Henry Fambrough Wife and Daughter: Who Is Norma Fambrough?

Henry Fambrough

Henry Fambrough was an American vocalist who was the last surviving original member of The Spinners from 2013 until his death. Before becoming the Spinners, the Domingoes formed in Ferndale, Michigan in 1954. After Fambrough returned from the Army in 1962, the Spinners signed with Motown Records. Henry became a chauffeur for Berry Gordy Jr.’s mother after six years without success.

He took his last breath on February 7, 2024, in Sterling, Virginia, U.S. at the age of 85, and after that tributes poured in following Fambrough’s death. Jessie Peck said,

‘He set the standard for the rest of us about how the Spinners should be: always on point, with every step. He had a desire above all else to keep this going no matter what. That’s what he bestowed on us.’

Norma Fambrough Wiki

Norma Fambrough Bio
Age 80 years (in 2024)
Birthday 1944
Famous For Henry Fambrough’s wife
Birthplace Sterling, Virginia, U.S.
Zodiac Sign na
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Sexuality Straight
Religion/belief Christianity
Height na
Weight na
Daughter Heather Williams
Spouse Henry Fambrough
Parents na
Education na

Who Is Norma Fambrough?

Norma Fambrough was married to Henry Fambrough until his death, in 2024. They were married for over 52 years. The couple has a daughter named Heather Williams.

The couple’s marriage was proof of their love lasting over five decades. Their daughter, Heather Williams was a constant source of joy and pride for the couple. Even with the pain of losing her beloved husband, Norma found calm in the memories they created together and the family they had built.

Lesser known facts about Henry Fambrough

  • Henry Fambrough is in her early 80s.
  • She has not shared the details of her parents.
  • Her husband, Henry Fambrough announced his retirement, but the Spinners continued to perform without him, and he remained involved with the group behind the scenes, in April 2023.
  • Henry served as one of the group’s three lead singers during the group’s heyday from the early to mid-1970s.