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Norma Rombough
July 17, 1943 - August 2, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">ROMBOUGH, NORMA (nee TINSLEY) <br>July 17, 1943 – August 2, 2016 <br> <br>It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Norma at her home in High River where she lived with her husband for the past 17 years. <br>Norma will be greatly missed by her husband DeLace; her daughter Charlane Rombough (McDougall), her son-in-law Scott McDougall and her granddaughter Larissa McDougall. Her relatives Dora Marose, Marg (Scotter), Evertt Tinsley (Marion), Ray Tinsley (Audrey), Ron Tinsley (Vi), Marvin Marose, Darrel Marose and their extended family. Norma is also survived by several other relatives and many very close friends. <br>Norma was predeceased by her son Craig Bradley in 1998, and recently by other close relatives Milon Rombough, Doug Marose (Dora), Bonnie Marose (Darrel), Kim Marose (Marvin) and Elva Bashor (Rombough). <br>Norma was born in Lethbridge, raised in the Taber area until she married DeLace on August 5, 1964. They moved to Lethbridge and then later to Calgary in 1975 with their two children. <br>Norma enjoyed a career working with several national banks, including CIBC in both Calgary and High River. Throughout her career she met many close friends that remain to this day. Upon her retirement from CIBC in 2000, Norma and DeLace spent every winter in their home at Golden Vista RV Resort in Apache Junction, Arizona. <br>Norma was dedicated to her family and made sure she was always available to support her husband, children, son-in-law and grand-daughter in school, work, and all of their endeavors. <br>Among Norma’s many volunteer work and hobbies were Girl Scout leader, avid golfer, camping, paper tole and painting pictures along with fund raising for charities. Her latest passion was being a loving Grammie to her granddaughter Larissa. <br>A Funeral Service will be held at Eden Brook Funeral Home (17th Avenue and Lower Springbank Rd SW, Calgary) on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at 1:00PM. Condolences may be forwarded to the family by visiting Donations may be made to either the Arthritis Society ( or the Psoriasis Foundation ( <br></div>