Norma was born on 17 NOV 1950 in Osage City, Osage County, Kansas, the daughter of Charles J Bartee and Barbara Maxine Sturm.
She died on 25 SEP 2009 in Carbondale, Osage County, Kansas.
Her husband was Ronald Dean (Private) Prost. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. Their three known children were Christopher Norman (Private) (1977-?), Daniel Patrick (Private) (1983-?) and Shelley Joann (Private) (1994-?).
|Birth||17 NOV 1950||
|Death||25 SEP 2009||
|Burial||3 OCT 2009||
|Occupation||Child Day Care|
!Source: James A Hotchkiss and Barbara Prost.
!Per Ron Prost: Born on 17 Nov 1950 in OSAGE CITY, Kansas.
!Source: The Topeka Capital-Journal, http://www.legacy.com/CJOnline/Obituaries.asp?Page=LifeStory&PersonId=133516475
Norma Lois Bartee Prost
CARBONDALE- Norma Lois Bartee Prost, 58, passed away Friday, September 25, 2009, at her home in Carbondale. She was born November 17, 1950, in Burlingame, the daughter of Charles and Barbara Sturm Bartee. She graduated from Osage City High School in 1969. Norma married Ronald Dean Prost on June 21, 1969. They moved to Carbondale in 1971. After her marriage she was assistant manager for Woolworths at White Lakes Mall in Topeka until 1983. She operated Prost Day Care Center for 16 years from 1983 to 1999 when she went to work in the 434 school district for Three Lakes Cooperative in Lyndon as a paraprofessional. Norma was a long time member of the Santa Fe Trail After Prom Committee. Survivors include her husband Ron of the home; a daughter, Shelley Prost of the home; two sons, Christopher and his wife Pich in Shanghi, China and Daniel Prost, Topeka; and a sister-in-law, Rita Bartee, Osage City. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Steven Bartee on February 13, 2009. Memorial services will be at 11:00 AM, Saturday, October 3, with a lunch to follow at the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Osage City. Memorial contributions can be made to the Santa Fe Trail High School After Prom. VanArsdale Funeral Chapel in Osage City is in charge of arrangements.
!Source: Ron Prost.