Deceased Information

  • DECEASED

    Mary Lou Norvell

    Yetta bat Bertha

  • AGE

    90

  • DATE OF DEATH

    Monday, December 25, 2017 (Before Sunset)

  • DATE OF FUNERAL

    Wednesday, December 27, 2017

  • TIME OF FUNERAL

    12:00 PM

  • PLACE OF FUNERAL

    Graveside

  • PLACE OF BURIAL

    Anshei Sphard Cemetery

  • DONATIONS

  • OBITUARY

    Marylou Baruchman Norvell, 90, died on Dec. 25 at the Brookdale Assisted Living Home in Woodstock, Georgia. Marylou was born Oct. 20, 1927, in Memphis, Tennessee to Fred B. Holt and Bertha Friedman Holt. She graduated from Memphis Technical School. Family members describe Marylou as a creative, faithful and sentimental person. She had a warm sense of humor and was proud of her Memphis roots. Marylou was married for 27 years to Victor H. Baruchman, with whom she raised three children, before his death. She was a longtime member of the Jewish women's group Hadassah and the Anshei Sphard Beth El Emeth Congregation. Her favorite pastimes were card games and Mahjong, and she loved finding a clever way to win. Her other passion was art — painting, making copper enamel jewelry and beading — and music, specifically Elvis Presley. Marylou was predeceased by her husband Victor Hugo Baruchman, brother George Holt and daughter Dale Baruchman. She is survived by her son Fred Baruchman and his wife Julie, her daughter Brenda Hunt and her husband Philip, six grandchildren and her neice and nephews. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a memorial donation to the Anshei Sphard Beth El Emeth Congregation in Memphis. Funeral services will be held Dec. 27 at noon at Anshei Sphard Cemetery in Memphis. Dressler’s Jewish Funeral Care in Atlanta and Canale Funeral Directors in Memphis are handling the arrangements.

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