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Obituary for Norma Hess Steed

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Norma Hess Steed

May 3, 1922 - April 4, 2012

Norma Hess Steed age 89, passed away Wednesday April 4, 2012. She was born May 3, 1922 to Jesse and Maud O. Hess in Plymouth, Utah. She married Dale Steed in Plymouth June 12, 1946.Norma is survived by her children; Suzanne Stremlau, Gale (Melvin) Nelson, George Steed, Russell Steed, Shelley (Gary) Foy and Dale Lee (Genine) Steed, eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, daughter-in-law, grandson and great-grandson. No funeral service will be held in accordance with her wishes. Don’t cry at my grave’Cause I won’t be thereI’ll be in the breeze that rustles your hairI’ll be in the sunshineI’ll be in the snowI’ll be in the place we used to goI’ll be in your laughter and in funny thingsI’ll be in your shadow and there in your dreamsI’ll be in your greeting but not in your goodbyesI’ll be in the reflection of your loving eyesI’ll always be with you and I’ll always careSo don’t cry at my grave ’cause I won’t be there.-Unknown-Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s MortuaryOnline condolences may be sent to the family at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Timeline for Norma Hess Steed

Born: May 3, 1922
Died: April 4, 2012

Condolences for Norma Hess Steed

Michael Parrish posted on 6/25/12

Lee and Shelly, Sorry to hear about your mom. She always made me feel welcome in her home.

 

Dave Bowman posted on 4/22/12

Her generosity and hospitality were wonderful. Visits to the Steed home were always pleasant and full of the joy of family and friends. Thank you for letting me be a small part of her life.

 

Neil R. Thornton posted on 4/18/12

Neil Thornton and family would like to offer our condolences on Norma's passing. Neil reminisces about the old days in Plymouth when they were young.

 

Melany Crosby Fiso posted on 4/17/12

Shelley and Lee I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Anna Tipton Beckstrom posted on 4/10/12

Oh the memories I have of sweet Norma! Growing up and being best friends with Shelley for so many, many years and having the opportunity of always being in their home. This woman made the best popcorn ever and that is truly one of my first thoughts when I think of her. I remember her soft spoken ways, her love for her children, the racoons that Dale let roam in the house that she would be so frustrated with but giggled as she told of their crusades in the kitchen drawers. This kind hearted, soft spoken woman along with Shelly, Lee and the rest of the family have always been in my thoughts over all of these years. Shelley I know of your love for your mom and I hope and pray that all of your memories of her, her laughter, her soft spoken ways and her love for you will wrap you in sweet comfort at this sad time. So many thoughts of you Shelly rush to my heart and I send my love to you, Lee, and your family.

 

George Dickson posted on 4/10/12

Lee and Shelley sorry to hear about your mom.

 

Penny Hess Marshall posted on 4/9/12

I was so sorry to hear about your mom's passing. She was a special Aunt to all of us. I always loved the way she could put my dad in his place which was no easy task. She was a wonderful sister to him and Jean thought the world of her as well. Our best wishes to all of your family.

 

angela cleverly craine posted on 4/8/12

So sorry to here about the passing of you mom. She will be missed, but her memory will live forever.

 

Mark Joesten posted on 4/8/12

We will miss you Aunt Norm. Love always, Mark.

 

Creig Paskins posted on 4/8/12

Gail sorry to read about your mothers passing. Hope your doing well Creig

 

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