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Born: Dec 18, 1951

Date of Passing: Dec 25, 2021

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December 18, 1951– December 25, 2021

We sadly announce the passing of Norman Lee Hill, 70 years of age from Winnipeg Manitoba. Norman passed away peacefully at his home on December 25, 2021.
Norman will be missed. Left to grieve are, brother Doug (Linda), sisters, Val (George), Gail, former wife Lillian, daughter Robin (Brad), son Jonathan, grandchildren, Kelsi (Kaitlin), Brendan (Abby), Aryanna, Tianne and all of the nieces and nephews. Predeceased by Howard (Grace) and former wife Rosemary.
Norman loved spending time at his cabin in Petersfield, Manitoba as well as enjoying Sundays being a fan of Nascar.
In his later years he enjoyed visiting with his family and friends. There will be a Celebration of Life in the spring at his cabin.

You will be missed Norman,
Love family and friends.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 11, 2022

Condolences & Memories (11 entries)

  • So sorry Jonathan, take care and keep us posted. Sending our love to all family members. He was quite the Norman. Lots of wonderful memories. - Posted by: Dennis and Cheryl Blair (Friend) on: May 02, 2022

  • Sorry, to hear of Norm’s passing. Condolences to Lillian and daughter, Robin - Posted by: Ram Seepersad (Former Neighbor at 158 Collegiate ) on: Apr 22, 2022

  • My condolences to all Norm's family, to Lil, Robin, & Johnathan, Norm and I worked together at Jack's Roseberry Roco for about seven years and kept in touch ever since. I was so sorry to see how sick he was the last time I was in Wpg and I missed getting his Xmas card the last year. I was hoping he could have got the kidney transplant, but it wasn’t meant to be. He had a special place in my heart, love and prayers Shirley Zolondek (Clarke) - Posted by: Shirley Zolondek (Co-worker and friend) on: Feb 02, 2022

  • I sent in a tribute, don't know where it got to but here is the 2nd one. I'll miss our talks on the telephone & Norman's jokes . Norman always had a few projects on the go on improving the house & the cabin at the lake. His mind was always creating on how to make something better. I'm happy that he isn't suffering anymore & out of pain. I know you will be missed by family & friends. Lots of Love & Hugs, your sister, Gail - Posted by: Gail O'Neill (Sister) on: Jan 23, 2022

  • So sorry to hear of Norman's passing . We have many good memories of visits with your family , in our younger years . Also dear memories of our fathers Albert and Howard at the service stations and especially when they were at Wardlaw and Osborne . My sincere condolences to Norman's dear family , Shirley Snyder (Blank) - Posted by: Shirley Snyder (Family friend) on: Jan 17, 2022

  • Very sorry to hear of Norman’s passing. I have fond memories of family gatherings. Condolences to the family. - Posted by: Bobbie Ramsay-White (Cousin ) on: Jan 13, 2022

  • So sorry to read about Norman. I fondly remember the family gatherings when we were young. My condolences to Norman’s family. - Posted by: Bobbie Ramsay-White (Cousin ) on: Jan 12, 2022

  • My condolences to the family, I will always remember the fun times when we were neighbours at the cabin. Take care all. - Posted by: Connie young (Family friend) on: Jan 12, 2022

  • Sorry to hear of Norm's passing. I met Norm when he was about 12 years old. We had a lot of good times throughout the years. We also worked together for a few years. To bad we drifted apart this past years - Posted by: Gordon Petrie (old friend) on: Jan 12, 2022

  • Sorry for your loss. Remember good times when we were young and Doug and Norman would come to the house with Howard who was friends with our dad Albert. Also remember going to the Petersfield cabin and picking plums. Hugs to the family - Posted by: Louise Blank (Family friend) on: Jan 11, 2022

  • I am so sorry to hear of Norman’s passing. Norman’s dad Howard worked for my father Albert Blank at Esso station and their family were friends to all of us. My sisters and myself have thought of all of you many times and wondered where everyone was. I can remember Norman at our house playing spin the bottle and he had a great time considering there were 3 girls and he was the only boy. I’m sure he will be missed. Birdie - Posted by: Alberta Kozyra (Blank) (Friend of family) on: Jan 11, 2022

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