Norma Jean Drayer-Silva

Norma Jean Drayer-Silva

May 1934 ~ November 2020

Norma was born in Sacramento to Jack and Cecelia Hanson.  She lived in Virginia City, Nevada as a child before moving at age six to Stockton and finally settling in 1992 in Ceres, California.  She worked for Pacific Bell in Stockton for 24 years.  Norma was a member of Pioneers of America, The Circle #16 in Selma, VFW Women’s Auxiliary Post 3199, and was a past First Lady of St. Anthony in Pismo Beach.

She was a loving mother and grandmother.  Norma had a heart of gold and loved everyone as her own.  She loved to make people laugh when they were down.  She will be missed and carries a special place in all our hearts.

Due to current restrictions, a small graveside service will be held at San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery on Monday, November 23, 2020 at 9:00a.m.

Please share your memories at www.AllenMortuary.com.

1 Comment

  • Barbara Autotte December 15, 2020 4:55 am

    I recently moved back to this area and had been searching to find my first cousin, Norma. I found out she died just now by putting her name in at google. I feel so sad…she was such a good person. She treated me so well. She gave me the nickname Bobby, and no one else called me that but her. I moved away 34 years ago and we lost touch. I felt loved by her as I grew up in this family of ours. She singled me out for attention and I felt special. She is in Heaven now with all those people she loved so much…so I will see her again one day.

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