Normand A. Brown Jr.
Brown, Normand A. Jr. 61, of Johnston, passed unexpectedly at home on Saturday October 20th. Normand was a Master Craftsman whose woodworking skills will never be forgotten. He leaves his mother Margherita (Malascalza), sister Donna Brown, son Michael Brown his wife Erica, and many close friends. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday at 10:00am in St. Catherine’s Church 3252 Post Road Warwick. Burial will be in St. Ann Cemetery Cranston. Visitation will be held on Friday from 4:00-7:00pm in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston.
MARY CHAMPLIN - 10/24/2012
NORM WAS ONE OF THE SWEETEST MEN I HAVE EVER MET. ANYTIME HIS FRIENDS WERE IN NEED HE WAS THERE..I'M SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS AND WILL KEEP NORM AND HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN MY PRAYERS....I'M SURE HE'S UP THERE TEACHING THE OTHER ANGELS HOW TO PLAY POOL.....
Donna Brouillette - 10/24/2012
Norm & I came across each other twice in our lifetimes, probably about 8 years apart. But when our paths crossed again, we remained close up until now. He was always a great friend & someone you could rely on no matter what & I always did my best to help him in any way I could! We ahared a lot of great times together that will never be forgotten! Love you Norm! Hope there's a table 11 up there for you!
Jade Coderre - 10/26/2012
I am so blessed to have known Norm. When I think of him I will always think of the kind, gentle, helping soul that he was. He was a genuine guy; always there to lend a helping hand, hold a door open for a stranger, or give someone a ride if they didn't have a car. They don't make gentlemen like Norm anymore...You will be greatly missed my friend. May you rest in peace. Love you
Linda Levesque - 10/26/2012
Norm and I are cousins and grew up together. So sorry to hear of his passing. It just seems so sureal. We will always love you, Norm. Cousin Linda
John Wilcox - 10/26/2012
I started playing pool back in 2000. It wasn't till about a year or two later when I met Norm. I was up at the bar area watching him shoot, oddly enough not on table 11, and make 3 bank shots like they were sitting ducks. A waitress told me to shoot pool against him. I was just a beginner and knew I couldn't shoot against him. A couple of weeks later I was introduced to him and he's been my best friend ever since. He helped me so much in improving my game but also teaching me about life. I can not begin to express my sorrow for the loss of our friend. My sincerest sympathies to his immediate family and his billiard family.
Joan Degaitas - 10/27/2012
Norm and I are also cousins. Although we didn't get to see him much when he got older, we always held him dear in our hearts and always loved him. Rest in peace, Norm. We will always love you. Joan, Nick and family
Bonnie Saritelli and Jeannie Mitchell - 10/27/2012
Norm was Awesome. He has always been a great guy and I'll always remember him outside smoking a cigarette saying "Who Dat" LOL.. Table 11 will always be Norm's table. He was a Great pool player and he will never be forgotten. I'm sure that he's up there playing pool and making stuff from wood... Miss ya Norm... Love ya always.. RIP My friend..
Erica Brown - 11/06/2012
I feel so lucky to have joined the family when I did so that I was able to meet Norm and spend time with him. I wish more than anything that he was still here so that we could continue to make memories however I will always cherish the times that we had. Norm, I could never have asked for a better father-in-law. You will always be a special part of my life and will never be forgotten. Your memories will live on through the children we hope to have and they will grow up knowing how wonderful you were. Rest in peace... love you so very much.