Norman Bowes

April 9, 1954 - December 7, 2022
December 9, 2022 7 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

Norman’s family is saddened to announce his passing, on December 7, 2022.

Norman is a true warrior with his strength and courage in his battle with cancer for two years, he is an example of courage to all of us.

Norman was an avid swimmer – swimming every day until he had to give that up due to his laryngectomy. Norman could still be seen walking and visiting with, his dog Romeo – people at the pool and neighborhood. Norman always made anyone he met feel welcome. Norman will be truly missed as will his smile. Rest in peace, my love.

Funeral Service at St. Clare’s Church, Friday, December 16th at 1:00 pm.
The address is 6310 118 Ave.
Refreshments to follow at the church.

  1. Sending prayers and thoughts. May you find peace in the memories you cherish 💐

    Michelle Harty

  2. Hugs and prayers to Linda and family. Sorry 😢 for your loss.

  3. It was a great pleasure to meet and get to know Norm. I crossed paths with him years ago at Cafe Orleans not realizing that our paths would cross again. When Linda talked about Norm I had no idea it was him until we got together. Well to my surprise I was looking at a man I already knew. Our friendship became stronger and we spent time together. Linda and Norm came out in the summer to share time in the backyard and we also made a memorable trip to Victoria this past April which is more precious than I can explain! Norman you will be truly missed and as I told you ‘Linda will be well looked after’. Forever in our hearts ♥️

  4. Norman was such an amazing person. He was always there to support and cheer on my brothers and I in our sports and school events. He always made sure to call us for our birthday. Norman was always an uncle figure to us and will be dearly missed. I love and miss you.

  5. So sorry we have lost such a wonderful human being. Always willing to lend a hand or stop and chat. Seeing Norm and Romeo strolling through the neighbourhood is a precious memory I will always cherish. Thanks for being such a good neighbour and friend. Rest In Peace, pain free.

  6. Barb and I have had the pleasure of calling Norm our friend for over 42 years. We thank him for bringing Linda into the fold. I met Norm while we both wore tuxedos as waiters at a fine dining, rooftop restaurant. I don’t think either of us looked as dapper since then. Barb and I looked forward to Norm’s and Linda’s annual trips to Victoria; they became the tradition of how we welcomed Spring each year. I was never able to learn the magic of his grin or sparkle, but he did teach me to overcome my fear of wearing hats. I adopted his fedora look, albeit with far less panache. Norm was one of the sincerest and kindest people we have known. We will surely miss him. Thank you dear friend, Mr. Bowes.

  7. My deepest sympathy to Linda and family. Norman was a
    good friend and I will miss him. Ron

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