Condolence: I met Norman when he was an Electrolux representative. For years he would help me if my machine needed work. He would come, have a cup of tea and take my machine home to fix it personally. He was such a generous man and always full of stories while his beloved dog would wait for him in the car.
He told me about his cycling and also about a time he accompanied his niece to a dance competition in London, England.
Rachael and family I am sorry for your loss. I will always remember him in my heart.
Sue Love, Kanata
Condolence: I am very sorry to learn that Norman has passed, he left a wonderful mark on many lives. I hope a passage at John 5:28, 29 brings comfort to all who are grieving his passing. May we all look ahead to seeing our loved ones like Norman alive again.
Condolence: To this day Norman cycling coaching remains part of my training and now part of my coaching to my young son. Its one man that truly had a positive impact as an athlete and as a person. Rachel, my sincère sympathies. Take care.