Andrew-NORTON-Obituary

Very Reverend Andrew NORTON

Manukau City, Auckland

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NORTON, Very Reverend Andrew. Our mighty totara has fallen into the arms of the great I Am. Our beloved Andrew passed away on Monday 9 September 2019 at Totara Hospice aged 61. Cherished husband of Sue for nearly 40 years, Dad and hero of Angela, Elliot, Hannah and Jon Taylor, and Phoebe and Ryan...

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So sad to hear of Andrew's passing.Memories from Fairlie High School, not forgotten. Deepest sympathy to all the wider family.
Arohnui
John and Rachel Ross

Joan and Alec

Please accept my deepest sympathy on your great loss of a much loved son. I remember Andrew well from Waimate days when Stuart introduced me to him and your family. My thoughts are with you all.

Kindest regards

June Cox

Sue, So sorry to hear about Andrew.
We lose contact with friends during our lives but never forget the times we have had with them.
Sincere sympathy. Stu Cox

To the Norton family,

May our dear Father comfort you all in this time of loss. We heard Andrew preach one Sunday - thank God for his gracious words. Later we met Andrew and Sue at the church café - we will always remember his cheerful spirit and love.


Love in Christ
John (Whakatane) and Shula (HK) Hill

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Alec & Joan, Glenda, Clare and wider family. Our heart felt condolences on the passing of Andrew.
2 Timothy 4:7

Many good memories of our time together at Glenfield Presbyterian church. Andrew was a living testament to the bigness of our God. The Totara may have fallen but is now replanted in the most fertile forest of all.

My memories of Andrew were from his time at Glenfield Presbyterian. While i haven't seen him in many years, he was great minister. It's a pity that i won't be able to attend this Friday to say bye. Sounds like like there was more to him that i knew about. Rest well Andrew as you are with your Lord and Savior now. My condolences to his family and friends at this time.

I never had the opportunity to meet Andrew, but I feel like I know him through Sue. Sue, who is always kind and caring, made me understand that Andrew must have been just the same. To all of Andrew's friends and family, but especially to Sue, my condolences that you lost someone who was clearly so special.