Norma Jeanne Brix Wood

January 1, 1949November 11, 2015
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Norma Jeanne Wood passed away Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 at age 66. Both a Breast Cancer and a Head and Neck Cancer Survivor, She lost her three and a half year war with lung cancer. Norma was born January 1st, 1949 in Tulsa, OK, the daughter of Leo and Eva Jeanne (Cheek) Brix. She graduated from Tulsa’s Will Rogers High School in 1967, and later attended Tulsa Junior College. After Moving to the Tahlequah area in 2008, Norma became involved in the United Methodist Women at First United Methodist Church in Tahlequah, the Cat Crew at the Cherokee County Humane Society, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Norma was preceded in death by both her parents. She is survived by her husband, Gary wood; children: Sean Stines of Pennsylvania, Neil Stines and wife Joy of Woodall, Sarah Stines of New Mexico and stepsons, Christopher and Anthony Wood; two sisters and 14 grandchildren, as well as, a host of friends and loved ones. Interment will be Monday, November 16, 2015 at Floral Haven Cemetery in in Tulsa at 10:00 a.m., followed by a Memorial service at 2:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Tahlequah, OK.


  • Funeral Service Monday, November 16, 2015

Norma Jeanne Brix Wood

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Sean Stines

November 16, 2015

My mama was strongest, kindest, and most beautiful woman in the world. She stood beside me through everything that has ever happened to me in my life. Good and bad. She was the one that I called when things went south and when things were awesome. I am not sure how to express the empty feeling that I feel without her. I love you mama. I will miss you every minute of every day.

Evelyn Gravitt

November 14, 2015

Norma was a gracious lady with special love and understanding for cats at the HSCC shelter and PetSense. She was always pleasant, despite her challenges. We were better for having her among us.

Angela, Randall & Gillianne Stines

November 14, 2015

Heaven gained an angel an Earth lost a saint when Norma Jean passed over.... She will forever be missed and the hole in our hearts will never be filled. Our thoughts and prayers are extending across the miles during this time of great loss. God bless. Angela, Randall & Gillianne Stines

The Townend Family

November 14, 2015

Deepest sympathy to the family of Norma. She was a kind and beautiful soul. We will miss her deeply. Our prayers are with all of you. -

Rhonda Stephens

November 14, 2015

What a gorgeous woman Norma was but even more so was her kind spirit and wonderful soul. I met Norma a few years ago when she and Gary came to the humane society to adopt a cat. There were some really nice ones to choose from but she opened her heart to one special cat that she knew needed extra love and attention. I knew right then what a wonderful person she was. Then to make it even better she volunteered and became a great member of the cat crew. She took care of the cats at the shelter and Petsense. Her soft gentle ways were always what the cats needed. I am sorry and sad that my life situation got in the way of spending more time with Norma. I was always amazed that even though she was going through tough times she still took the time to listen and ask about others. Gary, my sympathy goes out to you, and her children, grandchildren and extended family.

Nancy Walker

November 13, 2015

Norma was my dear friend and had my greatest admiration for how she handled the horrible disease that finally took her life. She would never complain and always .
would ask about me and my well being. We had such a long friendship and knew so much about each other that no one else ever knew. She always understood and never judged. I will miss her so much

Daniel Stines

November 13, 2015

Aunt Norma was always my favorite aunt. I cherish all the fun times at Aunt Norma and uncle Randy's house! Adults played cards while the cousins hung out. I could always count on aunt Norma for awesome campsite cooking and funny stories! I can still hear Norma's laugh to this day. I feel eternally guilty for not spending more time with her in the last years of her life. I miss you more than I could express to you. Aunt Norma was always the sweetest person I knew. My heart is very broken right now but I feel deep comfort in knowing that her battle with cancer is over and she can finally rest in peace. Anyone who reads this please text or call me with info about the funeral or any other gatherings. 918-999-0444

Jacelyn Tye

November 13, 2015

My Mema was so strong and such an amazing woman. I looked up to her because she was wise and always knew just what to say. She always knew how to put a smile on my face from working on puzzles to eating our favorite cookies. I will always cherish our memories forever and always! I love you to the moon and back and I am so blessed to have had someone like you as my Mema!

Darren Stout

November 12, 2015

Aunt Norma touched my and my family's lives with love. I always enjoyed her sense of humor, perfectly complimented by her quick wit. Losing her leaves a void that can't be filled, but our lives are richer for having such a loving person in our family.

Ginger Stout

November 12, 2015

Even though we didn't live close to each other for most of our grown-up years, sisters share a special bond, and ours was growing stronger. Norma was always caring and a pleasure to be around. I will miss the visits we enjoyed together and with Marde. We will always remember and love you, Norma.