Norman Thomas Lundbohm

December 15, 1932 ~ February 21, 2022 (age 89)


LUNDBOHM, Norm - Proud retired service member of the RCAF

December 15, 1932 - February 21, 2022 

Sadly, we have to say that Norm died, peacefully at NHH, with his wife, Jan, daughter Deb and her husband by his side.  His last three years have been difficult due to health issues requiring major surgeries.  He was ready to go.

He leaves behind, his wife Jan (of almost 63 years), daughter Deb (Vince), son Kevin and three grandchildren, Rebecca (Austin), James (Katarina) and Colin.  He is survived by four siblings, Joyce, Jerry (Kelli), Sandra (Wally) and Gail, plus their children.  Joyce and her family were always in touch with him, even though they live in New Brunswick.  He treasured his talking with Joyce and recently with his brother Jerry. His cousin in Sweden Birgitta (Mikael) will also miss him.

As a result of anomalies found by Dr. Clouthier, during a pre-op on November 30th, further checking was needed. We would like to thank Dr. Ismail Sharif, Hematologist at PRHC, who went the extra mile to diagnose the Lymphoma and all the other doctors and nurses who treated him when he had blood and platelet transfusions, twice weekly. Our family Doctor, Philip Stratford has been a source of strength, especially when he came to see Norm at home. We would also like to recognize Dr. Kamilla who came to his rescue previously and rounded up specialists to diagnose his blocked bowels. If I have missed anyone, please accept my apologies.

Norm has been cremated and there will be no service.  If you wish to honour his memory, please donate to a charity of your choice, a food bank, or a donation to Red Cross to help the Ukranian people.

For those of you who knew Norm well, they know that he was always helping others with plumbing, electrical, woodworking, welding and any other fixing jobs, he would help.  That was who he was!

Special thanks go to Don and Heather, Roslynne, Hedda and Dr. Mulé for their support.  Finally I would especially like to thank our daughter, Deb who willingly came up from Burlington to take her Dad to PRHC, NHH and look after us both.  I miss him so much, but know he is in a better place.

Although a man of few words, he was the best Husband and Father and Grampy to his three grandkids.  Rest in peace, Norm, I love you! Online condolences may be expressed at

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