Norman Allan Bergeron
August 20, 1950-February 1, 2021
Norman Allan Bergeron, our husband, brother, father, grandfather, and friend, passed peacefully with family at his side at the Battleford Union Hospital on Monday, February 1, 2021 at the age of 70 years. A Private Funeral Service will be held at St. Vital Roman Catholic Church on Friday February 5, 2021 with Father Sebastian Kunnath as celebrant. A link to view the Funeral Service will be posted at a later date.
Norman is survived by his loving wife of 47 years Bev; his daughter, Corinna (Darren) and granddaughter, Azalea; his daughter, Michelle (Ryan) and grandsons: Daynton and Domenic; his brother, Maurice (Pat); his sister, Richelle Elliott; and his sisters-in-law: Carol (Larry) Dyck and Jean (Bruce) McNabb. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, as well as friends and former colleagues.
Norman was predeceased by his father, Arthur Bergeron; his mother, Jesse Bergeron; his father-in-law, Ben Kunz; mother-in-law, Betty Kunz; his brothers: Lloyd and Darren Bergeron; his sister, Sheryl Bergeron; his brothers-in-law: Ken Dunlop and Tom Elliott and numerous aunties, uncles, and cousins.
Norman was born in Edam SK, the third child to the late Art and Jesse Bergeron. He wooed the love of his life Bev in Sandwith, SK and they were shortly thereafter married on December 7th, 1974. Norman spent most of his life driving transport trucks, first locally to stay close to his family and later adventuring across most of Western Canada and United States making many lifelong friends along the way. He enjoyed many things including golf, fishing, camping, WWF wrestling and saying yes to anything and everything his grandchildren requested. He was a strong man with a big heart who would not flinch to give the shirt off his back to anyone he knew.
A tremendous and heartfelt thanks go to the Battleford Fire Department and WPD Ambulance for their kindness and support and to the truly exceptional nurses on the 3rd floor Acute Med at the Battleford Union Hospital, who provided much more than nursing care for Norman, but also provided a peaceful and compassionate environment during his transition from this life to the next.
Memorial Donations in Norman’s name can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation 1738 Quebec Ave #26, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V9. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Vanessa Macnab of Eternal Memories Funeral Service & Crematorium.
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