Carol Norvell

Obituary of Carol Jean Norvell

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Carol JEan Norvell was bon July 3, 1935 in the town of Normal, Illinois.  She was the sixth of seven children of William and Nettie Jacob.  Carol was raised in Gibson City, Illinois and then LaPorte, Indiana.  After high school she entered nursing training, but never finished to marry William Norvell on August 6, 1955.  From 1956 to 1958, Bill and Carol lived at the US military base in Munich, Germany where Tom and Joy were born.  The family then moved to Beloit, Wisconsin where Dave was born in 1960.  Tim was born in 1966 in Portland, Oregon.  After another job change, the family moved to Worcester, MA, where Carol and the children came into contact with Jehovah's Witnesses and started studying the Bible.  Finally, the family moved to Camas, Washington in 1970.  Carol, and her children Tom and Joy, were baptized on February 9, 1975 at a circuit assembly in Longview, Washington.

Carol stayed loyal to her failth until her death on Decemmber 6th, 2023.  She was known for her immaculately kept home, her kindness and hospitality, and her love for her children and grandchildren.  Her four children follwed her example and all of them and their families are active servants of Jehovah.

Carol is survived by her brother, Merwyn (Mert), her children, Tom, Joy, Dave, and Tim, her grandchildren, Michael, Amy, and Beth, and her great granddaughter, Hailey.

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Celebration of Life

2:00 pm
Saturday, January 6, 2024
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
735 H St.
Washougal, Washington, United States
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Carol Norvell

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Carol Norvell

1935 - 2023

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