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Barbara Kay (Palmer) Norrod
August 1, 1953 ~ March 26, 2023 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Barbara Kay Norrod (Palmer) passed away peacefully on March 26, 2023 at Wings Home in Allegan, Michigan. Born August 1, 1953, in Benton Harbor, Michigan, she was the daughter of the late Harley and Helen (Brady) Palmer. While growing up in Augusta, Michigan, Barb attended and graduated from Gull Lake High School, Class of 1971. Shortly after high school, she met and married the love of her life, Terry Norrod, and was blessed to be his wife for 47 years. Barb was all about family and would always make time to get together for reunions, family outings, and especially for some holidays. These times brought such joy to her life. Another thing she was known for was couponing – she was a fast and true couponer, enjoying the satisfaction of knowing she saved money or got a great deal! Collecting state quarters was also a fascination of Barb’s, acquiring all 50 state quarters! Above all, her family was her biggest treasure and she cherished all the wonderful times spent together. The beautiful memories created will now carry them forward, always keeping her in their hearts.
Barb is survived by her husband, Terry; two sons, Mike (Christine) Norrod and Brian (Joanna) Norrod; six grandchildren, Emily, Khloe, Morgan, Andrew, Drew, and Blake; and three siblings, Vicki (Rick) Parsons, Doug (Carol) Palmer, and Ruth (Jerry) Faltisko.
The family wishes to thank Wings Home for the wonderful care during Barb’s illness.