Norma Baker Fleet
Norma Baker Fleet passed away on August 9, 2021 at the age of 76 in Georgetown with her daughters by her side.
Norma was born October 9, 1944 in Liberty Hill, Texas to JL and Nina Baker.
Norma spent the majority of her career with Advantage Solutions working as a retail merchandiser. Her tenure spanned 20+ years as a valued asset to her company and co-workers. She made many life-long friends and associates along her way! In her earlier years, she was also employed by McCormick, Eckerd Drugs, Seven Eleven and Food Land, to name a few. Norma valued work ethic and was an exemplary example of doing the right thing in life.
Norma had a passion for travel. She was recently afforded the opportunity to visit Alaska and be with her eldest daughter, Teresa. Alaska was at the top of her list of destinations to see. It brings the family great comfort to know that she was able to embark on this trip in her last year here on Earth.
In summary, Norma spent her life giving and caring for those that needed it most. Whether it was customer service or being a caretaker for her friends and parents later in life, there was no shortage of love and compassion when she found someone in need.
Norma was preceded in death by her parents JL and Nina Baker.
She is survived by her sister Mary Ellen Baker of Liberty Hill, three daughters Teresa Casey and husband Shawn of Fairbanks, Alaska, Michelle Holder of Littleton, Colorado, Shelly Wheeler and husband Rick of Hutto. One son, Edward Holder of Liberty Hill.
Nine grandchildren: Lealand Raiford, Chase Raiford, Hayley Stieg, Crystal Presley, Klarissa Schneider, Tia Ojeda, Cody Wheeler, Dawson Wheeler, and Kaitlyn Wheeler.
Thirteen great-grandchildren: Kenzye Raiford, Bowen Raiford, Jewelya Raiford, Heath Stieg, Colt Stieg, Grant Raiford, Avery Presley, Joseph Presley, Jaden Benavidez, Leia Schneider, Mikah Schneider, Naomi Schneider, Forrest Schneider
Visitation will be at Ramsey funeral home from 6:00-8:00 Thursday August 12th. Graveside service will be Friday August 13th at the Mather Cemetery in Liberty Hill, TX at 10:00 am with Pastor Danny Cook officiating.