NORMA JEAN (HANCOCK) SORROW, age 84, of Tucker, Georgia, passed away on February 19, 2018. While living and working in Charleston, South Carolina, Norma met and married her husband, Pete Sorrow. While Pete was in the Navy, they traveled in Japan and moved to San Diego, California before settling in Atlanta. Norma was a member of the Red Hat Society. When Norma retired from the IRS, she liked to stay busy, so she worked as a hostess in the hospitality suite at the Atlanta Braves games. She loved to travel with her friends and visited many countries, and traveled throughout the USA. Norma has two children, Michael, deceased, and Michelle, of Toccoa, Georgia. She is survived by brother, Russell Hancock, and sister, Jackie Salmonsen, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and close friends who will dearly miss her. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 2:00 pm at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel. Condolences may be expressed at

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  1. Sorry to hear about this devastating loss I know it’s very difficult losing someone you Love so much acts 24:15 helps us to appreciate that soon there will be a ressurection and we will be reunited with our loved ones again my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

  2. I was a member of Norma’s Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church of Tucker and enjoyed sharing many of their activities with Norma. We all had a great time on our “game nights”, with food, games and companionship. She always added fun to those times. I am so sorry for your loss.

  3. Russell and family,
    Jerry and I were so sad to hear of the loss of your sister. I know she will be sorely missed.

  4. Norma and I were both members of FBC Tucker. Not only Sunday School but NTO and our famous game nights. She was a beautiful lady and friend. I look forward to spending eternity with her where we will all be made whole.

  5. I’m so sad to hear this. Norma was my carpool buddy when we worked at Turner Fireld. I’m sure going to miss her but will cherish our talks

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