Shone, Norma

Norma Shone

September 22, 1931 – November 18, 2017
Norma passed away at her home on Saturday November 18 with her daughter by her bedside. Norma predeceased by her husband Doug (1993). Loving mother of Debbie, Mark (Jeanne), and Cameron (Christine). Loving Nanny to Caitlin, Jenna, Jeffrey, Brandon, and Alexis.
Norma came to Canada after WW2 from Liverpool to start a new life with her husband Doug. She spent 40 years in the same home in Etobicoke raising her 3 children. She loved her job at Hi Tech Express. Once her children left home, she traveled a good part of the world with her best friend Gloria Morrison. Her retirement years were spent at Wilmont creek in Bowmanville. She flourished there. Whether it was tap dancing, acting in small theatre productions, or dancing with her group “The Blue Angels”, she had the time of her life! Norma was an avid Blue Jays fan, and spent countless hours listening to her favorites Michael Buble and Rod Stewart. She will be greatly missed by all that knew her.
We will gather to celebrate Norma’s life on December 2, 2017 between 1:00pm – 5:00pm at 966 Inverhouse Drive, Mississauga. The drop-in memorial will be held in the Reception room.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Liver Clinic through the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation. Please visit to make a donation.
3 replies
  1. Jeanne Shone.
    Jeanne Shone. says:

    I want to thank. My brother Michael for all his visits on cheering her up, for all the muffins and rice crispy squares, fresh flowers ( just beautiful) and Bayshore for all your quick service for her needs. I thank you with all my heart for your care And support and I really don’t think Debbie and I could of done it without you and to grant her wish, to make her home her final resting place before being welcomed in to Heaven.. Good Bless each and everyone you. Amazing work you all do! Live Jeanne shone and family

  2. Jeanne Shone. (Daughter in law)
    Jeanne Shone. (Daughter in law) says:

    I wanted to Thank. Dr Tiny Hung at Trillium. Excellect palliative care doctor. Droctors and nurses at Trillium they were very caring and helpful. also special thank you to Lorianne and Angelita her caring nurses who with me every day with loads of support. The PSW sorry I can’t remember all your names you so thoughtful and compassion was felt by her and us. Sheri Lynn coordinator of peal ccac. Bayshore for all their quick deliveries. Without all this support staff I really don’t know how Debbie, Jenna any myself could of granted her wish for her final resting place before heaven called her home. Again from the bottom of my heart. THANK YOU. Jeanne shone


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