After spending the last three years in care, Norman’s time on this earth came to a very peaceful end. Norman was a long time member of Cambridge Park with a great sense of humour and fun, which helped get him through the time when he was so poorly and, of course, gave him, his family and friends much laughter and joy whilst he was alive.
His daughter Tracy (the CP Book keeper), son Neil, and Sheila M (his partner) were with him as he gently slipped away to join the other bowlers in the sky. Was Norman the first to use a ‘bowling arm’ at Cambridge Park? Maybe the first to use it so successfully.
The funeral will be at Mortlake Crematorium on Thursday 1st June at 1.20 pm and afterwards there’ll be a chance to celebrate Norman’s life at Cambridge Park, raising a glass/mug or two and remembering and sharing snippets.
Family flowers only but if you would like to make a donation in Norman’s memory, there will be a collection in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society which you cna access online via Keates Funeral Directors – http://www.love2donate.co.uk//inmemory/identify_name.php?bc=289
Our thoughts are with Tracy, Neil and Sheila at this sad time.