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Norma Mae Schmidt

February 18, 1933 - June 22, 2021

Obituary For Norma Mae Schmidt

Haverhill – Norma Mae (Jackson) Schmidt 88, beloved wife of the late Rev. Howard P. Schmidt, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 in North Conway, NH surrounded by her loving family.

Born in Niles, Michigan, she was the daughter of the late Lawrence A. and Ethel J. (Scofield) Jackson.

Mrs. Schmidt earned her master’s degree in Elementary Education with a concentration in Mathematics from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, all while raising her four children and being employed full time.

Mrs. Schmidt had been employed for over thirty-five years as an elementary school teacher in Chesapeake, VA. Upon her retirement, she was contracted by the community to which she had moved and was asked to help revamp the Mathematics Department with her expertise in this area.

A beloved child of God, saved by faith in Jesus Christ, Mrs. Schmidt served the church tirelessly throughout her lifetime. She joyously supported her husband in ministry and was a highly esteemed and dearly loved Pastor’s Wife, serving the Lord at Cedar Road Assembly of God Church in Chesapeake, VA to which her husband was the Founding Pastor. She was the Co-Founder of Green Pastures Children’s Home in Brunswick County Virginia, a home that provided safe shelter and care for abused and abandoned children. More recently she was a faithful member and affectionately called the “Queen Mother” of Calvary Christian Church in Lynnfield, MA, a title that she well deserved!

Surviving her are two daughters, Cynthia Miller and her husband, Greg of North Conway, NH and Laura Giannino and her husband, Jon of Haverhill, two sons, Pastor Timothy Schmidt and his wife, Jacquie of Lynnfield and Howard J. Schmidt and his wife, Denise of Rowley, seven grandchildren, Jared Schmidt, Kimberly Schmidt Clervois, Kendra Key, Vanessa Correa, Timothy J. Schmidt, Lauren Zmanovskia and Rachel North, three great grandchildren, Thomas “TJ” Correa, Levi Correa and Savona Clervois and many nieces and nephews.

Her funeral service will be held at the Calvary Christian Church, 47 Grove St, Lynnfield, Friday, July 2, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. A visitation will be held on Friday morning prior to the service at the church from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Burial in Forest Hills Cemetery, Lynnfield. Expressions of sympathy may be made in her memory to the Calvary Christian Church Missions Fund, 47 Grove St.. Lynnfield, MA 01940.

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She was an awesome teacher, I had her in 6th grade. She is one of the reasons that I was inspired to be a substitute teacher for 12 years. I am thankful that she is now teaching in heaven.
- Kim Fletcher
I never knew Norma but i knew her granddaughter and her son. Her granddaughter Kendra reflects her smile in everything she does at Crossroads. and her son pastors a church that I have known through its plants, Center and Remix. We will miss Norma, but we know she is in heaven. Stephen Gopaul, Crossroads Community Cathedral
- Stephen Gopaul
- Josephine & Richard Royal
Mrs. Schmidt was my 6th grade teacher at Treakle Elementary in Chesapeake. She was one of my favorite teachers and I will always remember her fondly. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
- Sandy
To my precious and dearest Family: You are all greatly loved. And thought the massive loss of a magnificent parent is a life long hole that never fills, always know you were DEEPLY blessed to have had TWO epic parents that people from many continents loved and adored them both. I know I surely did... I truly and deeply did. I send my most sincere condolences and know God has told both of them "well done." I share your pain and send my prayers. Most sincerely and with great love, Elaine E. Iagatta
- Elaine E. Iagatta
Praying for you all! We love you. ❤️ Guy & Tana See you again someday Mama Schmidt! Thank you for your impact upon my life. ❤️
- Guy & Tana Miller
prayers are with the Schmidt family A woman of God and family so sorry for your loss much love and calmness and peace Pam kupelnick Calvary CC
- pam Kupelnick
- Joy (Hudgins) Scott
She was truly one of the most beautiful women God ever gifted to the world 😍 She was very first Sunday school teacher, in the tiny building by the water tower in Great Bridge. Prayers for the family during this time of grief. May you all find comfort in knowing she lived for Jesus and as God promises, she is now free from all sickness and pain, safe in the arms of her Savior ✝️💜
- Joy (Hudgins) Scott

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