Courtice Funeral Chapel

1587 Highway #2, Courtice, ON


Norman Edmund Doucett

July 20, 1964September 10, 2019
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Norman Edmund Doucett, age 55, of Oshawa, Ontario passed away on Tuesday September 10, 2019 with his family by his side.

Norman was born July 20, 1964 to Norman and Joanne Doucett. Brother to Joanne Doucett, Marianne Bowden (nee Doucett), Dianne Doucett and Richard Doucett. Father of Angeline Coupland (nee Doucett) and proud grandfather of Tavish and Mackenzie Coupland.

A celebration of life for Norman will be held Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Courtice Funeral Chapel, 1587 Highway #2, Courtice, ON L1E 2R7.

Contributions in Norman's memory may be made to Northumberland Hills Hospital Foundation - Maternal Child Care Unit , https://nhhfoundation.ca/donate. This is the hospital where his grandchildren were born.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.courticefuneralchapel.com for the Doucett family.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, September 21, 2019


Norman Edmund Doucett

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Michelle Burg

September 19, 2019

Uncle Norman you were the most caring, hard working, family loving person I have ever met.

You were always there for me for anything I needed, never once asking for anything in return. Including the time when my car broke down in the Durham College Parking Lot or when our roof unexpectedly leaked. You were a phone call away. Often reminding me that you wanted to help.

You spoiled us rotten and shared with me often how proud you were of me our little family. This past Christmas you made Danica her own care package with all the junk food she loved. I’m still amazed that you knew to get Peace Tea! It’s the little things like this that meant to much.

Thank you for the countless times you bailed me out or lent a helping hand. I promise to do the same for your girl and her family. I pray that you watch over us all and keep protecting us as you always have.

Peter Aube

September 18, 2019

My condolences to Uncle Norm, Aunt Joanne, cousins Joanne, Marianne, Dianne and Richard. You were all such a big part of my family growing up and my heart is heavy today hearing of your loss. As I recall our times, it seems like yesterday we were together in Keswick, Pickering or Guelph, with the warm summer sun shining down on us as we went about playing and laughing in our childish ways. The relations and their impressions remain with me today. There's always a fondness when I recall the family gatherings that brought soo many of us together in celebration or just family being family.

Norman always seemed quiet and composed, friendly and assertive. Reading the memories and condolences from his friends and fellow workers, and the generous spirit he shared with them, gives me pause to reflect on a good soul. People like Norman in the trades are so rare. His assistance to them will always remain in the minds and skills that will follow from his presence.

So long to my cousin Norman Edmund Doucett. Happy trails on your final journey. May you rest easy in the thoughts of all who remember you and the assistance you offered.
Peter M Aube.

Johnnie Mahabir

September 17, 2019

My condolences to the Doucett family. Local 1819 has lost a great Journeyman i had the pleasure of meeting Norm in 1999 at Roger's on Bloor st east a couple years later we hooked up at Brindle glass and Mirror where a couple of the boys in the Union stayed for about 8 or 9 years and it was an awesome fun time we had over the years. Brother Norm sad to see you leave us so soon again my condolences to Angie and the Doucett family. Fly with the best angels up in the sky Normy R.I.P

Patrick Winfield

September 17, 2019

Norm was my Journeymen and I was his Apprentice on my first job site we work together for a long time and he showed me a lot of tricks and shared a lot of knowledge. he was a great guy and a great friend and will be sorely missed

Dianne Doucett

September 15, 2019

What an enormous loss for so many people. A father, grandpa, son, brother, uncle, friend..always there to help any of us whenever we needed. His family was his world. He especially encouraged, supported, taught, laughed, loved and was so proud of his daughter and all of the kids in our family. A very heavy loss for us all. Rest peacefully Norm. Love you.