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Norma Henneke Wayman Kaiser
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Norma Henneke Wayman Kaiser

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Norma Henneke (Wayman) Kaiser went to be with the Lord on May 12th, 2015 after a brief illness.

She was born to Norman and Hollis Dean (Dennis) Henneke on October 16th, 1944 and graduated from Goltry high school, Goltry, Oklahoma, in 1962. She was united in marriage to Wilbur Wayman of Goltry in 1963, and to this union were two children Mike and Scott.

She was married to Marty Kaiser of Enid and worked for Shelter insurance.

She is survived by her husband Marty Kaiser, her sons Mike Wayman and wife Janci of Enid and son Scott Wayman of San Antonio, Texas.

She will be greatly missed by two granddaughters Ashley Wayman and Brooke Wayman whom she enjoyed following their many activities.

She is also survived by mother Holly, brother Dix Henneke, sister Kay Werner and was preceded in death by her father Norman.

Norma donated her body to medical research and a celebration of her life was held on June 7th, 2015 featuring numerous musicians from northwest Oklahoma. She was active in civic events as well as the Gaslight community theater in Enid.

Her ashes are spread on her sonís farm near Goltry.

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