Norma Irene Ashlock, 76, passed away Monday, May 7, 2018 at her home in Raytown, MO. She was born March 2, 1942 in Kansas City, KS to Homer Richard and Iva Lea (Lewin) Lawson. She graduated from Argentine High School in 1960. Norma worked for Honeywell FM&T for 33 years. She enjoyed going to Kansas City Chiefs games and was a season ticket holder for many years where she loved to tailgate with family and friends. Recently, she could be found many weekends attending BBQ contests supporting her daughter and son-in-law. But her favorite activity was attending all of her grandchildren’s sporting events and music performances. She was very generous and loving and will be missed by all who knew her. Norma was preceded in death by her father, Homer Richard Lawson and her mother and step-father Earl Henry and Iva Lea Forquer. She is survived by her daughter, Sandi Foster and her husband Jon Foster of Lee’s Summit, MO. She is also survived by five grandchilden, Abby, Natalie and Ben Rolen and Sara and Sydnie Foster all of Lee’s Summit, MO. Also surviving are two sisters, Lucille Lambert and her husband Gene Lambert of Wellsville, KS and Janet Hedenskog of Smithville, MO. Visitation will start at 12:00pm, Friday, May 11th followed by a funeral service at 1:00pm at Langsford Funeral Home in Lee’s Summit, MO. Burial procession to Maple Hill Cemetery in Kansas City, KS will take place following the funeral.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
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Sandi & Family, I’ve known Norma for her entire career and can share that she was always the most generous, friendly and reliable co-worker anyone could ever have. A great friend as well. Over the course of three decades you learn a lot about those you work with. I can vouch that the favorite part of Norma’s day was leaving work and going home to an event or game that her grand kids were involved. Not a bad set of priorities. We’ll all miss her.
My deepest sympathies to you, Sandi, and all the rest of the family. There are no words I could say that will make your grief any easier. I wish there was. She will be missed. I know how much she was loved by her mother and stepfather, my dad. I didn’t get to see her that often living out of state but I felt like I knew her much more by listening to them talk about her. You remain in our hearts and prayers. May God bring you comfort and strength.
To the family of Norma Ashlock: We express our sincere and deepest sympathies. We will miss Norma at work and leave you with a host of prayers and well wishes. God Bless.
Sending my deep condolences to Norma’s family. She was kind and sweet.
Worked with Norma over the last 20 years. She was a very nice and caring lady with a great sense of humor and I will miss her presence. My condolences to her family. She did love her family. God bless.
Sandi and family, I am so very, very sorry to hear of your loss. I only met her a couple of times but she seemed to be a peaceful soul. I know she was a big part of your life. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Bill & Lisa
I am sorry to hear of Norma’s passing. I really enjoyed talking to her at work. She was a great person and extremely proud of her family. I wish I would have seen this earlier to have been to the funeral. My prayers are with the family.
So sorry for your loss. Irene was a great person and will be missed.
To the family of Norma Ashlock. I had missed seeing Norma around work, and then heard from a past co-worker and friend Deana, that Norma had passed away. I have been around Honeywell for 30+ years myself and I remember in my younger years finding Norma friendly and helpful. We always greeted one another as we passed in the hallways. I will so miss seeing her smiling face. My prayers are with her family as it is never easy to lose a Mom/Grandma/Sister. God Bless!