Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Elson, Norman Louis (Card of Thanks on 18 Jun 1998)
appeared in Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 24 Jun 1998, Classified, p. 13, column 3


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ELSON, Norman Louis -- Died peacefully June 18th in Georgetown Memorial Hospital surrounded by loving relatives and friends. He suffered a stroke on Wednesday, May 27th. Norman was born in Bristol, England in 1902. Most of his business life was in the toy industry where he was president of Lines Brothers Canada. His retirement life was spent in Bellinfad and Georgetown, and its people, its library and gardening were his fond pursuits and enjoyment. Gardening activity was his life to the very end and he would often say "I am a very lucky man." Norman's wife Berta died in 1976. They were happily married for 53 years. In England, he is succeeded by his brother John , sister-in-law Anne and nieces and nephews including Jan, Jenny, Semantha, Dominic, Roger and Pauline, in Canada he leaves his sons Ted and Chris and their wives Nel and Wendy (Evans) and grandchildren Eric, Donald, Stephan, Adenne, Ashleigh and Kent, and great-grandchild, Meaghann. In California he leaves his nephew Pete and wife Sonja. The family will hold a private Cremation. There will be a memorial Service at the St. George's Anglican Church, Georgetown.

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Genealogical Resource
Newspaper
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Card of Thanks
Clippings
Date of Publication:
24 Jun 1998
Date Of Event:
18 Jun 1998
Last Name(s):
Elson
Local identifier:
Halton.BMD.295462
Language of Item:
English
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Elson, Norman Louis (Card of Thanks on 18 Jun 1998)