Norma A. Titus, 64 of Eau Claire, formerly of Durand, passed away on Friday, January 26, 2018 at Sacred Heart Hospital.

Norma was born on May 22, 1953 to Norbert and Margaret (Schuld) Schlegelmilch in Neillsville, Wisconsin.

Norma is survived by her husband, Lewis Titus of Eau Claire; children, Reanna (Mike) Goodman of Eau Claire, and Nathan (Becky) Titus of Brooklyn Park, MN; grandchildren, Tyler, Ethan and Emma Goodman and Gracelyn and Zachary Titus.

Norma was preceded in death by her son, Brent Titus.

A memorial service will be Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 1:00 pm at Hope Lutheran Church in Eau Claire with Pastor Phil Ruge-Jones officiating. Private family burial will take place at a later date.


  1. I want to express deep sympathy to Norma’s family at this sad time….I hope that some day you will all be remembering all the happy times and will hold her memory in your hearts. Its so hard to lose the ones we love so much…I’m sad thinking of Norma’s grandchildren whose time with their grandma is cut short…..Norma was a highschool classmate of mine and when I think back to those days, I see Norma’s wonderful smile and disposition, a gentle soul. May it comfort you to know that others share your sadness….Hugs to all!

  2. Dear Reanna and Family,
    So, so sorry for your sudden loss…thinking about you, and if there’s anything I can do, please let me know.

  3. Dear Reanna, So sorry to learn about your mother’s death. Let yourself cry as much as you want–you don’t have to be strong for everyone else. Love, Maria

  4. So very sorry for your loss. My sympathies to your family. Norma was a wonderful woman, so kind and always giving. She will be sadly missed by so many.

  5. Norma, the love of my life . Wife, mother and grandmother. Very dependable worker at Kmart, Walmart, and Kraemer Co. She lives in my heart

  6. Lewis,
    We are so sorry for your lost, Norma was a kind, care and wonderful person. She will be surely missed.
    The Weiss’s

  7. Lew, Reanna, Nathan and families, my sincerest condolence to you. Norma was a dear friend from birth. Yes, our mothers were in the same hospital room as I was born the previous day. We shared part of our life journey together. She was very special, caring and funny. My love and hugs to you at this very difficult time. I think about who she is meeting in heaven. ? Connie

  8. I am very sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with your family, Norma was a beautiful person inside and out.

  9. Dear Reanna and Family, My condolences in the passing of your Mother. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers at this time of loss. Wendy House

  10. Lewis I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and be with you and your family. In Gods name I pray. With deepest sympathy.

  11. Lewis and family Our Deepest Sympathy goes out to your family. May God bless you with the strength you will need in the days ahead. Enjoy visiting with Norma was always a joy she was always so caring.
    I remember how excited she was waiting for the twins.

  12. I didn’t know Norma very well, but I know she was one of my mom’s (Glenda) favorite cousins. I know the pain of losing a mother, and my heart is with you. God bless you in the difficult days ahead.

  13. Lewis and Family,
    No matter where I am, No matter what task my hand may be about, or who I am with…

    I will forever cherish in my heart some of our families most treasured memories in the warmth of your and Norma’s loving home! We shared both laughter and sadness to tears!

    Norma’s love she shared with us has eternally impacted me and my family! I am certain and look forward to the Day we will again enjoy a family reunion, with Norma, Brent, Dad and Isaac in the warmth of Our Father’s Home!

    The Living Word counsels us that “Nothing Can Separate us from the Love of Christ!” I will sincerely testify to you, finding myself far from you and ALL My family, That truth, comforts me in knowing that even the Love between us His children creates an Eternal Bond that will not be broken!

    I sincerely Miss you ALL!
    All My Love in Christ!


  14. Thank you all for you thoughts and prayers. I miss Norma everyday it brings me tears of joy and happiness and warmth thinking of Norma, she is in my heart forever. I always loved how Norma took great care for her family and close friends, I learned a lot from her. When we met in Spokane, Wash, we were both moving out of the Hippey stage of our life. I always admired and listened to Norma, she always was moving up (be a better person). She gave me so much, I liked her as a friend and loved her as my soul-mate. Our journey together was so beautiful. She gave me a son Brent, a daughter Reanna, and a son Nathan. She loved her son in law Mike, lover her daughter in law Becky and her Grandchildren Tyler,Ethan,Gracie,Emma, and Zach. Birthdays and Holidays with family was first and most important. We’re a unit.

  15. Norma was my childhood neighbor and friend. We spent a lot of time
    together,playing and just being kids. We shared so many secrets. She
    was a wonderful person, glad I had the chance to know her. Norma will
    be missed.

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