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SHADDOCK – Norman

January 24, 1920 – August 22, 2009

Norman, beloved husband of the late Joan Shaddock of Calgary, passed away on August 22, 2009 at the age of 89 years.

Norman was born in Belleville, ON, son of Benjamin and Margaret Shaddock (nee Soule). Norman joined the Canadian Armed Forces at the age of 18 years and met his wife Joan in England during WW II. He moved his family to Calgary in 1945 where he was employed with Chevron Standard for over 35 years. Norman was an avid sportsman and conservationist. He was past President of Calgary Fish and Game Association and past Vice-President of the Alberta Fish and Game Association.

He is remembered by daughters Margaret (Bradley) Block, Valerie (Ron) Bons and son Ron (Peggy) Shaddock; grandchildren Bill and Trevor Block, Scott, Michael, and Jamie Shaddock, and Ronald and Sean Bons. Norman is survived by brothers Jack and Bruce Shaddock of Ontario and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his wife Joan, brother Lou and sister Margaret DeMille.

Funeral Services will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY’S Park Memorial Chapel (5008 Elbow Drive S.W.) on Thursday, August 27, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

In living memory of Norman Shaddock, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES Park Memorial Chapel, 5008 ELBOW DRIVE S.W. Telephone: (403) 243-8200.

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  1. I miss you daddy. You were always my rock to lean on throughout my life. I will miss our always interesting conversations, and still cheer for the Bruins, not Montreal. You will be remembered not only on Remembrace Day but each day by your little girl.
    Thankyou for all of the picnics, zoo trips, and always being there for me whenever I had an event going on.

    As always, your daughter, VAL

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  2. Margaret Block :

    Dad, you are the bravest man I’ve ever known…I will miss you every day of my life…love, Margaret X X X X X

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  3. Marjorie Cote :

    To The Shaddock Families:
    I was deeply saddened to read of Norm’s passing. I always enjoyed my ‘footcare visits’ with him and I always found him so cheerful. I will certainly miss him.
    My sincere condolences at this sad time.
    Marj.

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  4. Ron

    I went to St. Augustine Junior High School with you. In taking note of your father’s death I wanted to send you my sincere sympathies.

    The loss of your mom and dad in close proximity is an additional sadness.

    I wish you well and will remember both you and your parents in my prayers.

    Respectfully

    Greg Schmidt

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  5. Debbie Shaddock :

    We will miss Brother and Uncle Norm. We always looked foward to the weekly phonecalls between him and brother Jack and all the news from Calgary.
    And the great holiday we had a few years ago seeing the Calgary clan.
    One of my fondest memories is of Uncle Norm travelling to Toronto and Belleville on one of his many visits, and sitting on our front porch feeding the squirrels from his bag of mixed nuts he always carried in his pocket – he made friends with all the squirrels on the street.
    We will miss him greatly and will think about him often.
    Love,
    Jack, Ev, and Debbie Shaddock and Carol, Bill, Jaclyn and James Harrigan

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  6. Garth and Barbara Greenwood :

    As a long time fellow worker with Norm I wish the family strength in their loss
    and a celebration of their fathers life well lived.
    Garth and Barbara

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  7. My deepest condolences to the family, you are all in my thougths and prayers.

    Love Skottie

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  8. Margaret Lorraine DeMille Scibilia :

    My Great Uncle Norm was always such a joy to be around. Our visits were always in California when he and Uncle Jack would come visit sister Margaret. He took me to upscale restaurants and we would sit together soaking up the sun rays quietly. He will live in my heart forever. He will be missed greatly. My prayers are with the family and friends. God be with you all.

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  9. Barbara Worthy :

    Uncle Norm was forever the great communicator – his irreverent humour, his sharp wit and his keen eye were only matched by his hugely affectionate nature. He always made me laugh. And his fabulous letters were a constant joy to my mum and dad to the end of their days. What a loss.
    Babs

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