• "Well, some of us would be wont to say: "Good old Norm", and..."
    - Murray Sharp
  • "Great life story. Thinking of you and your family at this..."
  • "Nicely written obituary Noreen. We will miss him."
    - Leslie Sherling

On May 21, 2018, at Crossroads Hospice, Norm lost his battle with Lymphoma. He had caught his last fish, climbed his last mountain, given away his decoys and went "Over the Rainbow Bridge" to meet up with his dogs, the old Norse Legend, says would be waiting! Norm was born in his grandparent's farmhouse near Montmartre, Sask. He was the son of Don and Kay Sherling who were long time residents of Cranbrook, B.C. Norm graduated from Mount Baker High School and he went on to U.B.C, where, in 1959, he received his degree in Mechanical Engineering. An avid curler for many years, Norm was the first president of the newly opened Port Moody Curling Club and very active in the training of many new curlers as well as starting the Junior Curling Program. He was also Chairman of the Prostate Cancer Support Group for the Tri-Cities for 15 Years. Norm is survived by his wife of 58 years, Noreen; sons, Mark (Neelam), Grant (Leslie) and much loved granddaughter Rachel. There will be an informal gathering on Sunday, June 24, from 1-4 p.m. at the Pitt Meadows Golf Course, 13615 Harris Rd. Pitt Meadows. Please, come for some refreshments with the families and friends. Donations in memory of Norm to Crossroads Hospice Society or B.C. Prostate Cancer Foundation would be greatly appreciated.

Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province from June 14 to June 17, 2018
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