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Name:  " Norma Nauth "
D.O.B:  8/23/1960
D.O.D  07/24/2022
Country From:  Guyana
State / Parish:  NULL
District  Georgetown
Place of Death  Queens County
Service Date
07/29/2022 @ 4:00pm


Viewing for Norma Nauth will be held on Friday July 29th,2022 from 11am-12noon followed by funeral service at 12noon at the Presbyterian Church of St Albans located at 190-04 119th Ave, St Albans, NY. On Saturday, July 30th we will meet at 9am at David Williams Funeral Service 108-20 Sutphin Blvd Jamaica NY for brief prayer service before burial at Springfield Cemetery.

Special Info  Norma Edwina Nauth, 61 years old, passed away on July 24th, 2022. Norma was born on August 23rd, 1960 to Lois Edwina Pieters and the late Norman Ulric Pieters in Georgetown, Guyana. She attended St. James-the-Less Anglican School as a young girl. From there, she went to King’s Commercial School. This catapulted her into the numerous jobs she would have during her time in Guyana. The first being at the Ministry of Health as an Administrative Assistant. Then she was seconded to PAHO/WHO and then in 1981 she started working at the Bank of Baroda, where she would make lifelong friends and became the unofficial event coordinator for many of the company’s outings and gatherings. Finally, she landed at Sanmogan Shipping Company, where unbeknownst to her, she would build relationships that would go beyond herself. On August 25th, 1990, Norma got married and from the marriage came two beautiful, bouncing, baby boys. She poured every essence of her being into raising, caring and loving her sons; rearing them to become the gentlemen they are today. Raising children is never easy, but with her grace, she did that and more as a single mother. In 2002, she and her family immigrated to the United States, seeking betterment of life and opportunity. Being an active and devoted member of Christ Church while living in Guyana, it was only fitting that she raised her children in the same fashion. The entire family is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of St. Albans. In addition to her typing prowess, she had personal interests that ran the creative gamut. Norma had a lifelong passion for cooking and crafts. Her dishes would fill the belly and nourish the soul, while many of her craft projects had visitors asking, “Is this from Home Goods?”. We can never forget the joy and excitement she received when someone complimented her work, be it in the kitchen or on the living room wall. Norma is survived by her two sons, Mikhail and Dmitri; her mom, Lois Pieters; her brother, Godfrey; her two sisters, Myrna and Althea; and by cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and her two loving godsons. She is preceded in death by her father and three aunts.


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