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Norma Wolf1/7/2006
Norma Jean Kimm was born on May 20, 1920, in Oskaloosa to Reese and Millie Amelia
(Richards) Wolf. She spent most of her life in Knoxville.

After her marriage to
Stanley Kimm on May 30, 1937, the couple lived in Vinton and Burlington before returning
to Knoxville. Norma held many jobs. She worked at Wolf Bakery, Baker Drug and at
Loynachan's, was a beauty consultant, and an infield concessions manager at the
Knoxville Raceway and a homemaker.

She was involved in a number of activities. Norma
was a member of the First Christian Church, a Sunday School teacher, a Bible School
teacher, a Deaconess, a member of the Marion County Historical Society, a member
of the Order of the Eastern Star (Past Matron), a Boy Scout and Girl Scout leader
and a volunteer for over 19 years at the West Ridge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
She also enjoyed ceramics, crafts and decorating.

Norma died on Jan. 7, 2006, at
the Mercy Hospice in Johnston at the age of 85. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Stan; and brothers, Dale and Bill Wolf.

Norma is survived
by her children, Ron Kimm of Urbandale and Nanci Kimm-Schaper (Ken) of Windsor Heights;
three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister-in-law Inez Kimm of Coralville
and many other family members and friends.

Funeral services were held on Jan. 10
with Minister Dale Blanshan officiating. Interment was in Graceland Cemetery.