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Mansell, Norma January 14, 1964 - July 6, 2020


Friday, July 10, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 AM

Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel


Friday, July 10, 2020

11:00 AM

Sheldon-Goodrich Chapel


Yeater Cemetery

Norma Jean Mansell was born January 14, 1964 in Kansas City, Missouri to Claud Austin Collins and Sharon Kay Swanson.  She passed away at her home near Osceola, Missouri July 6, 2020.

There is much to be said about Norma.  The most important thing to her were her children and family.  Regardless of the situation she was always there.  While raising her children, she also played mom to many of there friends.  She made sure they were kept safe and fed until it was time for them to go home.  Even if she was upset with you, she never missed a ball game and rarely missed a practice.

Norma was an LPN for many years and had the compassion you dream of when someone is taking care of your loved ones.  She enjoyed the work she did no matter what the hours or the pay was.  Norma was meant to take care of people and that is what she did.  She was the best at that.  If you knew her well, you probably knew she loved lotto scratchers.  She could be seen at most local stores buying scratchers.

She is survived by her sons, James Mansell, Steven Caudill, Vincent Mansell and Tommy Mansell; grandchildren, Skyler Mansell, Cole Mansell, Michaela Gardner, Austin Mansell, Olivia Mansell and Alexis Mansell, Reagan and Cameron Caudill; sister, Patty Brownlee, other family and many friends.



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    Kelly Belcher says

    To The Mansell boys and grandkids, I’m sorry to hear about the passing of your mom and grandma. She was a wonderful person, I remember the 1st time I met her was at a cookout at Tommy’s house. After that if I’d see her at the nursing home she always would talk and joke with me. She was a very special person, and a hard worker and stood up for what she believed in. She loved you all very much! If you all need anything please get ahold of me or Andylee! Even if it’s just someone to talk to or cry on their shoulder, our family is here for you all. Love you boys! Love Kelly Belcher &Andy Wendt

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    johnny l veach jr says

    So very sorry to hear of your loss please let me know if I can help in any way

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    Tammy wroten says

    So sorry for your loss she will be missed

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