of Mountain Home, AR
March 9, 1933 - April 24, 2023
Bobbie Lorine Norville passed away in Mountain Home Arkansas on April 24th 2023. She was born on March 9th 1933 in Bells, Tennessee to Barney and Maude Olive (White) Griffin.She married Valton Lee Norville on August 27th 1950. She was a loving wife for over 72 years, mother of four girls, sister, aunt, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. Bobbie and Valton lived in Memphis for 46 years until they moved to Mountain Home in 1976.She also loved to sew, shop, and cook. She was passionate about her family. Bobbie was a member of The Women of the Moose here in Mountain Home and the Red Hat Society where she held several positions. She was a long-time member of the First Christian Church. She is survived by her husband, Valton Lee Norville; four daughters: Wanda (Richard-deceased) McWilliams, Valeria (Randy) Turnbull, Teresa (Dave) Alsbrook and Lisa (David) Scott; eight grandchildren: Christie Jones, Wendy (Kevin) McDivitt, Chad McWilliams, Candice (Paul) Ayers, Joey (Liz) Turnbull, Blake (Kate) Alsbrook, Chase Alsbrook, Mikia (Wes) Fernandez; eleven great grandchildren: Kaylynn Lyles, Lillian Jones, Cassidy Jones, Cooper Jones, Avery Stambaugh, Caroline McWilliams, Charlie McWilliams, Tucker Ayers, Carter Alsbrook, Jackson Alsbrook, and Sonnie Fernandez. She is also survived by two brothers: Harry (Jean) Griffin and Mike (Susan) Griffin; and a sister: Linda (Jerry-deceased) Carpenter; along with a lot of cousins, nieces, and nephews that loved her dearly. She was preceded in death by her parents, and two brothers: Joe and Jimmy Griffin. Visitation will be Saturday, April 29th at 2:00pm with Funeral services following at 3:00pm at the Roller Funeral Home Chapel in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Funeral Service will be officiated by Pastor Remil N. Layton. Burial will be at Baxter Memorial Gardens in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Pallbearers will be Kevin McDivitt, Paul Ayers, Chad McWilliams, Joey Turnbull, Blake Alsbrook, Chase Alsbrook, and Wes Fernandez. In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Ozarks and Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital.
So sorry for the loss of Bobbie, she will be missed greatly. Love and prayers for the family.Steve and Karen Fouts
We are so sorry for your family's loss and want to thank you for all the wonderful memories and lake fun you shared with our family over the years. She was a very special lady.
Lisa, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and the family.
Rest peacefully my friend ! Thanks for all the wonderful times through the years. Your friendship will slways be treasured.
Uncle Valton and family, Karen and I send our deepest condolences at this time. Aunt Bobbie is one of those angels we cousins remember so fondly. My reflections of Aunt Bobbie are best when I see her, Grandma Buna, my mom, Del, and the other aunts in Grandma’s Alamo kitchen! I can still hear their laughter. We will be holding you in prayer especially this Saturday.
Love & condolences in the loss of your amazing wife, Mom, grandmother & friend. Bobbie & Val were very special in every way. My fondest memories are those spent with them at their always welcoming lake home. She was loved by all who knew her. I hope the angels know what they have. Jane Scott Lambert
Val, I am so sorry to hear about Bobbie. We go back so many years and always enjoyed our times! It was only 2 days ago that I was thinking of her. She had given me a recipe for chocolate cake with peanut butter chocolate frosting that I had planned to make...then I saw the obituary, making me so sad. She was a good woman and I will miss her. I am so sorry.
witH SympathyIN THE LOSS OFYOUR MotherShe is not far, she is always near in the memories that you hold most dear. in the heartsthat still care,in the lovethat goes on..She will never be far.She will never be gone.
Uncle Val, I am so sorry hearing that aunt Bobbie has passed away , she was a awesome woman f God , she always made us all feel so loved and welcome , , My heart will always remember all that with my heart , My Prayers and throughts to all of you as we all know now she will be another angel in heaven to watch over us I love you all may God give you all the strength to get through this time God Bless
Val, Cindy and I are sorry to hear about Bobbie. She was a very sweet lady. I enjoyed our visits when she came into the sheriff's office for her matron duties. She always looked so prim and proper. Val and family you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God comfort all of you during this time.
We send our sympathy and prayers for all of the family on your loss of a truly wonderful person. I will never forget the one morning she made me trout for breakfast when I asked for it after Uncle Val took me fishing. I only made it half way through it. Bacon would have been a better choice.God bless you all.
I’m loving memory to the best grandmother a grandchild could ask for. You will be dearly loved and miss 🕊️
Sending our sympathy & love to all
My beloved sister I will miss.
Val,I'm so sorry for your families loss. Bobbie was a wonderful woman and I have so many fond memories of time spent with together with you both. LoveShannon