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Her family moved during World War II to Seattle, WA, where her brothers worked in the shipyards and she worked in a shoe store.Norma's family moved back to Lewiston at the end of the war, and it was during this time she met and married her first husband, Karl Taylor. They divorced, and Norma married Lloyd Fauver in December of 1949 in Lewiston.Some of her grandchildren nicknamed her "Grandma Cookie." In later life, she loved to read, especially Danielle Steele books.At 90 years old she learned how to operate a Kindle Paperwhite, which was a lot easier for her to hold.She loved baking for her large family and her children's friends.She is still remembered by a few of these friends for her cookies.Also preceding her was her husband, Lloyd; daughter, Jean; and sons, David and Jeff.
He never lost his love of being out-of-doors where he could be found getting wood, mushroom hunting and panning for gold with his good friends and his companion Ellen.After retiring, Bob and Fern moved to Lewiston to enjoy what would end up being a very long retirement.Bob enjoyed camping, traveling down south with friends for the winter along with spending time up in Spokane, WA, with his son, Bill, and daughter-in-law Teresa.During the past year, Norma was a resident of Living Spring Residential Care, Lewiston. Thanks to Pat Fowler and her family and staff who always treated Norma with love, dignity and respect. Joseph Regional Medical Center, who helped make her final days peaceful.After graduating from high school, Bob went to work for the U. Army Corps of Engineers in 1945, making lifelong friends along the way.
In 1952, Bob married the love of his life, Fern Buchholz, and they had two sons, Richard and William.