James Huey Norris of Berry left this world with his wife, daughters, and sons-in-law with him on Monday, September 5, 2022 at the age of 89. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at Berry Freewill Baptist Church. Visitation will be one hour prior at the church. Burial will follow the service at the church cemetery. His sons-in-law, Randy Deavours and Kenneth Bozeman will officiate the service. Huey was born on December 17, 1932 to Sinnie and Sylvia Norris. He was the oldest of six children, 3 brothers, Hubbert, Jim, and Pete, and two sisters, Rachel and Trilla. He married Billie Jean Fields on September 4, 1954. Huey and Billie Jean had two daughters, Sheila and Debbie. He adored his eighteen grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Huey was a coal miner and farmer. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, farming, trapping, going to church, cooking at the shack, eating his fresh vegetables, sharing stories with the breakfast club and family, wearing his overalls, watching westerns, being with his beloved grands, and visiting with his many, many friends. He was devoted to his wife and daughters. No better father or friend could anyone have than Huey. His laugh was contagious and his model of friendship is to be envied. People loved him for his generosity, his delicious summer crops, and his 11 acre pea patch. He will be remembered for his wonderful smile, quiet humble spirit, hard work, his strength, and for his genuine love for the Lord, his church, and family. He was baptized into Christ when he was 75-years-old. Huey leaves behind a host of precious family that he cherished. Billie Jean, wife of 68 years; daughters, Shelia Norris Bozeman (Kenneth) and Debbie Norris Deavours (Randy); grandchildren, Angie Bozeman Cannon (Josh), Luke Bozeman (Mary Kathryn), Kendra Bozeman Hammontree (Jeremy), Peyton Deavours James (Marty), Kirsten Deavours Snead (Paul), and Skyler Deavours (Hannah); great-grandchildren, Levi, Houston, Ben, Beth, Macy Carson, Avery, Lily Grace, Cooper, Tucker, Charlotte, and Wyatt. Pall-bearers are Josh Cannon, Levi Cannon, Houston Cannon, Luke Bozeman, Ben Bozeman, Jeremy Hammontree, Skyler Deavours, and Marty James. Honorary pall-bearers are Tucker Pate, Cooper James, Carson Hammontree, Wyatt Deavours, and all his many friends. Norwood-Wyatt Funeral Home of Fayette directed.