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Norma Wheeler grew up in a poor town in Arkansas where she met her late husband. They moved to Milwaukee when she was young; he worked at a junkyard on the South Side while she raised their six children. Eventually, Wheeler went to work, as well, but when he was diagnosed with cancer she came home to care for him.
Read more about Norma Wheeler at milwaukeestories.org.
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