Worthington High Schools Alumni Club - Deceased Classmates

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Robert Norris, 63, of Worthington, passed away on Novemebr 29, 2022. He was born on November 8, 1959, in Columbus, to the late Frank and Helen (Senadenous) Norris. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his step-father, Art Chappelear. Hard working, competitive and driven, were just a few ways to describe Bobby. Early in his career he developed his passion for sales where he started selling competition ski boats, and cannon products in Central OH. However, Bobby’s passions and goals were bigger than that. He developed a new passion for wanting to expand his knowledge in the medical field, which brought him to work with some of the top companies in the world. Because Bobby was the best at what he did, it gave him the opportunity to travel around the world. From starting as a Server at Ziggy’s throughout College, to selling Competition Ski Boats, from selling Canon Products here in Central Ohio, to then selling Life-Saving DiVinci Robots Worldwide, Bobby’s career was both varied and extensive. And through it all the focus, especially later in life, was providing products and services to help and benefit others. Bobby was a road warrior! He was always on the move, from driving between OH and FL in his convertible with the top down; to flying first class to Asia and Europe. Every day was an opportunity for Bobby to create a new adventure; however, you could often find him on the open seas of the gulf, or playing a round of golf. Bobby was an avid boater and golfer. He also traveled the world during his career. He loved his family and throughout his life invited family to vacation or do many other fun things or events with him. Robert will be greatly missed by his daughter, Michaella Norris; siblings, Christy (Scott) Gray and Steve (Joy) Chappelear; and numerous extended family and close family friends.

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