Joanne McQuarrie, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Free-spirited and grounded too: Norma Howard personifies those faculties.
The longtime Jasper resident came to be on Dec. 1, 1923 in Elko, B.C., to Grace and Harry Raby. She joined up with sis Beatrice, who had been created a year-and-a-half early in the day.
вЂњMy sis ended up being really creative; I happened to be a recreations woman,вЂќ Howard said.
After graduating from senior high school in 1942, she started a working task at the office in the Powell River Pulp and Paper business.
After some duration later on she along with her friend, Myrtle Cumming, made a decision to work out their adventurous part.