Norma D. Craft, 73, of Fort Dodge passed away Friday, January 31, 2020 at her home.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00 PM with a Vigil Prayer Service at 6:00 PM with Rev. Brian Feller officiating, all at Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home.
She is survived by her husband Dick Craft of Fort Dodge, daughter Diane Reed Fort Dodge, and her family Tabitha Doubleday (Jeremy) of Minnesota, Sandra Mae Schoep of Minnesota, Molly Flannery Fort Dodge, Jayna, Jaylin, Jessika and Hope, daughter Jan Vinson of Fort Dodge and her family Eric Vinson (Jackie), Lindsey Delanoit (Dalton), Madison Tarbox, Ellie and Bentley, son Jim Craft and wife Nancy Fort Dodge and their family Shannon Russell (Brandon) and James Craft, Danika and Cataleya, son John Craft and wife Kathy (California) and their children Cody and Caden Craft, son David Craft and wife Amanda of Fort Dodge and their children Ashley Craft and Logan Rashedi, son Danny Craft and wife Trishia of Fort Dodge and their children Jacey Craft (Daniel) and Lacey Lee (Josh), daughter Brenda Cruz (Jose) Fort Dodge and their family Tyler Craft (Anna), Chasity Harrison (Josh), and Jourdan Harrison, Tyson, Elias, Brock, Amelia, JJ, Jay'mia, Javarri, Destiny, Shayla, Tanniyah and Azelynn, son Kevin Craft of Fort Dodge, siblings Virginia "Ginny" (John) Jones of Fort Dodge; Marilyn (Merlin) Hoover of Hamilton, OH; Michael Reed of Otho; Eilene Schultz of Mason City; Patricia (Ken) Ewing of Fort Dodge.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Pershing and Mardell (Musselman) Reed infant son Michael Reed, and granddaughter Heather Hansen, brothers Walter Reed and John Reed.
Norma Diane Reed was born June 13, 1946 in Fort Dodge. She attended schools here and graduated from St. Edmond High School in 1964. For several years Norma was employed with Webster County Home just south of Fort Dodge. On June 15, 1985 she was united in marriage to Richard Craft and the couple made their home in Fort Dodge. Norma owned and operated D & N Mobile Homes with her husband until their retirement. The couple enjoyed their winters in Corpus Christi Texas. She loved to spend time with her family, camping, puzzles and traveling. Memorials maybe left to the discretion of the family.
I miss you
Lit a candle in memory of norma
She was a nice lady I will miss her calling me trouble
I will always remember our pie day every wednesday
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