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In Memory

Gregory Norman

Gregory Norman

Born: December 20, 1951; in Streator, IL

Died: April 27, 2019; in Streator, IL

Gregory A. Norman, 67 of Streator passed away Saturday (April 27, 2019) at his home.

Following a cremation, a visitation will be held on Wednesday from 10 AM -12 Noon at the Winterrowd Funeral Home.

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday at 12 Noon at the funeral home.

Burial will be in St. Anthony Cemetery in Streator.

Gregory was born on December 20, 1951 in Streator to Albert Edward and Virginia Alice (Rohlman) Norman.


Surviving are daughters, Lisa Cherry (Don Myers) of Somerset, PA, Amber Norman of Streator, Allison (Jeremy Grauerholz) Norman of Houston, TX and Lacie Norman of Tyler, TX., 6 grandchildren, Laysa, Maliki, Maliyah, Kendale Jr., Caelynn and Parker and sister, Sandra Babey of Champaign.

He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter, Keri Norman and a sister Carole Gardner.

Greg attended St. Anthony Grade School and graduated from Streator High School in 1969.


Greg served in the U.S. Marines and retired from Owens Illinois Glass.

He was a member of The Screaming Eagles and Streator VFW.

He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, playing cards, darts and pool.



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05/01/19 09:38 PM #1    

Sandy Eilts (Aukland)


05/02/19 05:24 PM #2    

Patty Kruger (Winkler)


05/29/19 01:33 AM #3    

Robert Strine 303. 693. 5763

RIP Greg, this is posted probably for my own personal closure. Greg was involved in the best and worst days of my grade school days. Worst day - 7th grade (Mrs. Higgins): Greg and I were on safety patrol one morning before school. Coolest thing in the world to wear that safety belt. Almost time to be go in for class and last few kids crossing walk. Greg and I doing our thing when Greg decides to add some animated motions to a passing car. A priest was driving the car. By lunch time Mrs Higgins called us up in front of the whole class and stripped us of our belts. I was crushed. Worst day ever! Best day ever - that summer: Little league baseball down at Meriner Park. I had a good arm, played center field. Bases loaded and a kid hits one deep to centerfield, just like The Sandlot, I go back to the metal fence reach up with a brand new baseball glove snag the homerun hit and fire a bullet to third because coaches were sure it was gone and were sending everyone to home. Double play ends the inning and I am sky high. The reason I am telling this - the glove I had was Greg Norman’s. He had just got a brand new glove and told me I could use it that inning. I will always keep that memory. I wouldn’t have made that play if I hadn’t had his new glove.  I still smile to myself when I think of him. Glad to know you are watching over all the rest of your 69 classmates.



05/29/19 10:02 AM #4    

Marjorie Thomas

Bob.. that post is one of the best tributes I have ever read.. what great memories you have about Greg.. so happy you shared .. Greg was so much fun to be around.. he made me laugh all the time.. I saw him several years ago.. and we had a great time remembering such fun times.. I was just heart broken to hear of his passing.. he was a great.. great friend.. Marjie

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