We have received numerous request for the video that was shown at Dad’s funeral.  The video was the road map for the service and was paused at key times for the pastors to speak, it contains all the music and family thoughts.  Unfortunately we do not have a recording of the entire funeral service, but […]

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ALVORD, TX — James C. Norman, business consultant, died peacefully at home March 20, surrounded by his loving wife, children, and grandchildren. Jim’s cancer ended his earthly life, but he leaves a legacy of faith through his family. He was born to James T. Norman and Mable Taylor Norman, November 7, 1942 in Harleton, Texas. […]

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Here is the information for the visitation and funeral Visitation: Monday 3/23/2015 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Thompson’s Harveson & Cole Funeral Home 702 8th Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76104 Click Here for map Funeral Services: Tuesday 03/24/2015 10:00 am Compass Christian Church 2600 Hall – Johnson Rd Colleyville, TX 76034 Click Here for map […]

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It is a joyous day, early this morning, surrounded by his family, Dad was called home to be with his Father at 12:24 AM.  Dad transitioned to his home from the hospital yesterday afternoon, and waiting for him were his wife, his children, and grandchildren.  Dad was able to have a special moment with each of […]

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With the Immediate family notified I am going to fill the rest of you in on the events of this morning. Dad had a CT scan last night and the results of the scan were not good.  The cancer has spread all over Dads body and has infiltrated the lungs, lymph nodes, and his bone.  […]

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No news to report, Dad is resting well, his blood sugar issues have stabilized.  We are not sure when dad will transition back to his home in Alvord, so if you are planning a hospital visit please call before coming or check back here, I will post an update when he will be discharged.  Currently […]

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Dad had a bit of a rough day yesterday, He was having a hard time maintaining a good blood sugar level.  Dad was a low as 30 and as high as 143.  Due to the swing in his levels he slept most of yesterday, and all through the night.  This morning we were able to […]

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This will be the first post of what I am sure will be quite a few in the coming months. To get everyone up to speed here is where we are at as of today: Thursday March 12th Dad was taken via ambulance to the hospital where it was determined he had a really bad […]

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