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Norma Lee-Jaeger Obituary

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Norma Lee-Jaeger

Yuba City, California

December 14, 1933 - March 20, 2024

Norma Lee-Jaeger Obituary

Norma passed away March 20, 2024, the first day of spring, surrounded by family, at the age of 90 from the effects of dementia. She was born in Galena, MO, on December 14, 1933, to James and Vivian Eutsler; and lived in Yuba City, CA, for 70 years. She is survived by her daughter, Kathryn Fisher and her husband, Marlin Fisher; grandson Brad Auld (Katrina); brothers, Leroy Eutsler (Cynthia) James Eutsler (Jeannie), Robert Eutsler; Carol Wallace (niece); and daughter in law, Sheri St. Clair. She is preceded in death by her son, Kenneth G. St. Clair; and Andre St. Clair (grandson); and husbands, George St Clair, Virgil Lee, and Larry Jaeger. Norma, when a young woman, worked for Toot-N-Tellem and Andy's restaurant. From there she went into retail and worked for Jay Vs at both locations as the manager for several years. She finally went to work for Bank of America for six years until she had the opportunity to travel full time. Norma was full of life and enjoyed many family and friend gatherings throughout her life. She had a couple nicknames: WILD THING due to her constant energy and willingness to always go somewhere. GYPSY because of her love of travel. She had visited every State in the US and seven country's and was always planning her next trip. Norma will be laid to rest with Virgil at the Sutter Cemetery attended by family. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

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Norma passed away March 20, 2024, the first day of spring, surrounded by family, at the age of 90 from the effects of dementia. She was born in Galena, MO, on December 14, 1933, to James and Vivian Eutsler; and lived in Yuba City, CA, for 70 years. She is survived by her daughter, Kathryn Fisher and her husband, Marlin Fisher; grandson Brad Auld (Katrina); brothers, Leroy Eutsler (Cynthia) James Eutsler (Jeannie), Robert Eutsler; Carol Wallace (niece); and daughter in law, Sheri St. Clair. She is preceded in death by her son, Kenneth G. St. Clair; and Andre St. Clair (grandson); and husbands, George St Clair, Virgil Lee, and Larry Jaeger. Norma, when a young woman, worked for Toot-N-Tellem and Andy's restaurant. From there she went into retail and worked for Jay Vs at both locations as the manager for several years. She finally went to work for Bank of America for six years until she had the opportunity to travel full time. Norma was full of life and enjoyed many family and friend gatherings throughout her life. She had a couple nicknames: WILD THING due to her constant energy and willingness to always go somewhere. GYPSY because of her love of travel. She had visited every State in the US and seven country's and was always planning her next trip. Norma will be laid to rest with Virgil at the Sutter Cemetery attended by family. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Norma Lee-Jaeger hosted by Ullrey Memorial Chapel.

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