“Uncle Nor was the last of that Golder generation. I fondly remember how he, Grandpa, my Dad, the Grabski brothers, Bob Bykowski and Louis Shultz used to play cards on Friday evenings at Grandpa's house. He never talked about WWII much but to start as a Private and finish as the Regimental Sargent Major is a singularly rare accomplishment. I also remember snacking on the Malecki sausages that he would always bring. He is missed. We're very sorry that we could not be there for his service.
Our most sincere condolences on your loss.
All our love,
Angela and Chris Connor
“Tom, my sincere condolence to you and your family on the passing of your father. My thoughts and prays are with you in the time of sorrow.
“Our condolences to the entire Golder family, Norbert was a great man and will be missed by all. Eric & Gwen Ruppert
“My Uncle Nor will be sadly missed. I'll always remember, when I was a child, how patient Uncle Nor was. Every time I'd see him I'd say "Uncle Nor, wanna hear a joke?" And every single time he'd humor the kid--sure he'd listen to my silly joke. Then he'd laugh when I told it. Really made me feel I was important to him. It was our little special thing, and we had fun together. I'll never forget that. And I'll miss him.
“My condolescence to Carol. John and Tom on the loss of your Dad.
“Deepest Sympathy to the family
I met Norbert when he was a
swimmer at the Lovejoy Pool
he was always very nice.
“Tom and family, Very sorry to hear of your loss.In my thoughts and prayers. Bill Loder.
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Norbert GOLDER passed away in Cheektowaga, New York. Funeral Home for Services for Norbert are being provided by Melvin J. Sliwinski Funeral Home. Obit is featured in Buffalo News.