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Norma Barlow

Norma Jane Barlow

Sunday, November 3rd, 1946 - Monday, September 2nd, 2019
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Norma Jane Barlow, 72, of Plymouth, died on Sept. 2, 2019, at Concord Hospital, in Concord, NH.

Born in Barton, Vermont on November 3, 1946, she was the daughter of Roy and Ardys (Wilcox) Barlow.

Norma grew up on a dairy farm in Orleans, VT, and graduated from Orleans High School. She graduated from the Dartmouth-Hitchcock School of Nursing, as an LPN and then continued her education at New Hampshire Technical Institute, becoming a Registered Nurse.

Over her lifetime, Norma worked as a nurse at Speare Memorial Hospital, in Plymouth, and Concord Hospital, in Concord, as well as at a residential school and mental health facility. Throughout her career, she always loved working with pediatric patients the most. She was fortunate to work her last years before retirement in pediatric home health care.

Norma was predeceased by her sisters, Shirley Barlow and Nancy Dew.

Norma is survived by her daughters, Sally L. Sawyer and husband Maurice, of Plymouth, Rae-Ann S. Campbell and husband Warren of Boscawen, brother-in-law Benjamin Dew, of Raleigh NC, grandchildren Kristopher, Peter, Seth, Nicole, Kathleen, Latasha, Amanda,, Warren IV, and Dylan, 21 great grandchildren, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Norma loved to knit, crochet, PC game, go camping, and spend time with family and friends. She was a "Mom" and "Gram" to many, her door was always open to all.

Memorial Gathering will be held in the Mayhew Funeral Home, 12 Langdon St., Plymouth, on Friday, Sept. 13th from 5pm to 7pm. Private family burial will be held Sunday at the Coventry Village Cemetery, in Coventry, VT.
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  • Visitation

    Friday, September 13th, 2019 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Friday, September 13th, 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Mayhew Funeral Home
    12 Langdon Street
    Plymouth, NH 03264
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  • Interment

    Coventry Village Cemetery
    Coventry, VT 05825


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Private Condolence

Sue Bolton

Posted at 04:28pm
RIP Norma!!! I'm sure you love the picture your girls posted- very nice!
Will miss you at nurse's monthly breakfast with your great sense of humor and laugh! We'll drink/toast a cup of coffee to you!
We had good laughs working at Speare years ago and worked our way through NHTI :)
So long old friend.
Susie (Williams) Bolton

Mary Tremblay

Posted at 12:25pm
Norma & I became friends as Freshmen in high school. We had many good times in those 4 years. Lost touch after graduation but reconnected in 68 when she saw my wedding announcement. We stayed in touch and saw each other a couple of times over the years. It was so good to see her last year at the class lunch and will miss the E-mails. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Mary Bousquet Tremblay

Laura Lanou

Posted at 07:09am
Norma was a good friend and classmate. We grew up on dairy farms in VT and shared many fun times together as teenagers at each other’s homes. We lost touch early after High School Days but reconnected in later years through phone calls and later still through Social Media. It was so wonderful to see her last year at our class gathering. She will be missed. Rest In Peace,Norma.
Laura Lanou

Barbara Dow Farnum

Posted at 03:07pm
Norma was my friend for many years. She was totally involved and proud of her beloved family.
She was a caring and loving Lady who had a positive and amusing personality to all who knew her.
I will miss our Breakfasts and talks. RIP my dear friend and colleague.

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