July 17, 1939 – Sept 20, 2009
Of Langley, B.C. Predeceased by his wife of 40 years, Sheena in 2001. Survived by his children Jennifer, Joyce and David, grandchildren Megan and Ryan.
Norman was born and raised in Methil, Scotland and came to Canada with his young family in 1968. Arriving first in Winnipeg he was employed at the University of Manitoba in an administrative capacity.
After moving to B.C. in 1974 he owned with his wife the Home Store in Cumberland on Vancouver Island. In the 1970’s and 80’s Norman was very active in the community. He was President of the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce, board member of both the Vancouver Island Chamber of Commerce and the British Columbia Chamber of Commerce. He sat on many organizing committees including Cumberland Empire Days and Lake Days. He especially enjoyed his involvement with the Cumberland Historical Society and the Caledonian Society which as a life long supporter of Scottish music was very close to his heart. Norman was also a long time member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He volunteered for many other activities in and around Cumberland.
After moving to Langley in 1997 he occupied himself with a variety of activities especially Putting, Channel 46 and keeping a seat warm in the Langley Legion with the gang. No service by request.