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February 23, 2018

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May 4, 2012
Dear Suzanne: I just heard from my mother about Norman's death He sounds like a wonderful person and I am so terribly sorry. You are so thoughtful and helpful to me and to my mother and I wish you didn't have to go through this. My thoughts are with you.

Andrea Loewenstein
May 3, 2012
Dear Suzanne, Daniella and Seth,
My deeepest sympathy to you all. Southfield seems so far away standing at the events.
My thought are with you,
April 29, 2012
Norman was a fellow windsurfer and an inspiring mentor! Smart, civic minded, always willing to help fellow windsurfers, especially at Community boating. My condolences to this family. Many others will dearly miss him.
April 26, 2012
Cousin Norman – brilliant, wickedly funny and engaged in all things physically and cerebrally challenging. A devoted family man. It was your highest achievement among so many. I think of you again today, weeks after your catastrophic fall as I look at those photos you shared with me of your adventures with Suzanne, Seth and Daniella. You lived a big life and you are sorely missed. I so enjoyed our email exchanges and our last time together in California with cousin Gerald.
Rest in peace and God bless.
Vivien