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Floyd “Norm” Norman Stephens Jr.

cremation services in Phoenix, AZ

Floyd “Norm” Norman Stephens Jr., age 77, of Goodyear, Arizona passed away on December 25, 2020 in Goodyear, Arizona. He was born March 21, 1943 to Floyd Norman Stephens Sr. and Cloetil Adams in Frederick, Oklahoma.

Services are private at this time.

7 Comments on “Floyd “Norm” Norman Stephens Jr.

  1. Norm was my supervisor, at United Cable TV in Englewood, Colorado, I worked with him and staff in the tax department from 5/1980 till 1985. Found out it was a small world as Norm was from Lubbock, TX and my dad was too, and cousin of my dad’s was in Norm and Rita’s wedding. No one could of asked for a better teacher, I was a young kid from a small town in Missouri, going to make it big in the big city. Norm took me under his wing, made sure I learned the ropes. We have kept in touch over the years and was able to talk with him a couple of years ago. Norm was an amazing person, and will always have a spot in my heart. Rita, Lauren and Ryan, my heart goes out to you at this time. May god watch over you and Norm’s family. Lorrie (Dewey) Freeman

  2. Rita,
    I was so sad to hear about Norm’s untimely passing. Please accept my condolences. I will always remember the good times we had at Carroll Thompson and LHS.
    Be well,
    George

  3. Norman Stephens was a fine young lad and he grew into exceptionally fine manhood. Norm loved his life, especially his wife Rita and their children. I can still picture Norm playing Hacky Sack with George Turner, Steve Magee, Mike Malley, Jim Collier and company on the Thompson Junior High lawn each day after lunch. I can also picture him sitting beside me at our table in Evelyn Jones Pope’s 8th grade science classroom, hands folded and eyes closed during our daily classroom devotional and silent prayer. I don’t know what Norm was praying about. I was silently praying that he would be my boyfriend. I am praying today that Norm is restored and resting in eternal peace after so many difficult years of physical hardship. Rita, thank you for the years of devotion and care you gave to our beloved friend. You will have ever so many stars in your crown. My thoughts and love are with you. Nancy Henry Phillips

  4. Norm was a classy gentleman and we will miss him. My heart goes out to Rita.

  5. Norm was a great mentor and good friend. I first met Norm when I was at a CPA firm in 1981 and was assigned to the United Cable tax return. At that time the United tax department just had three staff, including Lorrie, with Norm as the VP. A few years later Norm offered me a position in the department, which I quickly accepted. The department went through major changes over the years as cable TV expanded and then the company merged with United Artists. After the merger the tax department expanded to about 20 personnel and the company did business in every state and internationally. Norm kept everything and everyone going thru all the turmoil within the company. After Norm retired we remained good friends with trips to Santa Fe with Norm and Rita, and a visit to Goodyear. He is greatly missed by all who have known him.

  6. So Sorry to hear this Sad news. I had the pleasure of working for Norm and his team at United Cable and United Artists. Norm was the best and I truly enjoyed going to work everyday while working for him. We had a great team. He will be missed. Rita, Ryan, and Lauren my thoughts and prayers go out to you.

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