In Loving Memory
Norma Constance Bryer


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A Funeral Service
for Norma will be held at
David W Bull Cranbourne Funeral Home,
6 Brunt Street, Cranbourne on
Wednesday 15th June 2022
commencing at 1:30 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.

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  1. Fond memories of dear Norma,
    Heart of gold and a beautiful smile.
    My deepest sympathy & condolences to her family.
    Rest in peace my friend,
    Bree xo

  2. Rest In Peace darling Norma .
    Your presence we miss,
    your memory we treasure.
    Loving you always, forgetting you never.

    Sending our heartfelt condolences to Ian, Judith and the whole family.

    Ephie & Terri
  3. My dearest Norma , will miss your cheeky humour your smile your laugh and your generosity, loved the times we had together watching our shows and even miss your growling at me to sit down if I was washing dishes lol. You will always be with me your loving friend Linda xox

    Linda Houben
  4. Norma, I was blessed to know you if only for a short time while we were neighbours. I told you that you were the best thing to happen to me while we were in Victoria and you didn’t believe me but it was so so true. I loved your sense of humour and your heart of gold.
    I’m so glad you got to meet our Alfie – he uses your knitted blanket all the time and it makes me think of you every time.
    I miss you.
    With love,
    Sammy, Wade and Alfie x

    Sammy Payne
  5. Norma, my heart is broken that I won’t see u again but feel so very blessed to have had you in my life over the years boy am I going to miss our chats , laughter and you calling me bimbo lol love you for ever your friend Joanna.
    Love jo & George xx

    Joanna xx
  6. A beautiful service for a wonderful lady. She gave the gift of love. Thank you to all her loving friends for looking after her in her final years.
    My sincere condolences to Ian and his family.
    Rest in peace Aunty Norma.
    All my love. Patsy.

  7. Norma
    A lovely lady with a great sense of humour and was also a good friend. I missed doing your shopping,
    odd jobs and our chats on Thursday mornings before I moved to Sydney.
    You will be sadly missed but not forgotten deepest sympathy to your family.
    Trevor and Pat.