Norma Lee Reed

Norma Reed, 94, of Waco, passed away Thursday, June 27, 2019.

Graveside Service: 10:00 am, Saturday, July 6 at China Spring Cemetery

Norma was born August 30, 1924, in Hamilton to Kenneth and Mary Lewis Key. She attended Hamilton High School.  After graduation, she attend 4C Business College.

Norma loved family gatherings and watching the great-grandchildren play.  She also enjoyed visiting with old friends at the Rock House Reunion in Hamilton.  Norma was a member of the Family Worship Center.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 22 years, Jack; daughter, Carolyn Craig; and two granddaughters.

Norma is survived by her daughters, Diane Brown and husband, Larry, Kim Price and husband, Darrell; son, Larry Kruger; son-in-law, Gary Craig; grandsons, Brian McCormick and fiancé, Jennifer Dillard, Kevin McCormick and wife, Julia, Matt Price, Patrick Kruger and wife, Samantha and Mike Craig; granddaughters, Erika Leal and husband, Dionicio, Kerri Ann Hurst and husband, Rowdy, Alanna Craig and husband, Kent Johnson; and great-grandchildren, Brooke, Kali, Clark, MeKinnah, Zane, Max, Zaylah, Emily, Rhett, Kennedy and Revie; also Jim Reed, Suzanne Reed, Ted and Cheryl Reed, Lex, Shelley, Zoe and Race Reed, Wes Reed and family.

The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff who cared for Norma and loved her during these last years at Lake Shore Village Health Care Center.

Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.


Place of Service: China Spring Cemetery , 15654 Old China Spring Rd,; China Spring, TX 76633

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  1. My deepest condolences for everyone! RIP Grannie

  2. Linda Manning Findley

    There are no words to help fill the hole in your lives that her leaving has caused … just remember all of the good times … love to all …. Linda

  3. Kelley family

    Love and prayers to all of you. Grannies was a special little lady always feisty and full of life. She is dancing with Jesus now in perfect health. Love you all dearly.

  4. Jeanie May Blaskovich

    I remember her fondly. Always enjoyed being at your house and the times we had a sleepover. Such a sweet lady. Prayers and love to you all.

  5. Barry and Karen Houck

    Barry and I loved granny and we will miss her but we know one day we’ll meet again ON THE BEAUTIFUL SHORES OF HEAVEN.

  6. Patsy Hoffman

    To all the family you are in my prayers. I know it is hard to let go of someone we love so but God has a place for her when he called her home. Hold on to the great memories they will last forever love ya’ll
    Patsy Hoffman

  7. I want to say I’m condolence to the family and I will always have to best memorize of you grannie , love your smile and always in my heart , from Teresa Gonzales

  8. I will miss my fun filled Grannie and her funny faces and little sayings. She always made me feel like I was family, My life was much richer with her in it. Love you all.

  9. Andrea McKinney

    What a Lady Norma was, I remember “Grannie” fondly and all the Love and Laughter she brought just being in her presence. I thought of her often. Love to you All,

    Andrea McKinney

  10. Wray, Rachelle, and Jonathan Scott

    Our prayers and love go out to the family. She will be missed. We will see her again. Another light dimmed here on earth but is transferred to heaven to be with our Lord.

  11. Love to you all at this sad time in life. Rest in Peace Norma. You were always loved by everyone.

  12. Oh my what do you say about Grannie. She was a beautiful soul, full of joy and spunk. I don’t think I ever saw her without a smile and a twinkle in her eye. To her family, I know she will be missed greatly but hold to the truth and promise that you will see her again and cherish your memories of her. Grannie it was such a honor to have known you. God bless you richly.

  13. Maw, I still think about you every day. Love you… Wild Bill from Doodle Bug Hill 🙂

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