Normand Klemesrud, 67, Floyd County Attorney, died in August 2014, in Mason City, IA. He was born in Charles City. He served in the U.S. Navy in the Mediterranean. Normand served the citizens of Floyd County in multiple capacities, including magistrate, juvenile referee, and as county attorney. In addition, he provided legal counsel for the Floyd County Memorial Hospital and many individuals during his years in private practice. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Floyd County Bar Association, Iowa State Bar Association, Iowa County Attorneys Association, American Legion, the Floyd County Democratic Party, Charles City Elks Lodge and St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church. Normand took pleasure in cooking at the church for Wednesday night suppers. He enjoyed fishing, pontooning, and camping at the family lots on the lake in Nashua. He was an avid reader and writer. Normand’s great knowledge of the law was eclipsed only by his strong sense of fairness. He never wavered in his pursuit of justice and he believed that one should always do the right thing, no matter how difficult or unpopular it was. Normand is survived by his wife of 46 years, Linda Ann; three children, Nathaniel Elihu Klemesrud, Charles City, Jason Carl Klemesrud, St. Louis Park, MN, and Kari Marie Klemesrud and her fiancé Matt Bluhm; four grandchildren, Tyler Elihu, Madison Marie, Samantha Rose, and Teagan Marie; four siblings, Kathy (Bill) Jacobs, Charles City; Jimmy (Joyce) Klemesrud, New Richmand, WI; Bill (Sharlet) Klemesrud, Floyd, and Greg (Myrna) Klemesrud, Mason City.