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Title: Lt. Col. Norman L. Morrisette
Post by: ironputts on May 07, 2018, 12:53:43 PM

May 4, 2018

Lt. Col. Norman L. Morrisette
Group 2
Illinois Wing

MSgt. Norman L. Morrisette, 59, of Troy, Illinois, born March 5, 1959, in Monterey, California, passed away at St. Louis University Hospital on Saturday, April 14, 2018.

Norman worked as a Transportation Officer with the United States Transcom at Scott Air Force Base with 17 years of dedicated service. The United States Air Force veteran was a retired Master Sergeant with 24 years of service, proudly serving his country as a flight engineer. He was very proud of his years as a pilot and worked many years with the Civil Air Patrol and working with Wings of Hope. He was a dedicated and faithful member of Bethel Baptist Church in Troy, where he was active with the audio and visual support team. Norman will be remembered for his life of integrity and his pure and sweet spirit.

He was preceded by his father, Norman G. Morrisette; a brother, Craig Morrisette; and mother-in-law, Donna Phillips. Surviving are his beloved wife of 34 years, Sylvia E. (Phillips) Morrisette, whom he married on February 17, 1984, in Biloxi, Mississippi; mother, Alene (Judd) Morrisette of Louisville, Kentucky; two daughters and sons-in-law, Angela (Donald) Hendrix of Peculiar, Missouri, and Aimee (Aaron) Green of West Plains, Missouri; four grandchildren, Sydney Jeffers, Morgann (Michael) Diley, Logann Staggenborg and Mady Green; a great-granddaughter, Edynn Diley; a sister, Gayle Rowland of Austin, Texas; father-in-law, Oliver (June) Phillips of Independence, Missouri; two sisters-in-laws, Cynthia (Christopher) Hulett of Independence, Missouri, and Olivia (Robert) Sharpe of Eldorado, Missouri; many nieces, nephews, other extended family, co-workers and many friends.