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Aubrey Catherine Norrick

11/26/1976 - 05/06/2016

Aubrey Catherine Norrick, (Katie) 39, of Phoenix, AZ.  passed away on May 6th 2016, after a brave battle with Cancer. Aubrey was born in Stamford Connecticut on November 26th 1976, the daughter of George Clayton and Catherine Clare Norrick. She spent her early years living in New Canaan, Connecticut before moving to Scottsdale Az at the age of five.  Katie always held strong beliefs. She believed fervently in equality among people, and that discrimination in any form is abhorrent. She supported charities that cared for the less fortunate, and often worked as a volunteer feeding the homeless, and packing food at local food banks.  Nine years ago Katie met the love of her life, Kevin Rozwens.  Their love and devotion to one another has been an inspiration to all who knew them.  Katie had a successful career in the financing and debt recovery business.  She was an officer of the court.  In 2011, Katie joined KJK  Financial, which later became known as Equity Auto Finance. She became a Vice President and Litigation Manager of the company, as she represented the firm in court.   She worked tirelessly to do a good job and always protected the company and its owner from liability.  Katie is survived by her Father G. Clay Norrick, her Mother Catherine C. Norrick, her Sister Jennifer M. Norrick, her brother, George (C.J.) Norrick.  Her extended family includes her partner, Kevin Rozwens, Kevin’s Mother Patty Napoleon & her husband Ray, Kevin’s Sister, Lisa Rozwens, and her 3 daughters, Makayla Merchant, Carly Merchant and Dominique Lundin.     Katie will be remembered among family and friends in a private Celebration of Life, on Sunday, May 15th, 2016. Flowers will be accepted at: 4148 East Des Moines St. Mesa, AZ 85205 beginning Friday, May 13th. Those that prefer may still give to the “Katie Norrick Cancer Care” campaign, in lieu of flowers. https://www.gofundme.com/59zjzj93


  • To Aubrey’s family, I’m deeply sorry for your loss. I wanted to share some comfort from the Bible that I’ve found. Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5: 28,29 show Jehovah God’s promises that there will soon be a time when there’s no more sickness, pain, or death, and we can see our dead loved ones again. It’s my hope that these verses bring you some strength and comfort.

  • Charles R Thorn

    Just now learning about this. Been out of touch for so many years. So sorry for the loss of such a warm heart and loving soul. CT

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