In Celebration of

Norman Potter

July 27, 1933 -  December 14, 2018

It is with great sadness to inform family & friends that Norman Roy Potter, 85 of Milton, Ontario passed away peacefully at the Ian Anderson House in Oakville, Ontario after a long struggle with cancer on the evening of Friday, December 14, 2018.

Survived by his loving wife of 64 years Betty (nee Stone), Son Jeffrey (Kory), Daughters Lynn (Jim) Burnison & Jennifer, Brother Ron. Sadly missed by Granddaughter Courtney Burnison.
Norman was preceded in death by his parents, brother William & sister Sheila.

Cremation has already taken place.
Visitation will take place from 2-3pm at Turner & Porter Neweduk-Erin Mills Chapel, 1981 Dundas Street West, Mississauga on Saturday, December 29th, 2018.
A Celebration of Life will commence at 3 pm.
Refreshments will be served following the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, or Ian Anderson House, Oakville.

Special thanks to Dr. Lucy Horvat, Paramed Nurses & PSW's that took special care of Norman at home. Extended thanks to IAH for the love, care & support you expressed to Norman & Family during his final days.


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Lynn (Potter) Burnison (Father)

Entered December 17, 2018

So full of compassion, love and strength. When we needed a strong hand of support in our family, you were always there. Thank you for acting like a kid when I was a kid, acting like a friend when I needed a friend, and acting like a parent when I needed one.
You will always be in my Heart!! Luv you xoxoxo until we meet again

Gillian and John Forsey (Friends)

Entered December 19, 2018 from Parry Sound

Please accept our deepest sympathies. Norm was a wonderful man and we have many fond memories of times spent with him. Love Gillian and John

Mike Potter (Nephew and Godson)

Entered December 20, 2018 from Brooklyn, Nova Scotia

Such a terrible and sad loss to the family. So very saddened to hear of his passing and I will always treasure the many happy and joyful memories that I shared with him and others, that we have lost before. My deepest sympathies go out to Aunt Betty and all of my cousins. I miss you all dearly and please know that my heart hurts for you all. Uncle Norm, you are deep in my thoughts and I feel I can still hear your smile and laughter. God bless and it was an honour to know you.


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