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March 19, 2014
I won't forget Norm. He use to wait for me pacing back and forth on the day I was to show up so I could see whatever it was that he bought and was excited about. I remember the metal detector, the new furniture, his fishing flies, so much that he enjoyed. Norm always had a joke to tell too when you got there. The best part was lunch, he always made me a delicious meal. I didn't like beer, but we had a beer with the meal on occasion and I drank it because he didn't drink alone. I talk a lot when I drink, I could tell he thought it was funny. He sent me home with plants even on the days I rode my motorcycle there. Norm introduced me to shallots. I hate onions, but I cook with shallots. I took him milk cartons, lots of them, from my job at Crowleys for his plants. I could write a lot here. It sure was a great place to work and visit. Norm made a big contribution in life.
Thanks Norm.
March 19, 2014
We were fortunate to be acquainted with Norm and were bestowed each year with tomato plants that he nurtured from seed in his greenhouse. Norm lived a full life and enjoyed his wonderful family. Rest in peace Norm...You will be missed!
March 19, 2014
Dear Margie, Frank, Jessica, Claire, Molly & family,
I am so deeply sorry for your great loss. May your treasured memories help you through the days, weeks and months ahead.
God be with you,
Kimberly Gaylord Gregor
March 19, 2014
When my daughter Elease married into the Stewart family, it was a blessing. And it became my privilege to be acquainted with Norm and enjoy his very witty sense of humor, to hear some stories about his life experiences, and to see the love he had for his family. He was a delightful, kind, and humble gentleman and family man. I will miss him.
March 19, 2014
Gentle, kind, funny, witty and so much more. So honored to have gotten the great grandpa nods for baby Zach. You certainly loved all your family with your whole heart! Until we meet again...we love & miss you forever!

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