Norma Fryett

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Norma Idell Fryett (Wilker), 86, passed away on June 5, 2020.
Predeceased by her loving husband, Ken (1993). Loving mother to Terry (Candace) and Paul (Kristy). Nana to Adam (Cynthia), Jennifer (Paul), Brad (Melissa), Carly and Chad. Great Nana to Kennedy, Brandon, Cooper, Ava and Van. Sister to Joan (Ross) Wilson. Aunt to several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents, Fred and Idell Wilker. 

Norma’s passion for bridge, books, and theatre was eclipsed only by the friends she made along the way. If neighbours and friends were wine, her glass would be full. She was an avid traveller who visited more than 35 countries with her late friend, Norma Curran. Special thanks to the 3rd floor staff at WHGH. Cremation followed by a family graveside service. Donations to the WHGH or charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.

...your turn to bid Mum


Posted by Bob Esselment on
My thoughts are with you during this time of loss. Your parents are remembered for their friendliness during my days in Hagersville.
Posted by Pam Fearman on
So sorry to hear about Norma’s passing. She was a sweet lady and always spoke to me about my mom and how she missed her. I had the opportunity to play bridge with her and she was always so kind and generous. The world was a better place with her in it. Our condolences to all the family.
Posted by Susan Kruszynski on
Please accept my sincere sympathy as you deal with Norma's loss. I worked with Norma at St. Peter's Hospital from the mid-seventies and we have kept in touch throughout our retirement years. She will be greatly missed by all who were lucky enough to have been her friend.
Posted by James and Shelley Vanni on
Terry and Paul , I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Such a great lady, kind and thoughtful. Certainly loved her bridge and travel. You guys were lucky to have such great parents. Our condolences Jim and Shelley Vanni and families
Posted by Patti & Bruce Fleming on
So sorry to hear of Norma’s passing. She was an awesome neighbour when we lived in Harris Street. Sincere condolences to you all.
Posted by John Scott on
Terry and Paul and families
Thinking of you fondly.
Hopefully your countless happy memories will sustain you in your time of sorrow.
Uncle John
Posted by Dan and Terre Lawrence on
Sorry to hear, deepest sympathy from all the Lawrence’s
Posted by Wayne Awde on
My condolences to Paul,Terry & families
Posted by Bill and Elaine Meehan on
Terry Paul and families
So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Condolences to you all!
Posted by Bette Richards on
Sending my condolences to Paul, Kristy and the family on the passing of your mom.
Posted by Dennis Dana and Smith on
Thoughts are with you Paul, Kristy with the loss of Norma. Sweet lady and a great neighbour growing up as a kid on Harris street. We were all blessed to know her.

Dennis & Dana Smith
Posted by Ruth & Allan Price on
Sending our condolences to the Fryett families on the loss of Norma. We will miss a dear friend greatly.
Posted by Ruth & Allan Price on
Sending our condolences to the Fryett families on the loss of Norma. We will miss a dear friend greatly.
Posted by Jim and Anita McGrath on
Terry & Paul: Our heartfelt sympathies to you and your families. Your Mom and Dad were such a big part of our family growing up. I remember a story about Norma driving our parents home and Ken telling Norma that she was in a 60 m.p.h. zone. Norma replied " But my foot feels more comfortable at 70 m.p.h.". We remember your parents hosting our parents 25th anniversary surprise party. There are so many fond memories of the Good Ole Days. Jack and Jim McGrath and families.
Posted by Alison Montague on
So sorry for your loss. Norma was a great lady, she was the first person to welcome me to the neighborhood. We had some wonderful talks about her life and travels. She loved her family and spoke of them often. I will miss her wonderful smile,waves and shout outs as she drove by.
Posted by Kathie Wilson on
Terry,Paul and Families
So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was always so cheerful and happy whenever you met her. Both of your parents were friendly and kind. She will be missed. Sending condolences and hugs from Denny,Kathie;Lisa and MacKenzie;Mike,Amanda,Camryn and Bella.
Posted by Dean Webb on
Paul, Terry & Families, Very sorry for your loss, Norma was a kind lady.
Posted by Bob and Rita Bennett on
Dear Terry, Paul and families,
We were saddened to learn of Norma's passing in this morning's paper. We remember her as a very interesting and interested friend and always good company. Please accept our deepest sympathy. May your many memories of your dear mother and grandmother comfort you at this sad time. Sincerely, Bob and Rita Bennett
Posted by Gerry & Cathy Greenfield on
Paul,Kristy & family, so sorry to hear the passing of your Mom. May your memories of her help you thru this difficult time.
Posted by Graham Wilson on
Sorry to get the sad news. I know the sisters had a very close bond, which was nice to see and it was nice they were able to go on a few trips together.
Anne-Marie and I have our thoughts with you.
Take care
Posted by Mary Munro on
Terry & Paul...
I am so sad to hear about your mother. I spoke to her not so long ago - at about the time Norma Curran passed away. I called because I knew she would be sad. We had a great chat. And then I called Bob and that was another great chat.
I always referred to my mother's friends as "The Normas & The Bettys" There were a couple of Dorothys, Audreys, and Ruth Anns in there to make it really interesting, but each was so special. And they showed me how important it was to have friends - especially in these unusual times. Somehow, the news of your mother makes me feel like it's the end of an era. I should learn to play bridge.
I am sending you and your families a socially distanced hug.
Posted by . on
Condolences to Terry and Paul and families on your mothers passing. I have sent a small donation to West Haldimand General Hospital Foundation in her memory.
Ed McCarthy
Posted by Dianne Miller on
Condolences to Terry,Candace, Paul, Kristy and Families. Your mother will be greatly missed by your families. Norma was a lovely lady. Always pleasant and kind. She will now be with the love of her life.Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
George,Dianne, Dwayne & Ashley Miller.
Posted by Carolyn, David & Don Hewitt on
Terry, Paul & families,
We are so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She was such a good friend to our Mom. BRIDGE, BRIDGE, BRIDGE > was their major bond. Our Mom enjoyed their regular bridge games. Then Norma started Mom on duplicate bridge and that was even better. They didn't seem to care if they won or not as long as they played well - they didn't play by the 'rules' but played well together. They kept an eye on their weekly stats & if they got their name in the paper it was special (the $1 each for a 1st place win was fun & it happened many times). I'm sure the 'bridge gods' are missing them or maybe the two of them have hunted down others and started their own game. I spoke to your Mom not too long ago and had a wonderful chat. Our thoughts are with you. Take care... Carolyn, David & Don Hewitt and families
Posted by Roger and Judy on
Terry, Candace, Paul, Kristy and Families. Sorry to hear of Norma's passing. We have great family memories of your mom, dad and our parents get togethers and travels. One fond memory I have is your mom telling me how happy Ken was that one of the last rings he made before retiring, was for me to give to Judy. I'm sure now the 4 of them are having a good time catching up. Our thoughts are with all of you.
Roger, Judy and Family
Posted by Craig Mckeen on
Paul,Terry and families my sincere condolences.
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