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Norma Filman

Norma Ann Filman (Cassidy)

Monday, March 19th, 1928 - Tuesday, March 10th, 2020
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Obituary

It is with heavy hearts but a sense of peace we announce the passing of Norma Filman (nee Cassidy). Norma is survived by her daughters Jan Filman of London and Jill Donaghue (Brian) of Welland. Also survived by her brother Don Cassidy (Ann) or Burlington; sister-in-law to Sam (Joan) and Erna (Rick), and numerous nieces and nephews. Cherished grandmother and great-grandmother of Andrew (April) Chiro, baby Lara, Katelyn Chiro (Matt). Norma has been reunited with her husband, Clifford (2003), her parents, Harry and Eleanor Cassidy, her brother Byron and many sister and brothers-in-law from the Filman family. Norma loved being surrounded by her family, enjoying a meal together, music, reading and a good party. She has a great spirit and would try anything once. She loved cross border shopping and would announce each time we cleared customs “I should have bought more.” The family would like to acknowledge the kindness and compassion given by the RPN’s, the PSW’s and staff over the past 6 years at the United Mennonite Nursing Home in Vineland. In particular we wish to thank Dr. Woodland for his exceptional care for our mother. Cremation has taken placed. A private interment and celebration of life will be held at a future date. Please consider a donation to the Alzheimer Society, in memory of Norma.
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Jane Wiggins

Posted at 11:37am
Janice, Jill and family - I am very sorry for your loss - I remember Norma's sense of humour the most and the great friendship with my parents Bernice and Ed Wiggins. She was a very kind and caring person to me. Always lots of fun when "The Gang" of Filman, Densmore, McMillan, Elder, Love and Wiggins got together - "The best things in life, are family and friends, and knowing that you are loved" - Jane Wiggins
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scott filman

Posted at 12:37am
I will always remember the family get togethers that always included a lot of laughter and joking amongst all the Aunts and Uncles. It was fun to hear the stories of when they were younger and the laughter that always followed. I fondly remember Uncle Cliff and Aunt Norma, Norma for her baked beans and Cliff for his sense of humor. Rest in Peace Aunt Norma and love to all the family. Scott
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