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Norma Marie Stamper, 56, of Huntersville, passed away Sunday, December 13, 2020, at Hunter Village Assisted Living.
She was born June 13, 1964, in Cabarrus County, daughter of Jimmie Lester Hammonds and Glenda Campbell Hammonds. Mrs. Stamper was employed as a CNA at Manor House. She enjoyed spending time with her daughters, grandchildren, nephew, and her sister. Norma was all about her family. Norma loved to be in the house, where she felt most safe. She had a forgiving and loving heart, and cared for all of those who cared for her. Norma will be missed dearly, and never forgotten.
Mrs. Stamper was preceded in death by her mother Glenda Campbell and Brother Ecil Campbell of Wilmington.
She is survived by her daughter, Tonya Stamper of Charlotte; daughter Stephanie Tallmon of Concord, grandson’s Aden Mercer and Adonis Tallmon of Concord, and granddaughter Leonie Stewart of Charlotte, sister Debbie Hammonds of Myrtle Beach, brother Donny Julian, nieces and nephews of Concord and Myrtle Beach, grandmother Nellie Julian of Kannapolis.
Carolina Cremation is honored to serve the Stamper family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Lauren Adams says
Norma Stamper was a sweet soul. A wonderful Aunt to all of us, I wasn’t even blood but we loved each other. She would do anything she could for her family and did many times. I Thank God I know I will see her again in Heaven! Gone but not forgotten!
Your Sis Debbie says
I love and miss you so much my baby sister. I will see you again one day in heaven. Tell Mom and Ecil I love them and miss them soo much and will see them in heaven too. I look in the mirror and see you in me and I will every day until I come home to you mama and ecil. So, you will be with me, walk with me go everywhere with me because we are Irish twins and I’ve explained that to you one day in the past and I hope you remember that.
Margaret Brown says
Norma was a wonderful friend and she was a loving sister. She’ll be missed. Love you sweetie and I’ll see you again in Heaven. Gone to soon but won’t be forgotten. RIP and fly high with the angels.
Norma I hate to see you go without getting to say goodbye. I wanted to see you one more time! When I close my eyes & think of you what comes to mind are the times that I made you laugh & you’d get so tickled over some of the crazy things I would do for you. I wish I could again, but as the others have said “I’ll see you soon” when my time comes, I’ll be hollering for ya Norma my sweet honest friend. You’re most definitely missed by me.
I love you lisa
Joyce Julian says
What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose; and what we love deeply becomes a part of us. Norma, you will always be a part of me.
If roses grow in heaven,
Lord please pick a bunch for me,
Place them in Norma’s arms
and tell her they’re from me.
Tell her I love her and miss her,
and when she turns to smile,
place a kiss upon her cheek
and hold her for a while.
Because remembering her is easy,
I do it every day,
but there’s an ache within my heart
that will never go away
Shasta Dease says
I knew Norma when she, Glenda, Debbie and Ecil were neighbors of my parents in Kannapolis. They were like my other family. Norma was always so sweet and caring and watched over all of us kids in the neighborhood. I will always remember her helping Ecil dress up their dog for Halloween one year and introducing me to some of the music I still listen to all these years.
May she rest in peace and is reunited with Ecil and Glenda. She will always have a spot in my heart.
Violet Evans says
Tonya, my condolences for the loss of your mother, you were her guarding angel here on Earth and now it’s her turn to look down and be there for you in spirit to carry you thru. Just remember, death leaves heartache no one can heal but the love you have in your heart leaves a memory no one can ever steal. May the pleasant memories of your mother give you comfort and peace.
Your daughter Stephanie says
My sweet beautiful mama, I can’t believe you really are gone. I have no doubt in my heart you passed with peace cause you had a little grin on your face when I went to tell you “I’ll see you again I promise.” I love you mama and I know I’ll see you again. I love and miss you so much.