Posted by Xanthe 23/05/2021
What a privilege to have known you Norman. We shared many laughs over the years. It was a joy to play basketball with you but I believe off the court was even more enjoyable. To your family here and overseas my deepest condolences. Till we meet again
Posted by Peter Fenton 23/11/2020
My sincerest condolences to the Norman's family. May you always cherish his memories in your hearts.
Posted by Gwen Lewis 22/11/2020
Hey Cuz, It was good chatting with you a few months ago, Sleep In Peace your little cuz back in New York City❤️
Posted by Cousin Ursula Coleman 21/11/2020
Norm you were the first officer I met at Ivy and you welcomed me in the team from day one, thank you for all your help and support you were always open for a good chat and I have nothing but appreciation to give you. Thank you
Posted by Bill Houteas 21/11/2020
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Posted by Tamara B. 20/11/2020
My man Normz, You were always a real one my bro and kept it one hunnit. I still remember the day we met and I was like bro where's the top of the stairs whilst we both were standing down the stairs and you pointed up saying I could see it clearer from up here, then we both had a laugh. Even after all those years and running into you in the city when I saw you last and we talked about life. I miss you bro, I can't personally be at your funeral but I still feel your aura G. My condolences to Taylor family and hope you all come through his passing. He was a good man and always spoke with respect and care, much love. Till we meet again big bro one hunnit.
Posted by Kay 20/11/2020
Prayers up for you and your family Norm. You were one of the good guys. Love, light and strength from Keith and the Blue Note crew ❤️
Posted by Keith, Lisa, Lucy, Julie, Wendell and the gang xxx 20/11/2020
BIG Norman, all of us at Prime are still in shock and terribly saddened by your passing... will all miss your smiling face and working with you. RIP BIG GUY. 😢😢😢
Posted by Stephen Urch 20/11/2020
Anna Taylor,'" DID I TELL YOU TODAY"
Posted by A 20/11/2020
Posted by Cousin Muriel 20/11/2020
Norman we will miss your smiling face. May you Rest In Peace. 💙💜
Posted by Diane Gal 19/11/2020
Norman you were a wonderful man .. May you Rest In Peace .. You are with our LORD now.. We will never forget you ..🙏🏻✝️💜
Posted by Lisa Andrews 19/11/2020
Posted by Saad Abid 18/11/2020
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Posted by Divinity Funerals 17/11/2020