Norma Jean Wynder Chisholm, age 79, of Holladay Utah, passed away peacefully in her home due to health complications on July 3, 2022.\n\nNorma Jean was born in Cardston, Alberta, Canada on October 17, 1942, to Max and Ruth Haycock Wynder. She was the second of five children. Her family moved to the US when she was 10 and was raised in Millcreek, UT. She attended Brigham Young University and worked for the Bell Telephone Company for many years. She married David John Chisholm on June 24, 1966, in the Salt Lake Temple for time and all eternity. They bought a house in Holladay and mom made it a home where they raised their family. They spent the rest of their lives serving neighbors and the local community.\n\nNorma Jean served faithfully in many ward and stake callings in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had a strong testimony of the Savior and His plan for us. She had a beautiful singing voice and was able to serve others through her love of music. She always kept herself busy with knitting, crocheting, cooking, baking, and keeping a well-run household. She loved to read, play card games, and was a BYU Sports fan. Mom enjoyed talking to her friends and family, and planning BBQ’s and gatherings in their beautiful yard.\n\nAs she struggled later in life with various health challenges, she never complained. She dealt with her challenges bravely and never wanted to be a burden on anyone. After her husband David passed away, she remained as independent as possible and taught us endurance and perseverance by taking on new challenges daily. Even though she was homebound she found ways to bless others through phone calls and sending cards and treats.\n\nNorma Jean is survived by her siblings and five daughters: Heather Simmons (Dyke), Murray; Bonniejean Parker (Eric), Hooper; Brooke Lemburg (Steve), Layton; Amber Cooley (Jared), California; Kathleen Potts (Adam), West Jordan; 12 grandchildren, 1 granddaughter on the way, and one great-grandchild.\n\nThank you to the Cottonwood First Ward family for their many years of friendship and love, and to her neighbors for their loving service.\n\nFuneral Services will be held Saturday, July 9, 2022 at 11:00 am at the Cottonwood Stake building; 1830 E. 6400 S., Murray, Utah. A viewing will be held at that same location before the service from 9:00 -10:45 am.\n\n In lieu of flowers: Please donate to the Latter Day Saint Humanitarian Aid Fund https://philanthropies.churchofjesuschrist.org/humanitarian-services or Myasthenia Gravis Research https://myasthenia.org/Research\n\nInterment: Elysian Burial Gardens located at 1075 E. 4580 S., Millcreek, Utah.