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September 3, 2014
In the 1950's Norm Willey would workout during the off seasons on our baseball field in Pine Grove, WV where he had attended high school. He was always very responsive to any questions we would ask about college and sports. He was a mass of a man!
September 30, 2013
I know this is two years late, but I have lived in Florida since leaving Pennsville and joining the Air Force. I recently acquired a couple of football trading cards of the "Wildman" including the one in this obit. I googled his name and learned of his passing. He was my Driver Ed and Gym teacher at PMHS. He was always a great guy and will be missed throughout the community. I just recently came across a great article written in Sports illustrated a few years ago concerning his infamous 17 sack game against the Giants. When the reporter asked "how do you know you had 17 sacks?" Norms answer was : back in thouse days we were paid $10 a sack. The films would be reviewed on Monday and the paycheck tuesday. I received and extra $170.00 in my pay check." He optimized a player playing for the love of the game, not for the money. My condolences to the entire Willey, Lange, Gorman families.
October 8, 2011
I met Norm at New Castle DE McDonalds. We would sit around with a bunch of guys and talk about anything and everything. I will remember Norm for his many jokes and the friendship we developed.
September 2, 2011
Norman lives in my heart forever. He was a special guy. Jimmy, Sweetie, and I miss him very much, and always will.
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