NORMAN JOSEPH "NORM" BURGER
1951 - 2021
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NORMAN "NORM" JOSEPH BURGER
Norman "Norm" Burger, age 69, a resident of Fort Mohave, Arizona, passed away on Thursday, April 22, 2021. He was born on September 22, 1951 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
He served in the U.S. Air Force.
His company for 28 years was Norm Burger Painting, painting homes and business's in the Tri-State area.
Norm is survived by his wife, Laurie Sullivan-Burger; and his three son's, Ross James Burger, Raymond John Burger, and Norman Edward Burger.

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Published in Mohave Daily News Online from May 2 to May 9, 2021.
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7 entries
May 8, 2021
My sincerest sympathy to the Burger family. I am saddened to recently hear about his passing. He also had painted my home. He is easy to remember. Very pleasant, and a master of his craft. I think of him every time I look at my home. I am thankful to have known him. I am sincerely sorry for your loss. The more you love someone, the more it hurts. ("_)
Michael J Perniciaro
Acquaintance
May 4, 2021
Norm was an always happy man who was proud of his family, very patriotic, excellent at his profession and who did quality work at fair prices. He painted our home last year and we referred many people to him. We are sorry to hear of his passing and send our heartfelt sympathy to his family.
Brad and Linda Hoover
Acquaintance
May 2, 2021
Dear Laurie, Ross, Raymond and Norman,
We were in the state of shock when we read todays newspaper. We send our Deepest Heartfelt Sympathy. May God's promise of eternal life sustain you during this time of loss. All Our Love, Coach John and Yvonne Morales
John Morales
Friend
May 2, 2021
Norm painted many rooms in addition to the exterior of our home. Whenever we heard of anyone looking for a painter Norm was always our go to. The last time he was at our home he was talking about retirement and my first thought was not how happy I was for him.. but selfishly what am I going to do without Norm to do all my painting. Well Norm you will be missed by so many. We loved you not only for your painting but the kind and compassionate man you were. Heaven will be a happier and more colorful with you there. RIP
Danny & Jill Rios
May 2, 2021
Brother, You are in my memories and always in my heart. Love and hugs for Laurie, Ross, Ray and Norm. ❤ Love you always, your little Sis.
Maureen Hirschler
Family
May 2, 2021
Norm was an absolute gentleman! He painted two of my homes and I referred him to many people for his quality and fair prices. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I know he was looking forward to retirement.. now in the eternal arms of our Lord and Savior! My deepest condolences to Laurie and family.
Cindy Frizelle
Acquaintance
April 30, 2021
I want to express my condolences and say sorry to the burger family and everyone else who is sadden by his loss. Uncle Norman was an amazing man! I spent most of my summers with my Uncle, Aunt and Cousins. He was full of love, compassion, dedication and generosity. I can still hear him calling me his "Kan-of-dice." I will treasure the times we spent together and through those memories he will always live on. I love you Uncle Norm.
Love always, Kandis Croteau.
Kandis Croteau
Family
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