Norma Jean Walton

Services were held for Mrs. Norma Jean Walton on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 1 p.m. at Fairfield Central High School Auditorium.

Norma Jean Walton entered into this world on March 28, 1950, and she was the oldest child of the late Isado Sr. and Thomasina Brown. She entered into eternal rest and went on home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, April 1, 2013 at Palmetto Baptist Hospital.

She was baptized at an early age at Zion Hopewell Baptist where she served faithfully until her passing. Norma Jean attended the public schools of Fairfield County where she graduated from McCrorey Liston High School in 1968. She was employed by the Fairfield County School District as a security officer at Fairfield Central High.

Norma Jean leaves to cherish her beautiful memories: her husband, Thomas, of the home; her daughter Kimbili (Enrique) whom she loved dearly; her mother, Thomasina Brown of Blair; her grandson, Christopher Jailen, whom she raised from a 2-year old and was the absolute joy of her life; her great nephew, Carlton “Buck” (Brittany) whom along with her mother, she raised from an infant; Marion Summers, who is like a son; stepchildren, Thomas IV Belton, Penny and Patty, along with their children; three brothers, Isado Jr. of Winnsboro, S.C. James of Blair, S.C. and Kenneth of Irmo, S.C.; Carrie Camack of Blair and Nancy Davis of Columbia, S.C., along with their children and grandchildren; Sylvia Harrison, her friend and daughter; Terri Crumblin and Celess White, co-workers and friends; two sisters in law, Yvonne Coleman, Union, S.C. and Lynn Walton, Columbia S.C.; two brothers in law; Gary Walton of Union, S.C. and Larry Walton of Columbia, S.C.; she also leaves a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, whom all love and miss her dearly.

Palmetto Funeral Service of the Midlands, LLC. was in charge.

Acknowledgement

We, the family of the late Mrs. Norma Jean Walton, would like to express our sincerest thanks and heartfelt appreciation for the many phone calls, text messages, emails, prayers, floral tributes, food, cards and many other expressions of love and kindness that you have shown us during our period of bereavement. Words can never express all of what we would like to say. We love each and every one of you and please continue to keep us in your prayers as we go through the storm.

–The Family