Norman R. Goodlad

Norman R. Goodlad

March 14, 1947 to

December 22, 2014

Greatly loved by his family:

Ella, Jodie, Bob, Kalum, Aubrie, Melanie, Mike and Ellie.

Nothing made him happier than his family. He was proud of them and they were the love and joy of his life.

A Man Who

Loved to laugh, fish, hike, go for walks, pontoon the rivers, rafting at Anni and Doug’s, working in his shop, mushroom picking and doing favours for friends and family.

A Man Who

Was diligent and honest when building motors. Who seldom missed a day of work and treated his customers with respect. They in turn respected his perfection in his many “Norm Built Motors’.

A Man Who

Was happy when one of his karate pupils accomplished their goals,- a natural teacher loved and respected.

A Man Who

Looked forward to fishing on the Skeena, Kalum, Lakelse and Copper Rivers and so many others, He thought spring fishing was the best of all times. He enjoyed camping with friends and family, sharing stories and laughter. He even shared a few secret fishing spots with others so they too could enjoy catching fish.

A Man Who

Taught “the boys” to fish and treated them like his sons and always as his friends.

A Man Who

Believed in being respectful to all.

A Man Who

Loved and enjoyed his home, his woodlot, his riverboat and his shop.

A Man Who

Loved his grandchildren and couldn’t wait to hear news about Kalum’s sports achievements, Ellie’s scholarly and gymnastic results, and Aubrie’s theatre performances. They thought he was a fun grandpa, (Pompa).

A Man Who

Was truly a good man showing respect and love to all. A man so loved, who will be remembered for his wonderful smile and his joyful laugh. He thought his life was beautiful.

We love you.

As per Norman’s request there will be no service at this time.

The Family will be planning a Celebration of Life later in the spring.


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