In loving memory of

Norma McMillen
October 7, 1936 - August 22, 2022

Norma M McMillen, of Birnamwood, died Monday, August 22, 2022, at Clover Leaf Terrace in Birnamwood. She was 85 years old. She was born on October 7, 1936, in Antigo, a daughter of Charles and Adeline (Goebel) Motts. She married Myron Augustyn, the couple later divorced. She married John McMillen on March 17, 1973, in Antigo. He preceded her in death on October 8, 2011.

Norma was employed at Amron, Checkal Seed Farm, Malliette Bus Company, and Canopy Gardens.

She was a member of Four Corners Assembly of God, White Lake.

Norma was a talented musician who could play any instrument. She enjoyed volunteering at Evergreen Terrace and at church.

Survivors include two sons, Joe (Lois) Augustyn and Pete (Pam) Augustyn both of Antigo; a daughter, Susan (Steven) Reimer of Granbury, Texas; two daughters-in-law, Susan Augustyn of Chandler, Ariz. and Dorene Augustyn of Fort Worth, Texas; 15 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; and a sister, Rose Hopkins. She is also survived by step-children and many step-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by three sons, Mark, Philip, and Paul.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, August 26, 2022, at 11 a.m. at Four Corners Assembly of God, White Lake, with Rev. Marvin Kindle officiating. Visitation will be Friday from 10 a.m. until the time of service.


Deana Shestak wrote on Aug 24, 2022:

"I am so sorry for your loss. I am thinking about your Mom today and remembering when I went to the Christian Book Store on 5th Avenue to listen to her play the accordion. Simply beautiful. The many visits she made to say hi and brighten my day at the front window. Norma was so proud of when I gave her a wooden gun shelf and her Grandson Lucas (sure hope I got that right if not I am so sorry) "reinvented it". Norma was a fun, loving woman. Deepest sympathy to her family and friends, Deana Shestak"

Brad Crandall wrote on Aug 23, 2022:

"When I was a kid we would stay over night sometimes . My fondest memory is that one time, on new years I was setup on the fold out bed in the living room watching the many cartoons that grandma had. She came out and we watched the ball drop in New York with me. She had so many toys, and her house and yard was an adventure. I will never forget her."