Words can't discribe how we are feeling right now. Your loss is our loss too. I wish that we could turn back the clock and make the outcome different. If we could, we certainly would. There is a greater power that makes that decision. We just heard the news a few days ago. It has taken those days just to get over the shock. I still can't think about losing Norm without crying. We would have been at the funeral, if we had known. We wish you and the family the best, and if there is anything we can do for you, please let us know. We will continue to pray for you. Forever Friends, Peanut and Carol
Pam and family,
My deepest sympathy to all of you. I worked with Norm a few years back, and he was a co-worker who did make you laugh, who cared about people and had a great spirit. I am very sorry for your loss.
Pam, We are very sorry and saddened to hear about Norm. He was a great co-worker. He genuinely cared about the people he worked with and he made us smile and laugh every day. He will be missed. Our sympathy to you and your family. Linda Spencer and David Pridham
Pam and Family, I am so so sorry to hear of your loss, he was a special man and I know he was loved so much by the sports family of Lisbon. Ray coached him years ago when he play little league. Please know that if you need anything you can call on me for anything. Take care.
My heart goes out to the hall family, through many years of watching my parents and norm and many friends play softball he touched every single one of us, the service today showed his sense of humor, an all around great guy! Rest in peace and smile upon your family and friends. You will never be forgotten!