Norma L. Larkin
Virginia Beach – Norma L. Larkin, 74, of Virginia Beach passed away Monday, March 31, 2008.
She was born in Southampton, Bermuda the daughter of the late Richard and Florrie Fox. She was raised in Bermuda and moved to the United States in 1959. She faithfully served as a Navy wife for 26 years. She raised 6 children which she was very active in their life’s, along with her grandchildren. Norma was a member of Victory Baptist Church.
She is survived by six children, Michael Baron, Stephen Regina Baron, Richard Baron, Carol Larkin Demory, David Evelyn Larkin and Andrew Jackie Larkin; brothers and sisters, David Mary Fox, Marion Lines, of Bermuda, Sally Carl Barber, Earl and Janet Fryor; grandchildren, Shannon, Daniel, David, Tiffany, Rebecca, Tristina and Rene Baron, Ryan Demory, Sarah Mark Cabral, William, Christopher, Sean and Danyelle Larkin; great grandchildren, Rose, Alex, Josh, Duncan Amanda, Haileigh, Conor, and Savannah; and by her ex-husband, Milton B. Larkin, Jr.
A funeral service will be conducted Saturday, April 5, 2008, 2 p.m. at the Faith Bible Church, 372 Nelms Lane, Virginia Beach. The family will receive friends from 7:00 to 9:00 PM Friday, April 4, 2008 at the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach. Condolences may be offered to the family at altmeyer.com. Flowers may be sent to the funeral home. Final burial will take place at St. Mark’s Church in Smiths Parish, Bermuda.
Aunt Norma we will miss your laughter and the way your eyes closed when you smiled. When you came to visit us at our house we always had a great time talking about when you were growing up in Bermuda and all the adventures you had. Looking at your pictures you were a beautiful woman. We will all miss you but know that today you are with our Lord Jesus Christ. Love from Audrey, Lenny, Karen, Carlos, Michael, Lynn, Geri, Kirk, Tammy and Jamie.
Thank you for sharing your mother with me Dave. I can not even imagine how you feel. But I can say that your mother is very beautiful and loved life. God knows best and we all must trust him. Take care of yourself and we all are thinking of you.
Norma was my second, and frankly my favorite mother. She took me in with her own children for a year. She was a wonderful mother, faithful wife and kept a beautiful, comfortable and loving home. She will stand forever as my ideal of “wife and mother”. Norma, I know you are at home in heaven with our creator. I love you. Kelly
To my beloved Aunt who I will always remember. I know you are at peace and no longer in pain. I will miss you and your laughter, but I know you are with your family who loves you as much as I do. LOVE AND PRAYERS