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Norma Jamison

Norma W. Jamison (Welch)

Monday June 25, 1928 - Monday May 10, 2021
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Norma W. Jamison, 92, formerly of Limeport, passed away May 10, 2021. She was the widow of Dewey Jamison. Born in Tioga County, PA, she was the daughter of the late Mirrell and Loretta (Heyler) Welch. Norma worked in the Payroll Department of the former Pillsbury Company in East Greenville for many years, never missing a day of work.

Norma was a volunteer at the Schwenkfelder Library for many years and faithfully attended Lifelong Learning. She enjoyed gardening, bird watching, and time spent with family. Surviving are children: Mark Jamison (Angel) of Hosensack; Brian Jamison (Tammy) of Rexford; Scott Jamison (Lisa) of Green Lane and Jill Engle, of Limeport; her grandchildren Jason Golden (Jessica), Heather Reed, Scott Engle (Leanne), Eric Gee, Jessica Mitcham (Brian), and Emily Fischer; and great grandchildren Kylie, Justin, Cole, Addison, Cora, Ella and Chalmers. She was pre-deceased by a brother, J. W. Welch.

Services will be private. Norma will be interred with her husband at the Wellsboro Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a contribution to the charity of your choice. To offer condolences, please visit her “Book of Memories” at falkfuneralhomes.com.
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    Wellsboro Cemetery, Tioga County
    104 Nichols Street
    Wellsboro, PA 16901
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Carol Coon

Posted at 08:41pm
In all our years at the Log Cabin Inn Norma and her husband we two of our most enjoyable customers. There is no greater compliment than when guests make themselves at home and they did. Upon arriving at camp they always came to our back door...walked in....and would give me the biggest hugs. She was a woman of grace and beauty-always encouraging-and a wonderful neighbor. You will be missed-God speed. With our deepest sympathy...The Coon Family

Mary Tice Harvey

Posted at 12:54pm
Norma was my Sunday School teacher back in 1950 time frame, at the former Elk Run Methodist Church near Mainesburg PA. She was so kind to all of us in her class and taught us a lot about God, Jesus and The Bible. We were a very small church in building size, so we met up front behind the organ, there were other classes in the same sanctuary. I had lost track of her as she married and moved from the area. Saw her obituary in the local paper and wanted to let her family know that she was loved and appreciated by me as a young child. Mary Tice Harvey

Jim Krause

Posted at 09:15pm
Many memories of Norma growing up with Brian and family. Never forget all the times spent at the house.

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