OBITUARY

Norman Field

July 18, 1938May 8, 2019

Norman Field, age 80, of Dix Hills, New York sadly passed away on Wednesday May 8, 2019. Norman was born July 18, 1938.

A funeral service for Norman will be held Friday, May 10, 2019 at 11:30 AM at I. J. Morris, 21 E Deer Park Rd, Dix Hills, New York 11746. An interment will occur immediately following at the New Mount Carmel Cemetery, Glendale, NY.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ijmorrisdixhills.com for the Field family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations in Norman's name be made to the American Cancer Society.

Shiva will be observed at Norman and Marta's home 36 Highfield Court Dix Hills, NY, 11746 on Monday and Tuesday, May 13th and 14th from 4pm to 8pm.

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, May 10, 2019
  • Interment Friday, May 10, 2019

Memories

Norman Field

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Kathleen Martin

May 10, 2019

Norman has been my friend for 32 years in good times and bad. I met him (and Rachel when she was 17) at work and Norman and Linda came to my 30th birthday.
He was so proud of Rachel and Diana (my Mom was a librarian for 30 + years).
Norman’s colleagues were like close family to him and I got to know them all over the years.
Norman and I shared many great meals in NYC, and then later in Greenwich after Eric and I married and had all of our kids (who Norman watched grow up at Anthony’s Chinese restaurant in Riverside).
Norman helped guide me professionally and gave great financial advice over the years to me and several on my longtime friends.
We were so happy for his great joy with Marta and her children, and how Norman loved to tell us all about his travels with Marta and the beautiful fancy dinners with all of you whom he cherished. We will miss him terribly and know that Heaven has a new Angel 😇

Shuli Kon

May 10, 2019

Norman started out as my accountant but became a friend as well. He ended up becoming the extended family’s accountant and friend. Always available, helpful and cheerful. He always spoke lovingly of his family. He will be sorely missed by myself and my family. Shuli

Linda Bretti

May 10, 2019

I met Norman 40 years ago working a part time summer job answering phones . I was 17 . I knew that if I ever started a business he was going to be my Accountant. And he was not only that, but so much more . He guided and advised me on good seasons and on bad ones . He believed in me and gave me the confidence every entrepreneur needs . He was so passionate about travel and we shared stories about great spots in Italy . I will miss our commuting phone calls and his distinctive laugh , Thank you for teaching me that no matter what you are making or selling , the formula is always the same . Rest In Peace my dear friend .

Paul Feinstein

May 9, 2019

Norman and I were friends since the early 80s. We spoke frequently and visited each other.
He was an exemplary person and family man as well as a consummate professional.

He will be greatly missed.

My sympathies to his family.

Paul

Susan Chu

May 9, 2019

We have been so blessed to have worked side by side with Norman for so many years. He has left a mark with everyone he came in contact with. He was more than just our boss, when you spend so much time together, we've become family. Going to his house yearly for his birthday shindigs and the "After tax season" dinners. We are really going to miss those get togethers. He definitely was one of a kind and the most kind hearted person we've ever met. You will truly be missed by us Norman. Cindy and Susan

Marie Parks

May 8, 2019

Norman and I played in Newtown High School's Band together, but we didn't know each other. I was part of the music department and Norman was one of the "genius kids". Fast forward 20 years, I was introduced to Norman by a colleague to hire him to oversee the accounting aspects of my new business. Five minutes into the meeting , Norman said " I know you ! You sat behind me in band". Well 40 years have gone by and we have shared a lot of happy times along with the sad days. Rachel, Diana and Mrs. Field, there will always be a place in my heart for your Dad and Husband. My deepest love to all. I am so sorry. Marie Parks

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY