Norma P. Roth McNutt
Norma P. Roth McNutt, age 83, of Ann Arbor, Mich., died Dec. 15, 2006 at her home. Norma was born Sept. 27, 1923 in Jeffersonville, Ind. to the late Nicholas and Cordelia (Theiller) Roth. She married Charles S. McNutt in New Albany, Ind. Oct. 16, 1943.
Charlie was in the U.S. Army until 1955, when they moved to Texas to raise their family of five. Norma worked for many years in the savings and loan industry and retired as a vice president of Mortgage and Loan Servicing. Norma remained in Texas after Charlie’s death in 1979 until 1987 when she returned to Clarksville, Ind. In 2003 Norma moved to Park City, and subsequently to Salt Lake City. She moved again to Ann Arbor, in the spring of this year.
Norma was active in the Roman Catholic Church, a tireless civic volunteer and an avid reader, who enjoyed history and a lively political discussion. She was a wonderful mother whose survivors include four children: William A. McNutt of Salt Lake City; Pamela McNutt Craig of Ann Arbor; Peggy E. McNutt of Long Beach, Calif.; and Jeffrey T. McNutt of Round Rock, Texas; her grandchildren: Norma Kate Devereux, Nicholas Craig, Austin McNutt and Hollis McNutt; and her brother Gilbert Roth of Jeffersonville, Ind.
A memorial service will be held in the spring of 2007 in Austin, Texas. Her cremated remains will be buried beside her husband Charles, and her daughter Cynthia, in Austin. Memorial contributions may go to a charity of one’s choice in Norma’s name.
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