Klamath Falls, July 10, 2023, it is with profound sadness and deep reverence that Sky Lakes Medical Center announces the passing of Norma Richardson, at the age of 101. A remarkable individual who
dedicated her life to serving others as a hospital volunteer for 23 years.

Norma Richardsons was an exceptional human being whose unwavering commitment to compassion and selflessness touched the lives of countless patients, families, and medical professionals during her tenure as a volunteer at Sky Lakes.

Born in 1922, Norma lived an extraordinary life filled with boundless energy, kindness, and an unwavering passion for helping those in need. As a dedicated volunteer at Sky Lakes, she lent her support for an astonishing 23 years, becoming an integral part of the hospital community. Her compassion knew no bounds, as she spent countless hours comforting patients, offering a listening ear, and providing invaluable assistance to the medical staff.

Through her actions, Norma demonstrated the profound difference one person can make when motivated by a genuine desire to help others. Her legacy will forever be etched in the hearts and minds of those who had the privilege of knowing her” Reid Kennedy, Director of Volunteer Services, Sky Lakes Medical Center.

Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the family, friends, and all those who mourn the loss of Norma Richardson. For those who knew Norma and would like to pay their respects, services will be held on Thursday, July 13th at 1pm at OHareWard on Pine Street.

May we find solace in the knowledge that her legacy will continue to inspire and uplift us, as we strive to carry forward the spirit of compassion and selflessness that she embodied. 

Norma Richardson
Sky Lakes Volunteer 11,912 hours of donated time and energy
Honorary Lifetime Volunteer
Past President of the Volunteers