Norma Mae (Chapman) Isaacs
Norma Mae (Chapman) Isaacs
Norma Mae (Chapman) Isaacs of Winnemucca, Nevada passed away on January 03, 2022, at Humboldt General Hospital’s Harmony Manor.  

Norma was born on February 22, 1926, in Kingman, Arizona to Norman Chapman and Ada (Bacon) Chapman; Norma was 95 years old at the time of her passing.  

Norma Attended elementary school at Trout Creek on the Sandy, Arizona.  

Norma was a lifelong survivor of polio having contracted the disease as an 8-year-old in 1933.  

She attended high school at Immaculate Heart Academy until 1943.  Norma worked at the Kingman Army Air Base in the px and commissary.

 She also mothballed the B52’s at the Kingman Air Base after World War II ended.  Norma met Everett Isaacs in Kingman, Arizona while Everett was working at the Neal Ranch and the two were married on March 09, 1947.  

Norma and Everett worked on various ranches throughout Arizona, Colorado and Nevada before settling in Nevada.  

Norma handcrafted beautiful leatherwork, enjoyed cooking, spending time with family and friends as well as attending/supporting local rodeos and ropings. 

She was a lifetime member of the Daughter’s of the Mohave County Pioneers.  Norma’s family will miss her lifelong learned wisdom and laughter.    

Norma is survived by her daughter, Charlotte Anne Bland; grandchildren Loretta Grieve (Charles), Jeff Bland (Doreana), great-grandchildren Jessica Boggio, Megan Schommer (Jeremy), Kayla Bland, Tony Herrera and Justice Grieve as well as numerous great-great grandchildren, Sister-in-law ImaJean Steele and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

Norma was proceeded in death by her husband Everett Isaacs; parents Norman Chapman and Ada Roy; brothers Norman Chapman Jr., Charles Paul (Jiggs) Chapman, James (Jim) Chapman and Roy Steele, Jr.; sisters Evelyn Rose (Lou) Hallman and Martha B. (Kitty) Balow (Dale) and  grandson Telly Ross Bland.   

At Norma’s request no services will be held.  Interment will follow (undetermined date) in Kingman, Arizona.   The family would like to suggest donations to the local high school or youth rodeo of their choice in Norma’s honor.