Norma (Harmon ) Mitchum

Born: Wed., Dec. 23, 1931
Died: Fri., Sep. 25, 2020

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Sun., Sep. 27, 2020
Location: Palmetto Church of Christ

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A service to celebrate the life of Norma Harmon Rutherford Mitchum, 88, of West Columbia will be held at 2:00 pm Sunday September 27, 2020 at Palmetto Church of Christ, 7000 Nursery Road, Columbia SC 29212. Entombment will be private for family only at Woodridge Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the church, St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital and the Cassidy Fae Pendley Memorial scholarship at the School of Engineering of the University of South Carolina. 

Mrs. Mitchum passed away on Friday September 25, 2020 at her home surrounded by her loving family.  Mrs. Mitchum loved supporting her Brookland-Cayce High School Bearcats and the Carolina Gamecocks and was a avid gardener and bird watching enthusiast. She was a member of Palmetto Church of Christ.

Mrs. Mitchum is survived by her loving daughter, Susan (Howard) Pendley; brother, Leo Keller Harmon; nieces and nephew, Ginger (Phil) Price, Nanette (Boyd) Wooton, John (Terri) Reeley, Michelle (Todd) Cullum, Rhonda (William) Fordham, Renee Cobb and Tom (Maryann) Cobb; numerous great nieces and nephews

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Debbie and Sallie
   Posted Sat September 26, 2020
We are both so sad to hear of Norma’s passing She was a very dear customer of ours (Sallie at Grecian Gardens, Debbie at Lizards Thicket Irmo). She was also our friend. The sweetest woman ever, an inspiration like no other,, someone who will forever be with us. RIP Norma. We will miss you.

Nancy Moody
   Posted Sun September 27, 2020
Dear Susan and all that fun family. I’m saddened to see Norma’s picture this morning. It has been years since I have seen you all but have such fond memories of all the fun we had on Linnet. Sending you love and prayers. Nancy

Lewis Amick, KB & Susan (Amick) Boland
   Posted Sun September 27, 2020
We are so sorry to learn of Norma's passing. What a good friend she was. Our sympathies go out to the family. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

Al & Nancy Sellers
   Posted Sun September 27, 2020
So sorry to hear of Norma's passing. Our condolences to her family. We have so many memories of things we did with and times we saw Norma and Mitch. Life just carries us in many different paths so we have not seen her lately. RIP Norma ... you are forever in our hearts.

Betty J Moreland/Harry Swindler
   Posted Sun September 27, 2020
Very sad to hear of Norma's passing. I met Norma around 2012 when I was introduced to her by Mitch's friend, Harry Swindler. We met at Villa's over Nachos and margaritas.
We enjoyed many fun times with her and Mitch at The Lourie Center dancing to the oldies by the Heart and Soul band. Norma always brought Chicken strips from Hardees or home made ham sandwiches. We also enjoyed dinners at restaurants, barbecuing at
the SCE&G park and visiting their lake house.
She will be missed. Rest in Peace dear friend.

Jim and Rae Anne Hamp
   Posted Sun September 27, 2020
What a strong and inspirational lady! Norma always viewed life optimistically, but never more than when she received a dire medical diagnosis. She continued living every day to the fullest - talk about the power of positive thinking!!! The best years of our uncle Odell's life were those spent with her and the rest of our family was privileged to come along for the ride. We have so many wonderful memories of times we shared!!! She leaves behind a huge void for all of us blessed to have known her.

With deep and sincere sympathy,
Jim and Rae Anne Hamp

Martha Blanks & Deborah Kelly
   Posted Fri October 02, 2020
Keller, I was so saddened to read Norma's passing in The State Paper. She fought a good fight. She & Mitch were such long time good friends to me & Archie. We always loved being with them at the SCE&G retiree events & Deborah enjoyed getting to know them these last few years. We are praying for your family. Martha & Deborah

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