Norma S. PageNovember 07,2012Norma S. Page
BRANDON — Norma Saracin Page, 86, died Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, at Rutland Health Care Center.
She was born April 5, 1926, in Brattleboro.
She was employed at Rutland Hospital as a secretary and later worked for Skihaus in Middlebury as a buyer.
She enjoyed tennis and going to the beach, especially at Lake Dunmore.
Survivors include two daughters, Robyn Page of Brandon and Kym Page of San Diego, Calif.; a brother, Bernard Kasupski of Brandon; a grandson, three nephews and a niece.
There are no calling hours and the funeral rites will be private.
Arrangements are under the direction of Miller and Ketcham Funeral Home in Brandon.
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