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In Memory

Terry Norman

Terry Lee Norman

Terry Lee Norman, son of the late Sterling & Helen (Peterson) Norman, was born on June 15, 1943 and departed this life on November 5, 2020. At the time of his passing he was seventy-seven years, four months and twenty-one days of age.

Terry was preceded in passing by one child, Terry Norman Jr.; his parents; and two brothers, Michael Norman and Timothy Norman.

He is survived by three children, Robert & wife Monica Norman, Patrick & wife Maria C. Norman and Lori & husband Mike Haubrich; two step-children, Edward Chase and Diane Rowlands; four grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one sister, Vicki Jolly Pellicori; and one sister-in-law, Marie Sue Norman

Terry was born, raised and graduated from high school in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Shortly after he finished his schooling, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. Once he returned home from his time of service, he was united in marriage to JoAnn Bruenning and to this union four children were born. After their divorce he was united in marriage to Sue Bell and they shared thirty-one years of marriage. Together, they loved to explore the Ozarks.

Terry was a retiree from Massey-Ferguson and AGCO. Originally as a Parts Analyst and later a LAN administrator.

Terry was an avid photographer and photographed the Round Barns of Wisconsin for the Smithsonian. He was also the head of the Racine Camera Club and Wustum Museum Commission.

Per Terry’s wishes cremation has taken place and no services will be held. 

 
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11/11/20 05:32 PM #1    

Jack Siebert

While I didn't know Terry, it is always sad to see another classmate gone too soon. He appears to have left a wonderful legacy which I am sure his family will be able to enjoy for years to come. My condolences to his family and friends.


11/12/20 02:47 PM #2    

John Sturino

Knew Terry when we were small children, our parents were friends. Through the years we kind of went our separate ways.  Sorry to hear of his passing, lots of childhood memories


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