Fallen Warriors

Susan Wills (Norman) - Class Of 1968


Susan Wills Norman, 71, died Sunday, March 6, 2022. Born in Pennsylvania, she had been a resident of the Hampton Roads area for the last 61 years. Sue was a member of the Fox Hill Central United Methodist Church and lived in Fox Hill for many years before moving to Carrollton. She retired from the Newport News Shipyard in 2016 after 34 years of service.


An avid reader and movie lover, Sue loved spending time at her spacious and creative property. She was a wonderful, giving person and made hand-crafted cards for others to celebrate special occasions. She truly loved her neighbors and would regularly dog sit during the day, sending the owner pictures of her beloved pet. Sue’s generosity and giving continued even in her death by being an organ donor. 


Preceded in death by her parents, Wayne G. And Joan Mae Wills; she is survived by her husband of 42 years, Johnny Norman; two brothers, Steve Wills (Bev), and Bobby Wills (Connie); niece Angela Williams (Ronnie); great-niece, Brynlee Williams; two great-nephews, Dylan Wade and Zane Williams; and many other loving family members.


The family will receive friends from 5:00-7:00pm Friday, March 18, 2022 at Berceuse Funeral and Cremation Traditions.


Memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, 375 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill, NJ 0834 (www.mymsaa.org) or to a favorite charity. 


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03/10/22 07:41 PM #1    

Bonnie Bridger (Mittelmaier) (1969)

This news of the passing of this dear girl, Susie Wills Norman weighs so heavy on my heart.  Susie or Sue, was a very lovely person, with a beautiful heart and soul.  Her passing was indeed a terrible and sorrowful shock.  So very difficult for her friends and even more so for Johnny her husband and her family and friends.  May she rest in eternal peace and may a choir of angels sing her to her rest in the arms of Heaven.  Farewell for a while dear lady.

Bonnie Bridger Mittelmaier '69

03/11/22 09:31 AM #2    

Patricia Lewis (Johnson) (1968)

Oh, the fun we had!  God bless you, Johnny.  Rest In Peace, dear friend.

03/14/22 09:05 AM #3    

Sandie McPherson (1968)

It's sad to any of us when we see that one of our classemates have left this world, but there are those we hung out with most often during high school and Sue Wills, Barbara Kelly and I did a lot of that together back then. Mary Alyce Yarborough, too.  Now Sue is with Barbara Kelly in a place we all hope to be when this is over and I know they have much to talk about. I miss my friends.  I pray God's comfort to Sue's entire family. 

03/15/22 01:49 PM #4    

Shirley Ward (Webster) (1968)

So sorry Johnny for your loss of Your Love.
Memories of us hanging out together back in the day.Sue was always kind and had a smile.
wish I could be there Friday to give you a hug Johnny but you and the family are in my prayers.

God Bless



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