Rest in Peace: Norma Kaylor Lindstrom

We are heartbroken today that our beautiful, stylish, smart, loyal and feisty sister-in-law, Norma Kaylor Lindstrom, has lost her battle with cancer. She and her loving husband, Skip/Dean, (Scott’s brother), fought this battle courageously, with optimism and deepest love. Their love story of more than 37 years is an inspiration to so many of us. I snapped this photo of Norma at our house during a family gathering several years ago and it is one of my favorites. That sly smile, that style, enjoying her family as always. She loved her grandchildren, her two sons, her daughter-in-law and her husband, fiercely. She was a loving and beloved friend to so many.

We know you did it with courage, with grace, and on your own terms, as always, dear lady. Oh, how we miss you already, Norma.

Rest in Peace….xx


Heather Lindstrom

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Norma was one of our group of girls in high school. Grace McGovern, Dyanna Cluverius, Kelli Lankford, Patti Gould and myself were together every weekend and then some. Norma was one of the sweetest people I have ever known. Prayers for peace go out to her family…Truly, Kerry Johnson Gradillas

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Oh Heather, I am so sorry to hear this news! Norma sounds like such a vibrant woman – it is terribly sad when lives are cut so short. Sending you and your family love and prayers. xoxo

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Thank you, dear Sandy. Norma was indeed vibrant and will be terribly missed. xx

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Heather so sad to hear this. She looked like a beautiful lady and way too young. Thinking of all of you. Kim

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I know you understand the journey of grief, Kim. Norma was just 60….Far too young. Thanks so much for your kind words today. xx

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Please accept my condolences regarding Norma’s death. Your lovely tribute to her leaves me joining you in mourning. May you and your family be consoled by the gift of wonderful memories that she has left you all. Fondly, Leslie

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Your words mean so very much, Leslie. You have such a compassionate heart. We do have wonderful memories with our FEISTY sister-in-law. She was so much fun. I grieve for her sons and her sweet hubby as she will never be replaced. Thank you, dear friend.
xx

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What a beautiful tribute to your sister-in-law. Our thoughts are with you and sending warm hugs…

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Thank you so kindly for your words of compassion. Means so much…xx

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IT always seems to take THE GOOD PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!SORRY for your LOSS.It looks like she had a LIFE well LIVED!

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So true, dear Contessa! I agree with you in every way. Thank you for your kind words. xx

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I love my Norma. She was such an inspiration to so many. She loved all and still kept in touch with many of the kids from little league. She was a very classy lady and yet a spitfire! We shared many fun times together and created many memories. I’m so glad you’re not suffering anymore. You and my dad I’m sure are raising hell up there right now. Enjoy heaven my friend. You will truly be missed. ❤️

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It sounds like you and Norma were very close, Diane. I’m so sorry for the loss of your dear friend. She was feisty and a spitfire! I loved my time with Norma and we were so lucky to be “family”. May she rest in peace and wishing you the comfort of your wonderful memories.
xx

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Heather, I am so very sorry for your loss. Damn cancer !!!!!!!

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I totally agree, Marsha! Thank you…xx

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