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Norman James Brown

April 11, 1962 ~ April 19, 2020 (age 58)

Obituary

Norman James Brown

  
      Well the streets of heaven now have tread marks on them from a souped up Westernstar. Norm is now able to go 0 to 60 fully load in the blink of a eye. 

      Heaven is in the mist of a expansion and there was a need for a truck driver, they only wanted the best that there was. St Peter was impressed with Norm and his trucking style therefore he was picked. Sorry but if you have a class one and are still here on earth you did not make the cut. Norm really loved being on the road getting to see different places. With his job he got to see
every part of North America. Some of the place that he loved was the Blue ridge Mountains Virginia, Missouri and the 401. Just kidding no trucker likes the 401.

      Trucking was something that came second nature to him. He was a amazing driver but it never went to his head. He was known for helping green horns get their start in the busy work world.

     Before Norm started trucking, he loved farming. When he was younger, he helped on the family farm. When he moved out on his own with his wife Pat, they started a hobby farm. Working in the field was a love of Norms even when he was doing long haul, he would want to stop and jump in the tractor, but he resisted.

      There were two other jobs that Norm had that he enjoyed working in the bush and the sawmill.

      Norm was known as a joker. He also had to have the last word when pestering people. Now there are many people that will not get their chance to win so he will hold the crown.

      Norm will be remembered by his friends and family. Left to caring on his crazy memory and laughs at the hilarious things he would do is his wife of 32 years Pat Brown. We can't forget the kids that gave him his gray hairs and the grand kids he loved to spoil Rob Coxs (Lisa) their children Rylane and Emerson, Wade Marks (Jessie) their children Wesley, Hayleigh and Dane. Naomi and Alexander (Mac) There is also his Mother and Father who he loved to the moon Elizabeth and David Brown.

      We can't forget the brother and sister's that he loved to drive batty as a child Murray Brown (Maria), Connie Miller, Laurel Oxford (Mark) Penny Reuben, Gwen Brown (Kevin). 

      His son David Coxs is in Heaven with him working on the hill billy Pete because even in heaven he likes to keep the shiny side up. They however are both looking down on David's Daughter Lela with great pride at young woman she is becoming.

     A private family Celebration of Life will take place at a later date.  

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