Norma Moore Fletcher

Norma Moore Fletcher

Norma Moore Fletcher, “Memer” to her grandchildren, 87, of Monticello, passed away Friday, October 30, 2020, at the Woods Nursing and Rehab in Monticello.

She was born August 18, 1933, in Little Rock to the late Ralph H. Moore and Eva Calhoun Moore. She was also preceded in death by her sister, Corynn Moore French; her brother-in-law, A.O. French; and her brother, Patrick Finch Moore.

Norma worked for many years in the Monticello School District as a secretary and retired from the Arkansas River Educational Coop in Pine Bluff. She was a member of First United Methodist Churches in Pine Bluff and Monticello, where she taught the young couples Sunday School class for several years. She was also a long-time member of PEO.

Norma was a lifelong social butterfly always enjoying family and friends. She also welcomed any and all to their home for fun and fellowship and have husband Joe cook and bake for everyone. She loved to entertain and always looked forward to all of the family reunions. She was pampered and spoiled by her husband Joe for over 69 years. Mrs. Norma never met a stranger and was always up in “everybody’s business.”

Survivors include her husband of 69 years, Franklin Joe Fletcher of Monticello; three sons, Tony Fletcher (Kimberly) of Monticello, Terry Fletcher (Tonya) of Little Rock and Tim Fletcher (Aly) of Shreveport, LA; seven grandchildren, Rex Fletcher (Meghann) of Fort Smith, Chloe Fletcher of Little Rock, Sydney Fletcher Moss (Mark) of Shreveport, LA, Sally Jo Fletcher Fischer (Hayden) of Little Rock, Peyton Fletcher James (Jo) of Austin, AR, and Caroline Copeland and Pierce Copeland of Shreveport, LA; and two great grandchildren, Fletcher Andrew Moss of Shreveport, LA and Kai Allen James of Austin, AR; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 4, 2020, at Stephenson-Dearman Funeral Chapel.

Online guestbook at The family would like to thank all the special staff at the Woods Nursing Facility of Monticello and members of Arkansas Hospice for their loving care of our special lady.