On November 2, 2008, a long-time supporter of Kepler College and a wonderful astrologer, Norma Storey, died in her home. Norma was a native of Washington, born in Bellingham in 1935. She was employed by the postal service for 33 years, enjoyed the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and taught astrology for much of her adult life.
Norma was an early supporter of Kepler College and firmly believed in the College's importance to astrology's future. She first donated to the College in 1993, only a year after its incorporation, and continued to donate on a yearly basis. She always made a point to stop by the Kepler College table at NORWAC and speak of her strong belief that astrology needed to have a place in academia.
Norma and her family has asked that a memorial fund be established in her name at the College.
Norma - thank you for your consistent support and gentle encouragement. We will miss you.
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