Norma Regina Harvey, 87 of LaBelle, MO, died February 1, 2021, in LaBelle Manor. She was born August 20, 1933, in Gilson, IL the daughter of Grover Cleveland and Teresa Regina Clark Wheeler. She was united in marriage to Ralph T. Harvey on October 15, 1953, in LaBelle, MO and he preceded her in death on February 6, 2003.
Norma was raised in Knox County Illinois where she received her education and finished her last two years in LaBelle High School graduating in 1952. Norma was a homemaker and mother. She and her husband were engaged in farming north of LaBelle. After moving to LaBelle Norma resided at the LaBelle Manor. Norma did baby sitting and worked at the Deer Ridge Store. She enjoyed word puzzles, sold eggs and raised collie pups. Norma was a member of LaBelle Order of the Eastern Star Chapter # 316 and a member of the LaBelle First Christian Church.
Surviving are five children, Ralph Clark Harvey of Hannibal, MO, John O. Harvey of Quincy, IL, Grace Golden of Knox City, MO, Paul Albert (Rachel) Harvey of LaBelle, MO, and Bryon F. Harvey of Quincy, IL, thirteen grandchildren, Christopher (Tracey), Kaelie, Megan and Siearra Harvey, Donnie (Dani) Golden, Melissa (Brian) Bay, Aaron Golden, Emily, Katie, Tommy and Olivia Harvey, Abigail Sutton, and Reece Harvey, eleven great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Also preceding her in death were her parents, a brother Lester Clark Wheeler, half-brother Edward Wheeler, half-sister Viola Hamilton, a grandson Jason Harvey, a great-great granddaughter Ava Rain Courtois and a son-in-law John P. Golden.
Visitation was held at the Coder Funeral Chapel in LaBelle, MO, February 6, 2021, with Eastern Star services and funeral services following. Reverend Shawn McAfee will officiate the services.
Casket bearers were grandsons; Donnie Golden, Christopher Harvey, Aaron Golden, Tommy Harvey, Reece Harvey, Brian Bay, Max Venvertloh. Honorary bearers were: Melissa Bay, Abigail Sutton, Emily Harvey, Kaelie Harvey, Katie Harvey, Megan Harvey, Olivia Harvey and Siearra Harvey.
Burial was in the LaBelle Cemetery.
Memorials are suggested to LaBelle First Christian Church or LaBelle Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 316. Memorials may be left at or mailed to Coder Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 151, LaBelle, MO 63447.
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