Norma L. Wyatt

Oct 4, 2019
Wyatt, Norma


11:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at Central Christian Church, Waterloo


One hour prior to services at the church 


Memorial Park Cemetery


Central Christian Church


Norma L. Wyatt, 99, of Lake City, Minnesota and formerly of Waterloo, died on Friday, October 4, 2019 at The Bluffs of Lake City in Lake City, Minnesota.

Norma was born on February 20, 1920 in Greene, Iowa, the daughter of George and Leah (Sullivan) Huff.

She graduated from Northern University (Price Lab) High School with the class of 1937.

Norma was always a homemaker, but also had worked as a camera operator for Phototype America. She would also spend time tinting black and white photos for Hawkeye Photo.

Norma married 2nd Lieutenant, United States Army Air Corps, Andrew J. "Andy" Wyatt, on May 7, 1945 in San Antonio, Texas; he died May 31, 1985.

She had been a member of Central Christian Church. She was also a member of the Caper Cutters Square Dancing Club and sang with the Sweet Adelines. In her spare time, she would sew or crochet kitchen scrubbers that she would donate to sell at the church annual bazaar. She absolutely loved her grandchildren.

Survived by her son, Bruce Wyatt of Seattle, Washington; daughter, Linda (Dan) Soteros of Lake City, Minnesota; three grandchildren, Andrew (Heather) Soteros of Lake City, Minnesota, Alexa (Jake) Bjornstad of Red Wing, Minnesota, and Charlie Soteros of Lake City, Minnesota; and four great-grandchildren, Addie, Taytum, Lennon, and Indie.

Preceded in death by her parents; husband, Andrew; and brother, Warren Huff.

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  1. Mary Ellen Wheat | Oct 09, 2019

    Norma was one of my favorite people at Central Christian Church when I worked there as the church secretary back in the 1980's. It seemed she was always busy helping with anything that was going on at the church, especially the Bazaar. And she ALWAYS had a smile upon her face. Sweet lady.

    Holding you all in my thoughts and prayers as you journey through the celebration of her life. Just remember, "The rose still grows beyond the wall".


  2. Robert Kress | Oct 08, 2019

    she will be missed but I know she will always be with you.  




  3. Nancy Christensen | Oct 08, 2019

    You will be greatly missed and fondly remembered!

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during your time of grieving.

    Remember the good times and smile at those loving memories.


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