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NORMA JEAN HARMAN Norma Jean Harman, 93, a retired business owner of Boulder City, passed away March 28, 2019. She was born November 26, 1925, in Baldwin Park, CA, and was a 30 year resident of Nevada. Norma Jean served as a Navy wife to her first husband, Charles P. Forward and had two sons with him, Charles Reed and Scott Keye. She was married to Charles for 34 years when he passed from cancer. After the war ended, she joined Charles in La Crescenta, CA and started the seven acre La Crescenta Nursery which grew until 1975, when she lost Charles and sold the nursery. Norma Jean then fell in love with longtime friend, John Harman and married again for another 32 years sharing his three sons, John, Paul and Mark. They were united as one happy family with her own two sons. They enjoyed boating and civic duties for the community. Norma Jean was preceded in death by her husbands, Charles P. Forward and John N. Harman Jr.; son, Charles Reed Forward; and her adopted son, Mark Harman. She is survived by her son, Scott Keye Forward his wife and their three children, and John Harman Jr's two sons, John and Paul; and many, many grandchildren. Services will be private. Interment was previously held at the Southern Nevada Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Veteran's Memorial Park, Boulder City or the Salvation Army.

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Published in Boulder City Review on Apr. 18, 2019.
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April 30, 2019
May the God of comfort provide you with comfort and peace during this difficult time.
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April 28, 2019
I would like to express my condolences to the family. May the memories made throughout the years bring you comfort and joy to help endure this difficult time.
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