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Condolence From: The Carl Hassig Family
Condolence: Our family first met Norm and Maxine back in the 1950s, and had known them well
over the years. Norm was a kind man with a gentle wisdom. So sorry he is gone.
Sunday January 28, 2018
Condolence From: Phil Bacus
Condolence: I'm truly sorry to hear of Norm's passing. Norm was my very first boss of my working life. He hired me as a mechanic right out of high school when he owned the FINA service station that is now Enterprise car rental. He started his business in that station and did so well selling Goodyear tires from it that Goodyear convinced him to build the store as it stands now. I don't know who wrote the obit notice, but they left a lot of he and his families history here in Broomfield. It would probably take 2 or 3 pages of print to tell their story. Norm and I didn't see each other much in the past years but I did value his friendship greatly. He will surely be missed.
Saturday January 27, 2018
Condolence From: Brad and Melinda Mackie
Condolence: We truly miss Norm's sense of humor, the memories of early Broomfield he shared with us, his stories of growing up in the good old days, his love for anything with an engine, the kind words he spoke of about his wife, and our friendship with him. Norm will never be forgotten, and the house on the corner will always be Norm's.

Thinking of his family and very good friends he met along with way.
Thursday January 25, 2018
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