Normand O. Lamoureux

Agawam, Massachusetts


Agawam, Massachusetts


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Normand O. Lamoureux, 91, passed away peacefully Sunday, February 14, 2021. His family wishes to thank all for the kindness they have shown. Services are private. Colonial Forastiere Funeral & Cremation, Agawam has been entrusted with arrangements.

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We were fortunate to have had Norm as a friend. No surprise that he chose Valentines Day to reunite with his Rosie. God bless!

Norm will be missed for his kindness and great sense of humor at Twin Hills CC

Such a great man. He gave me my start back in the late seventies. I never forgot the way he treated his employee's. My condolences to all of his wonderful family.

That non descriptive, short obituary is exactly what anyone who knew Norman would expect. For a gentleman that wanted no attention paid to him what-so-ever, he lavished praise on those he called a friend. All he wanted was conversation and companionship with those fortunate enough to be in his presence.
I will miss the many times driving Norman to lunch or to Twin Hills to play golf. I will miss anytime a new waitress or waiter would come to take Norman's order and he would ask if...

So sorry to hear, he was my godfather, my condolences to the family. I have many great childhood memories with "Uncle Norm". With deepest sympathy.

Paul, Denise and GaiI, am very sorry to hear of Norm's passing. He'll be in good hands and united Rose once again. As I remember him always the happiest man in the room. His dedication to family and friends was a characteristic that was one in a million. He will be missed and my memories will be cherished. Peace to you at this difficult time.

Our sympathies to the Lamoureux family at this sad time. With his quick and jovial wit, Norman was always fun to spend time with. His genuine personality will be missed. Here’s to a life well lived. Sincerely, Pat and Paul Robillard

I have fond memories of Normand as director and customer of City Cooperative Bank. He was a wonderful caring person who brought out the best in people. My deepest condolences to the family. May he Rest In Peace.