May 20, 1935 – September 7, 2020

  Norma D. McNeil, a resident of Colorado Springs since 1963, passed away on Monday, September 7, 2020.  She was an accomplished seamstress.

   Norma was born on May 20, 1935 to Ross R. Robinson and Lola Mae (Bozard) Robinson in Industry, Illinois.  She married Wilbur L. McNeil on November 21, 1953 in Illinois.

   She was a devoted military wife, and mother. She loved staying in touch and spending time with family.  She also enjoyed needlecraft and using her computer. 

   She is survived by her children: Kenneth D. McNeil, Debra L. Clark, Lora D. Strang, and Kelly R. McNeil; her brother, Bill Robinson; her partner for 17 years, Maurice B. Lampl, II; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-grandchild.  She was preceded in death by her late husband, Wilbur L. McNeil; her son, Kevin L. McNeil; and two grandsons: James McNeil and Jeremy McNeil.

   A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, September 21, 2020 at Shrine of Remembrance “America the Beautiful” Chapel, 1730 E. Fountain Blvd.  Inurnment will then take place at Shrine of Remembrance “America the Beautiful” Rose Gardens.  A reception picnic will follow at Palmer Park.  Please bring chairs and your favorite food to share.  We will blow bubbles at the picnic in Norma’s honor.

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  1. I love you forever Mommy, my best friend. No other words can express my feelings other than I love and miss you deeply

    1. Dear beautiful Debbie… My heart is with you and your family during this time of remembrance… Love you 💕🌻🤗

  2. I will forever love you Mom.

  3. I am so grateful for the love, life and times we’ve had the past 17 years and have been so honored to be her loving partner and caregiver in her past months as her health declined. I am going to continue to love and miss her dearly.

  4. My every thought and prayer is with all of you during this sad time. Let the tears flow down those are the price of love. As the days ahead become dark remember the best of times the laughter and love.. this is what sustains all of us even now (3) years later we all miss Mom so much .. you will always have an emptiness
    Please do not let this tear you all apart … Aunt Norma and Uncle Web would not want that !
    All my love ♥️-Shelly

  5. My double Aunt, you will be missed dearly. Thank you for your love. May you have the best family reunion with our family members who have already passed. I can just imagine the open arms and all the music playing welcoming you home. Give Mom, Dad, Uncle Webb, Grandma (s) and Grandpa(s) a hug. Until we meet again….love and miss you!

  6. Mauri, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending my condolences to you and your family.

  7. My deepest condolences to you and your family. You will always have those precious memories. Hugs and love to a friend. Such a beautiful lady and kind.

  8. My sincerest condolences. Much love and respect.

  9. How blessed I am, to have been a part of this extremely kind and talented woman Norma’s life since my teen years. Norma always welcomed me into her family and her home. I have fond memories of the loving relationship Norma maintained with her husband. They were a terrific couple who never stopped adoring one another. Together they had five children. I was closest to Deb, a year older, and Kevin, a year younger. I will always treasure the memories of the many family gatherings Norma welcomed me to be a part of. I am delighted Norma found love again after losing her husband. Rest In Peace, dear Norma. You are loved by many, and will always be missed by all who were blessed to know you.

  10. Thank you for the honor of remebering you and your family. I know you loved your Mom and were close. Your Mom will always be a thought away. Her love is always sealed in your heart. The Lord will comfort you with His Grace. He will provide you with strength, warmth, and knowledge that your Mom is in heaven with Him. All our love Debbie. Annie and Kelly

  11. My heart go to the family,I ‘ve known your family for a long time and your mom was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met! Its nice to no she with our maker, we all should be so lucky

  12. May you find peace in the joy that Norma expressed during her lifetime here on earth. Our prayers for comfort to all of Norma’s family and friends.
    Our Love, Rusty and Mary Lou

  13. Norma, You were a woman with the biggest heart and boundless love for people. You opened your heart to me and made me feel like part of the family from the first moment on. I will always treasure your memory. God bless you and may you rest in peace.

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