Norma Ann Eames
August 11, 1924 - October 31, 2017
Menan, Idaho

Dear Cheryl, Mary Lee, Mark, and John,
I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was a wonderful neighbor and friend. My parents loved and respected her and your dad immensely. She was always kind and so generous with her time and talents. I hope you find peace in knowing God's love for her, and also for you at this tender time.

Posted by: Scott Fullmer - Idaho Falls, ID
Nov 11, 2017

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this time of deep sorrow.

Posted by: John
Nov 07, 2017

Dear Eames family,
We are sorry to learn of Norma's passing. She was such a good friend of mother's. I heard her name many times over the years as the ESA sorority sisters joined together for fund raising. Rick and I hope the sweet memories of your mom will comfort you during this difficult time.

Michelle (Allgood) and Rick Barber

Posted by: Michelle Barber - Rigby, ID
Nov 07, 2017

One of the kindest people in the world. She was always serving and offering help to others. I fondly remember riding my bike around Rigby Lake with her raising money the St. Judes. She will be missed.

Posted by: Mike & Luci Willits - Boise, ID
Nov 06, 2017

Norma Eames has been a very important part of the community of Menan as well as surrounding areas. She was highly thought of as a teacher and her work in the library was so important to our students as well as adults in the area. She was an important part of our lives in this community. Thank you Norma for being an elect lady.

Posted by: Richard & Myrna Ball - Menan, ID
Nov 06, 2017

Many fond memories of Norma. Volunteered with her at Bikeathons for St. Judes. She was a special lady.
Annette Brown

Posted by: A friend
Nov 06, 2017


So sorry to hear about Mrs. Eames passing. She was my 6th grade Teacher at Midway Elementary. Her passion for reading is instilled in me.
Two of my classmates Becky, Michelle, (parents owned Menan Store) and I, took candy to school to sell to classmates. Somehow my Mother found out. Forgetting at a young age, my Grandmother Glenda Allgood, was Mrs. Eames Beautician, Sorority Sister,volunteer board member of March of Dimes, Easter Seals and close friend. Mrs. Eames awarded me my ten speed bicycle I won for most pledges for March of Dimes Bikeathon. Very exciting for me. Mrs. Eames was thrilled as well. Very fond memories. Thoughts and prayers for family and friends.

Posted by: Sydney Skaar Cables - Camas, WA
Nov 03, 2017