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12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine

195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)

in memory of

Leonard Francis Norris

Leonard Francis Norris

13th February 1933 - 25th January 2024

 

Son of Alice ‘Rose’ and Leonard Norris.

Eldest sibling to Reginald (dec), Margaret, Peter and Patricia.

Loving and devoted husband to Bernadette (dec) for 60 years.

Father, father-in-law and grandfather to

Chris, Shirley (dec), Sabrina and Emmeline

Nick, Sharon, Jesse, Cody, Lachlan, Georgia and Callum

Jim, Virginia, Bess, Lucy and Ruby

Meg, Jules and Olive

Great grandfather to Atlas.

A kind, clever man with a great sense of humour.

A gentleman to the end who will be greatly missed.

With special thanks to all the staff at R.M. Begg Aged Care. 

 

Family and friends are invited to attend Len's funeral service 

to be held in the Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals, 12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine

on Friday 2nd February commencing at 1.30pm.

A private cremation will follow.

 

If you wish to join us at the service via livestream
please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.
The service will be live approximately 5 -10 minutes prior to commencing.

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Tributes

4 responses to “Leonard Francis Norris”

  1. Maria and Tony Derrett says:

    Len was a true gentleman and will be greatly missed.
    His was a life well lived.
    R.I.P. Len. With Bernadette once more.
    Maria and Tony Derrett

  2. Peter Norris says:

    It is with a heavy heart that I offer my condolences to my cousins and all those who loved Len.
    The eldest among a rare and beautiful group of siblings who lost their father way too young, placing a huge responsibility on a young Len capable of supporting and guiding his brothers and sisters. I always seeked approval from Len as he was poised, respected and didn’t tolerate my fool.
    I will continue to think of Len as our dad’s older brother who with his presence of gentle seniority was so influential in all our lives, and once again reunited with Bernadette.
    Peter Norris Xoxo

  3. Annette Whittaker says:

    With many happy memories of Len and Bernadette during our time in Robinvale.
    Wonderful times to remember with the best friends ever. They will be greatly missed.
    I am so glad that I was able to attend the service today via livestream.
    Love to Meg, Chris, Nick and James and families.
    Annette Whittaker

  4. Margaret Arter (nee Norris) says:

    Our dear big brother, Len, is now at peace and knows everyone and everything.
    While growing up with him in our home at West Ivanhoe, he was a tremendous support to our Mum, Rose, a war widow. His manner was quiet and gentle, but he kept us young ones in our place if we did anything wrong. But he always encouraged us all our lives and was a great brother and friend. One memory I have is his coming home from the Saturday night dance and turning on the wireless in the kitchen to listen to Geoff Brooks Supper Club and then showing us the latest jive moves.
    We will never forget you, Len, our big brother.
    Love from Marg and Frank.

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Funeral Details

Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals
12 Campbell Street
Castlemaine

2nd February 2024 at 1:30 PM

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