Norma Wood

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Norma Frances Moore Wood May 22, 1932- March 6,2022 Norma Frances Moore Wood (89) was born in Huntingdon, TN on May 22, 1932. She passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loved ones on March 6, 2022 and was received into the arms of Jesus Christ her Savior. She was the beloved and only child of G. Wayne Moore and Lorene Knighton Moore. Norma was a lifelong Methodist and a member of Chapel Hill United Methodist Church in Farmers Branch for 60 years. She was a loyal member of the Mary Martha Circle of United Methodist Women and the Farmers Branch Women’s Club. She was also a Cub Scout Den Leader. Norma was a proud retiree of Southwest Airlines where she had many friends. Norma aspired to be a lawyer but put that aside to marry the love of her life, Charles Byron Wood, Sr. They married on September 22, 1951. They have resided in Farmers Branch, TX since 1962. Norma and Charlie had two sons, Charles B. Wood, Jr. and Anthony Wayne Wood. Norma loved being a mom, grandmother (Oma), and great-grandmother. She always said, “If you put God first, then family, everything else will fall into place.” To her, family was everything. She loved hosting holiday dinners and entertaining family. She leaves behind her husband of 70 years, Charlie Wood, Sr., son Tony Wood (wife Judy) of Richardson, TX, daughter-in-law Rhonda Wood of Denton, TX, grandchildren Michael Wood (wife Amy) of Plano, TX, Aaron Wood (wife Lindsay) of New Braunfels, TX, Luke Wood (wife Colette) of Austin, TX, Anna Wood of New York City, NY, great-grandchildren Claire Wood, Charlie Wood, Jack Wood, Zoe Wood, and Dylan Wood. Her son Butch (Charlie Wood, Jr.) joined her in heaven one day after her on March 7, 2022. A celebration of life service will be held on April 2, 2022, 11 a.m., at Chapel Hill UMC, 12411 Templeton Trail, Farmers Branch, TX 75234. Memorial donations may be made to Pathway Hospice, 1021 Hampshire Lane, Richardson, TX 75080 or to the Salvation Army.
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