Norma A. Mixer

Born: Sun., Jun. 6, 1915
Died: Thu., Nov. 22, 2012


Visitation

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Sun., Nov. 25, 2012
Location: Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Mon., Nov. 26, 2012
Location: Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home


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NORMA A. WOLLBRINK SPIDLE MIXER

   God took an angel home and took the very best. Mrs. Norma A. Mixer, 97, of sunset home, formerly of 1505 South 15th, Quincy, died at 8:00 a.m. Thursday (November 22, 2012) in Sunset Home.

    Born June 6, 1915 in Sutter,  Illinois, Norma was the daughter of Henry and Mary Altheide Wollbrink. She was married to Louis Spidle and later to Charles O Mixer.

   Norma had a strong faith and was an active member at First Southern Baptist Church. She enjoyed crocheting and had made over 300 name doilies for family and friends. she was an avid baseball fan of the Quincy Gems and the Chicago Cubs. Norma will be remembered for her cooking and baking, especially her fudge and cookies she delivered to numerous family and friends during the Christmas Holidays.

   Norma was employed at the Illinois Veterans Home as a Supervisor in the Dietary Department for 39 years. She was Thankful for her job and felt blessed to provide hot meals to our Veterans daily, she retired in 1980.

    In 1980 she was the winner in naming The Edward J. Schneidman industrial Park.

    Survivors include a son James Spidle (Peggy) of Quincy; a daughter Phyllis Johnson (Richard) fo Ft. Collins, CO; eight grandchildren, Deeanna Baird (Jeff), Julie Spidle, J.J Goudschall, Greg Johnson, Charla Gansen, Memory Johnson, Brad Johnson and Nicole Cook; nine great grand children, seven great great grandchildren, and many loving nieces and nephews.

   Norma was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Mary Lou Schlipman; a grandson, Stephen Kent Goudschall; two sisters, Mabel  Chambers and Melinda Adcox; and two nieces who were raised by Norma, Doris Chambers and Joan Higham.

   Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10:00 in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home by the Rev. Tom Rains.  Burial will be in Bethany Cemetery in Tioga, Illinois.

   Visitation will be Sunday evening from 5:00 to 7:00 and Monday morning until the time of services at the funeral home.

   Memorials may be made to First Southern Baptist Church or the Bethany Cemetery Association.

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Marian L (Nagel) Manzke
   Posted Fri November 23, 2012
My loving sympathy for one of our favorite cousins. Norma was there for our family in very difficult times. She was a very special person, loving, thoughtful, faithful and one who loved the Lord. She was great blessing. Cousin Marian (Nagel) Manzke.

Kari brennan
   Posted Sat November 24, 2012
May you rest in peace Great Grandma! I have the best memories of you. You taught me so much about God, manners, cooking and so much more that I will carry for the rest of my life! You are an angel now and I can''t imagine a more beutiful one inside and out! RIP Love you so very much! Love your great grand daughter Kari (Gansen) Brennan.

Phyllis Spidle Johnson
   Posted Sat November 24, 2012
I was Blessed to be raised in a Christian Home by a Loving and Christian Mother. She never waivered in her Faithfulness and gave me a Happy Childhood. I feel very grateful for having you for 75 years, Mother. I thank you for all you've been and all you've done. I will love you and miss you forever. Your loving daughter, Phyllis.

Brenda Gallagher Phillips
   Posted Sun November 25, 2012
Memory, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sandy Grimm
   Posted Mon November 26, 2012
Phyllis, my deepest sympathy to you and family. Am sure she was much loved by family and those who knew her.

Memory Johnson
   Posted Sun December 02, 2012
Rest peacefully Grandma, for it is well-earned. You gave so very much to so many, and never asked for anything in return. You have always been an inspiration and an anchor in my life; a life that would have been over far too soon, without your faith and prayers. I am so sad you are gone, but relieved you are free of suffering and at peace with the Lord. God Bless you always...you will never be forgotten. Until we meet again, Mem

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