Norma Mae Beckley

norma beckley

February 5, 2021

Resided in: Atlanta, GA

Norma Mae Beckley of Atlanta, Ga died Friday, February 5, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband and life long friend Al Beckley. Norma is survived by her daughter Peggy Beckley of Atlanta, GA; son and daughter-in-law Mark and Kathy Beckley of Polson, MT; son and daughter-in-law Jeff Beckley and Scarlett Scholte of Huntsville, AL; granddaughters Shannon Hobbs-Beckley and spouse Shauna Hobbs-Beckley of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Meredith Turner of Seattle, WA; great granddaughter Kelsie Eagon of Snohomish, WA, and great grandsons Colton Turner and Keenan (Flash) Turner of Seattle, WA, and Jackson Hobbs of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Norma was a great woman, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend who loved socializing, bridge, dancing, and the Braves when they were not playing the Cubs. As with her husband Al, those who were lucky enough to know her were lucky enough. If so desired, the family requests donations be made in Norma’s name to Crossroads Hospice via their website

Norma passed peacefully at 3:00AM EST on Friday, February 5, 2021. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, Feb 13 at 3:30PM Atlanta time. Please contact family members for information.

Thanks to everyone for your support.

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  1. Leslie Lait (Witteried) says:

    I have wonderful memories of Mrs Beckley. She was a close friend of my parents many years ago. When I was in college in San Diego she and Mr Beckley were living in San Marcos. They welcomed me to their house on multiple occasions for a quiet respite from dorm life with a home cooked meal and night of peaceful sleep. I will always be grateful for their kindness and remember them fondly. Mrs Beckley had the warmest smile that always made you feel welcome and comfortable. My deepest sympathies to her family.

    • Jeff Beckley says:

      Hi Leslie! This is Jeff Beckley, Scarlett Scholte’s husband. Thank you for posting your guest entry. We appreciate it. My parents were indeed good friends with your parents and they carried that friendship on after Kwaj.

      Scarlett and I are both retired, living in Huntsville, Alabama. Scarlett remembers you were a cool kid and says “Yokwe”.

  2. Brandt Schmersahl says:

    I knew Mrs Beckley when I was a teenager on Kwaj as I became friends and played sports with her son Jeff. She was so welcoming each and every time I would go over and always enjoyed seeing Jeff and I play Strat o Matic Baseball at the house. Got to see her in Hawaii at a Kwaj Reunion and she was the same.. welcoming, kind, with a welcoming smile. She will be missed indeed. RIP Mrs Beckley. Toto

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