Norma J. Radloff

Norma J. Radloff age 86 passed away Friday, September 8, 2023, in Springdale, Arkansas.

Norma was born June 5, 1937, in Iowa City, Iowa to Theodore and Carrie (Holman) Harless.

Norma lived most of her younger years in the Missouri Valley, Logan area.  She attended Logan High School.  Norma married James Radloff on April 4, 1953.  They later divorced and Norma moved to Rogers, Arkansas, she found employment in Bentonville, AR, working for Kraft Foods until she retired.

Norma liked growing beautiful flowerbeds and watching western movies. She also enjoyed spending time in the backyard grilling with her family.

Norma is survived by daughters: Vicki (Lyle) Woodard, Janice Parker, Sandy Rife, Sons: William Radloff, Gary (Jannie) Radloff, son in law Randy Scott, 47 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren, 1 niece and 1 nephew.

Norma is preceded in death by her parents Ted and Carrie Harless, brothers: Bill, Duane, and Merlin Harless, sisters: Letha and Joyce Harless, daughter Cindy Scott, son in law Leonard Parker and two great grandsons.

A visitation will be held 10:00a.m~12:00p.m Friday, September 15, 2023.

Luncheon will be at the Eagles Club following the interment.

Memorials to be directed to the family.

In Loving Memory Of

Norma J. Radloff


June 5, 1937                             Iowa City, Iowa

Entered Into Rest

September 8, 2023          Springdale, Arkansas

Funeral Service

12:00 p.m. Friday, September 15, 2023

Hennessey Funeral Home

Missouri Valley, Iowa


Pastors Donnie & Carolyn Bothwell

Music Selections

“Old Rugged Cross”

“Go Rest High On That Mountain”

Pall Bearers

Marvin Jones                                Brian Cooper

Charles Reynolds                   Ann Jones~Collier

Timothy Oxner                              James Smith

Final Resting Place

Preparation Canyon Cemetery

Moorhead, Iowa


1 Condolence

  • Suzanne Ferguson Posted September 13, 2023 12:46 pm

    I was very lucky to have met Norma. Wish I could have known her in her younger years. The stories she told and how much she wanted to go live by herself in an apartment when we visited her. She lived her life. She loved her kids and her grandkids. I wish I could have visited her one last time. My condolences to the family. Hugs 🤗 and know she is now with you every day.

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