Sandra Norris

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Sandra Norris, 72, of Marrowbone, Kentucky, passed away on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at her home. She was born on January 12, 1943 in Hart County, Kentucky to the late Damon and Edna Francis Forbis Thompson. She was a former employee of Suttons Apparel and Alpine Resort. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one son, Stephen Rondel Scott, two brothers, Rolland David Thompson and Ronnie Thompson, and one sister, Suzetta Judd.

Survivors include her husband, Roy Clifton Norris of Marrowbone, one daughter, Anderia Decker of Park City, two step children, Sandy (and Roger) McKinney of Breeding and Sherry Spoon of Columbia, 10 sisters, Cherryl (and Roger) Goodman of Munfordville, Beverly Upton of Elizabethtown, Betty Jean (and Leon) Jaggers of Horse Cave, Angie (and Jim) Passmore of Kissimmee, Florida, Yvonnda (and Mike) Witherspoon of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Hope (and Jimmy) Carey of Cave City, Mitzi (and Dale) Judd of Horse Cave, Cynthia (and Joey) Chaney of Horse Cave, Tara (and Jim) White of Bardstown, and Stephanie (and Tom) Mahoney of Cave City, two brothers, Sammy (and Marilyn) Thompson of Pierce and Terry (and Regina) Thompson of Cave City, sister-in-law, Frances Thompson of Cave City, special friend, Robin Lassy, four grandchildren, Ashley Decker, Matthew Decker, Travis Decker and Alex Scott, four step grandchildren, Cara Gibson, Casey McKinney, Katie Spoon and Jake Spoon, four great grandchildren, two step great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held Friday, March 13, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home with Bro. Roger McKinney and Jeff Thompson officiating. Music and singing by Anna Mercer, Amy Harlow and Bethany Graves. Burial was in the Marrowbone Cemetery. Pallbearers were Matthew Decker, Travis Decker, Doc Young, Jeff Thompson, Casey McKinney and Michael Ballard.

Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home in charge of funeral arrangements. Online condolences at www.balloustotts.com

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