Obituary of Norma Alicia Ayala-Bradley
Norma Alicia Ayala-Bradley lived her life with many title’s including “Lovey,” “Buggins,” “Starshine,” and most importantly Mom. Survived by her husband, Arden Bradley, she settled in Idaho after a long life in Mexico, California, and Nevada.
She is also survived by four children: Breyana, Tasha, Tristan, Delilah; sons-in-law Eric and Cole; and her three grandchildren Ezra, Vera and Zoe. As well as being a mom to her own children, Norma was passionate about foster care and without judgement also helped many find their light.
Her smile and cooking would brighten up any room. Norma made sure that everyone felt loved and nobody went hungry. She was referred to as the “hostess with the mostess” because she always made sure that anyone who entered her home was undeniably taken care of.
Norma lived for her family and friends who would inevitably become her family. It’s fair to say that everyone she met was impacted by her generosity and strength that earned her the moniker “Lovey”.
The world may never know the joy that was Norma, but to those she brought joy she will always be their world. Her life’s mission was to provide strength and guarantee love.
In her spirit our mom, buggins, sister, lovey would like to leave you this advice. Make sure your door and heart are always open to those in need. Feed your friends and family with unconditional love. And party on Wayne!
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