Stackpole, Nora Field


Nora Field Stackpole, 60, died unexpectedly at the University of Virginia on Thursday, December 17, 2020 in Charlottesville, VA.

Nora is survived by her father, Eric Field, Sr., and step-mother, Carol Fields, of Wadsworth, OH; husband, Jim Stackpole, of Columbia, VA; daughter, Tonia, and her wife, Stephanie Gobble, of Supply, NC; son, Dustin Stackpole, and his wife, Jennifer Lowe, of Columbia, VA; son, Shaun Stackpole, and his wife, Kim Orr, of Waynesburg, OH; sister, Sheila, and her husband, Ed Liebarth, of Wadsworth, OH; sister, Andrea, and her husband, Michael, of Virginia Beach, VA; brother, Eric Field, Jr., and his wife, Stephanie Field, of Rutherfordton, NC; sister, Tracie Saloiye; sister, Beth, and her husband, Rick Ruggiero; brother, Patrick Worden; grandsons, William Allen, Jr., Jeffrey Allen, Dakato Allen, Matthew Stackpole and Franklin Stackpole; granddaughters, Angel Allen, Jessica Goins, Shannon Goins, Brianna Stackpole, Destiny Evans and Kerigen Stackpole; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her mother, Lenora Pipher Swartzentrober.

Nora was born in Akron, OH on November 27, 1960 to Eric Field and his wife, Lenora Pipher Swartzentrober. She married her husband, Jim, on May 5, 1978 and this year was their 42nd wedding anniversary.

Nora was strong, outgoing, creative and very nurturing. She dedicated a lot of her time to help raise her grandchildren, Brianna and Matthew. She really enjoyed shaping the minds of young girls as a troop leader and service unit manager for the Girl Scouts of Goochland.  Nora always had treats or baked goods sitting on her counter when you visited her. She loved cooking so much that she started her own cooking group on Facebook called Twisted Kitchen Creations. Nora had 3 Boston Terriers named Mia, Merlin and Cammie. Cammie misses her mother very much. Nora also collected anything that had a cow on it.

Family and friends are invited to a memorial service at 1:30pm on Sunday, December 20, 2020 at the home of Jim Stackpole, 6383 Community House Road, Columbia, VA 23038. Flowers may be sent to the home. A Go Fund Me has been set up to help the family take care of funeral costs and medical bills. The Go Fund Me is: Nora’s celebration of life.  Arrangements are being handled by Norman Funeral Chapel Goochland Va.

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  1. Nora, We never met in person, yet we connected immediately. You and I would exchange comments, shares, likes and loves of things we’d posted. It was something I know I looked forward to every time I got on Facebook. I met your father years ago when he came to work at the same place as myself. Eric and I immediately connected. There seemed to be a common bond, a single thread that made our working relationship and distant friendship unique and nice. I know you were deeply loved by all the lives you touched, including mine. My thoughts and prayers go out to your Dad. his wife Carol, children, grand children, the rest of your family, and friends. May you rest in eternal peace.

  2. Nora, You were always such a good big sister to me and I can’t think of one bad memory that I have of you. You were fun, you were kind, you were protective and you were a second mom to your younger siblings. It didn’t surprise me that you grew up to be a beautiful wife, mother & grandmother to those in your immediate family. I’m grieving you today because I always thought I would see you again. It really breaks my heart that I could have went to Virginia to visit you & I didn’t. I am praying that I will see you in Heaven along with Pam and I regret that we didn’t speak about whether you had eternal security or not. I am going to assume that you are in Heaven because I can’t bear the thought that I will never see you again. You will be deeply missed but never ever forgotten. I will treasure the homemade Christmas card that you sent me as long as I live.

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