Tim Norman was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Feb. 13, 1951.
He attended Helena Cathedral grade school from the second through sixth grade. His family moved to Missoula where he attended St. Joseph grade school through the ninth grade then went on to Loyola High School through his junior year, transferring to Sentinel High School for his senior year.
After high school he attended Carroll College in Helena then transferred to U of M. In 1973, he graduated with a degree in education and taught at St. Anthony’s grade school for one year then changed his direction to pursue other interests including a master’s degree in psychology.
Along the way he worked with a mail contractor delivering mail to outlying areas then bid on his own contract with the USPS and became a contract driver for himself. He did this for several years then started his own delivery business called Norm’s Delivery, hauling items from Missoula to Hamilton.
He retired in 2013, living in Hamilton with his wife Paula until his death on Feb. 14, 2020, one day after his 69th birthday.
His mother Laura, his father Bill and sister Margaret all preceded him in death. He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Dan and Yevon, his children, Bill and Christine and their spouses, Jelly and Spencer and three grandchildren, Jaeda, Cora June and Elliot Sharon.
A Memorial Service will be held on Feb. 28 at 2 p.m., at Grace Lutheran on Hattie Lane in Hamilton.
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