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Norman "Norm" Berton Law
Date of Death: September 20, 2018
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Norman “Norm” Berton Law, 82, of Frederick County, Virginia passed away Thursday, September 20, 2018, at his home Mr. Law was born in 1936 in Miami, Florida, the son of the late Berton and Margaret Law. He graduated from Miami Jackson High School. Mr. Law retired from the Dade County Fire Department in Florida, where …
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Becky Tindall left a message on September 26, 2018:
Sending prayers and sympathy to you and your family in the home going of your loved one. Will remember your hospitality when we met. I came with Jane to visit many years ago
Alan Stone left a message on September 25, 2018:
Donna and family, Norman's passing was a shock when Bobby Griner told me. I'm sorry for your loss. I have one of his paintings to remember him by. He was a heck of an artist, craftsman, and athlete. He combined a gentle soul with a fierce competitor. He was really good at a lot of things. I value the times I spent with him. May God give you guidance and comfort.
Alan Stone left a message on September 24, 2018:
My profound condolences go out to Donna and the family. My relationship with Norman ended way too soon when he moved out of Dade. But I still have his painting of an EAL Lockheed L-1011 on my wall. Norm was one of the most unassuming, caring, talented, athletic "nice guys" that I know. I hope we'll all meet up a little later.
John R. Tomasetti left a message on September 22, 2018:
Dear Donna and family.It is with great sadness that I offer my most sincere heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your loved one,and my longtime friend.I could write a book about our 77 years of friendship,but there's not enough room here.He was a good man,a great artist,good family man,and had many friends.I will always miss him.
Robert Griner left a message on September 22, 2018:
As Norm's cousin, I remember growing up in Miami, Fl where our whole family lived. We spent many weekends with our entire family water skiing and eating at the shore. Norm was a very accomplished skier and artist. He won scholarships as a car designer through the Fisher Body Craftsman Guild national car design competition. He became a very good tennis competitor who played with tennis players who competed in the international Wimbeldon tournament. I will always remember our attendance at the University of Miami football games. He will be missed by many. I'm sure his mom and dad met him as he entered heaven. Miss you cuz. See you some day down the road.
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Erle Grubb left a message on September 22, 2018:
Norman's sense of design was one of the things he valued most. That sense ranged from automobiles to art. I knew when he was young and living in Miami, he sculpted clay models of car designs. Later, he turned his attention to creating original paintings of aircraft, birds, and nature. His keen interest included working with printing specialists to reproduce his artwork to exacting standards in order to preserve the look and feel of the original with as many details as possible. I will be thinking of Norman as I take pleasure in his paintings on the walls of my home each day. Thank you, Norman, for all that we will remember you by.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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