Norman Jamison

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JAMISON, Norman Johnston - Peacefully on October 3rd, while at home in Port Rowan at the age of 67, Norman passed away after a short, but courageous battle with cancer. Norm was born on May 25, 1950 in Ireland. Long-time resident of Hamilton, then Townsend, he served as an MPP in Norfolk County from 1990-1995. Retired from Stelco and served as VP with the USWA8782 for several years. Norm is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 45 years, Sharon. Adored father to Carrie Makins (Timothy), Andrea Husted (Chad), Shannon Spoelstra (David), Eileen Jamison (Matthew Sankar). Beloved grandfather to Shawna, Victoria, Caitlin, Brooklyn, Lucas, Zachary, Noah, Christian, and Ava. Treasured brother of Margaret, Raymond, Winston, Billy, and predeceased by parents Hugh and Caroline Jamison, and brother Thompson. Visitation will be held Thursday October 5th between 2-4pm and 7-9pm Hyde & Mott Funeral Home, 60 Main Street South in Hagersville ON.  Funeral Service will be held on Friday October 6th at 1pm Jarvis Ebenezer Christian Reformed Church, 139b Talbot Street East, Jarvis ON. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society via Hyde & Mott Funeral Home in Hagersville.


Posted by Lois and Ed on
Sharon and Family: Our sincere and deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family. We have fond memories of Norm in Panama earlier this year. He loved his family deeply. He will be missed!

Love Lois and Ed
Posted by Scott and Dani Botbyl on
"And think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched...for nothing loved is every lost and he was loved so much."

Carrie, our most heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. May you find comfort in all those beautiful memories you have of your dad.

Dani and Scott
Posted by Ken and Debbi Roth on
You all are in our thoughts and prayers. May God's peace be with you. May your memories carry you thought this very sad time. So sorry for your loss.

Ken and Deb
Posted by Chris & Shirley Lachance on
Our prayers are with you Sharon and your family,Thinking of you's during this difficult time.May God give you comfort in your time of grief. May Norm rest in peace.
Posted by David Neumann on
So sorry to hear of your loss.
Posted by Gary Malkowski on
Our thoughts with you and your family. Norm was great and amazing colleague during Queen's Park days as he was so caring , kind and outspoken MPP. I salute for his great contribution to his family, his community and Province of Ontario.
Posted by David Warner on
It is with great sadness that we have learned of Norm's passing. On behalf of the Ontario Association of Former Parliamentarians, please accept our condolences and our prayers that his family will find strength in the many warm memories of Norm. Norm's deep respect for parliament and his dedication to working hard on behalf of his constituents as well as the people of Ontario will be fondly remembered. He will be missed by his former colleagues.
David Warner, Chair
Former Speaker of the Ontario Legislature
Posted by James & Gael Fisher on
Dearest Sharon, Carrie, Andrea, Shannon & Eileen:
We just heard and are deeply saddened. We had a lovely friendship and some great times. Friday nights were especially fun with Pizza & Wings from Bruno's and then a game of Trivia Pursuit. No one could beat Norm on a history question. Lovely times at cottages, fairs and other venues. The kids got along great and I guess distance and time separates us all in one way or another. We will never forget our times at Townsend and the friendship of the Jamison's made it that much more special. There is so much more I could say ... but words are never enough. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Love & Blessings,
Jim & Gael
Posted by Murli nair on
Dear Sharon, Just heard about Norm and am saddened to hear of your loss. I will never forget the good and fun times we had when he worked at Home Depot. John Bosacki gave me the news. Once again my prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Murli.
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