A. Norman IV, Grant J. Norman, Helena F. Norman and Hunter H. Norman, and the dear sister of Barbara Baranowski of Cincinnati. She filled her life and the lives of those around her with grace, elegance, and a deep love for the artistry of nature. As a masterful flower arranger and practitioner of Ikebana, she was a leader for years in the North American Ohara Teachers Association (NAOTA). Over many decades of volunteer service, Christine dedicated her unflagging energy to numerous organizations, including the Garden Club of Cleveland, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Art Women's Council, Western Reserve Historical Society, and her alma mater, Case Western Reserve University's Flora Stone Mather College. She was also a wonderful cook, gracious hostess, enthusiastic torchbearer of her Polish heritage, devoted Sunday School teacher, lover of WCLV, and passionate gardener. We are deeply sorry she will not see the spring flowers she planted, but know that what she planted in the souls of those who loved her will bloom eternally. Services and Interment are being held privately. Arrangements are by Johnson-Romito Funeral Home, Hudson, OH. Memorial donations can be made to Hudson Presbyterian Church Flower Fund, 201 W. Streetsboro St., Hudson, OH 44236 or WCLV Ideastream, 1375 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115-1835. www.johnsonromito.com
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Hudson, OH 44236
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In memory of
CHRISTINE DENDE NORMAN
age 88, of Hudson, formerly of Shaker Heights, passed away on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. She was the beloved wife of Forrest A. Norman and the cherished mother of Sally (Homraj) Acharya of Silver Spring, MD; Forrest A. (Sarah) Norman III of Hudson; and William Norman of New York City. Christine was also the beloved grandmother of Nathaniel F. Acharya, Forrest A. Norman IV, Grant J. Norman, Helena F. Norman and Hunter H. Norman, and the dear sister of Barbara Baranowski of Cincinnati. She filled her life and the lives of those around her with grace, elegance, and a deep love for the artistry of nature. As a masterful flower arranger and practitioner of Ikebana, she was a leader for years in the North American Ohara Teachers Association (NAOTA). Over many decades of volunteer service, Christine dedicated her unflagging energy to numerous organizations, including the Garden Club of Cleveland, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Art Women's Council, Western Reserve Historical Society, and her alma mater, Case Western Reserve University's Flora Stone Mather College. She was also a wonderful cook, gracious hostess, enthusiastic torchbearer of her Polish heritage, devoted Sunday School teacher, lover of WCLV, and passionate gardener. We are deeply sorry she will not see the spring flowers she planted, but know that what she planted in the souls of those who loved her will bloom eternally. Services and Interment are being held privately. Arrangements are by Johnson-Romito Funeral Home, Hudson, OH. Memorial donations can be made to Hudson Presbyterian Church Flower Fund, 201 W. Streetsboro St., Hudson, OH 44236 or WCLV Ideastream, 1375 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115-1835. www.johnsonromito.com
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19 East Main Street
Hudson, OH 44236
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