Norman Henry GOMLAK

Buffalo, New York

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Dear Colleen and Norm,
I was saddened to hear your father had died. I would have been at the service and offering support had I still been in Buffalo. It is so tough losing a parent. Debbie reminded me of our cute Norman story back when we bumped into him at the Aud after an Arlo Guthrie concert and he helped us secure an autograph. Nice guy! God bless your whole family during this difficult time.

Carol and Judy - Growing up together we had wonderful times....I think of them often. Norman turned me on to Johnny Cash when I was him to this very day......what a guy your brother was....I still remember his white (cream) sport coat and his brown buckskin jacket....he was an original. I can't think about him without smiling.
You are all in our prayers. Diane Rybaczeski Rodabaugh

I work in the office at New Frontiers in TBI. Norm... what can I say.. he brought us joy,laughter and love for Johnny Cash. His knowledge of anything and everything amazed us all. When my son was in Iraq he inquired about him often. His concern was heart felt. He loved his family, food and life! We will miss him dearly!

So sorry to hear of Norman's death. My sympathies to all the family.

Rest In Peace Norm.

Norm, I'm sorry to hear of your dad's passing, and I hope you and your family are bearing up well. It strikes me that it's been 14 years since my own father's death, and I still think of him often, reflecting how much he would have enjoyed some event or what he would have said -- and so, in effect, still sharing it with him.

Norm, I'm very sorry to read this morning of your father's passing. I had just asked about you last evening in an e-mail exchange with Jeff Baron. God bless you and your family at this sad time.

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.


Norman's Obituary

Norman GOMLAK passed away in Buffalo, New York. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on August 14, 2010.