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Deseret Morning News, 05/06/09
Annabella, Utah - Our loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and cousin, Norman Kay
Thornock, 54, passed away April 29, 2009 peacefully at home in Annabella after a valiant
battle with cancer. He was born January 21, 1955 in Montpelier, Idaho to LaMar Issac and
Rose Urinda Bransen Thornock. He grew up in Sage, Wyoming and was the eighth out of 10
children. He graduated from Cokeville High School in 1973. He had a long career with
General Chemical where he was proud of the various jobs he performed for them over the
past 35 years associated with the mining of Soda Ash. He enjoyed spending time hunting,
golfing, riding his Honda Goldwing and anything to do with his family and friends. Norman
married Helen Smith in August of 2004. He and Helen split their time between Wyoming where
Norman worked and Utah where Helen worked. His survivors include his wife Helen of
Annabella; son, William Ross (Lindsey) Thornock of Riverton, WY; daughter, Kindra K.
Thornock of Meridian, ID!
; step-son, Cody A. Smith of Annabella; one expected grandson, Dennis Wade Thornock;
brothers and sisters, Cleone (Glen) Walker, Tom (Donita) Thornock, Margaret (Glayde)
Erickson, Richard (Veroni) Thornock, Linda (Benny) Lavato, Sid (Sharol) Thornock, Roseanne
(Jose) Fonseca, Marlin (Morgana) Thornock, Chris (Carrol) Thornock. He is preceded in
death by his parents; infant brother, Ross Thornock. The family expresses heartfelt thanks
to Intermountain Hospice for the extraordinary care given to Norman and his family during
this time. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 6, 2009 at the
Richfield Bible Church located at 780 North Hwy 188 in Central Valley, Utah. In lieu of
flowers, it has been suggested that donations be made in memory of Norman Kay Thornock to
Intermountain Hospice, 70 E. 1000 N., Suite B, Richfield, Utah 84701. Funeral directors,
Magleby Mortuary, Richfield, Salina, and Manti. Online guest book www.maglebymortuary.com
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