Norman Anthony Azevedo
November 14, 1939 – March 4, 2019
AZEVEDO, Norman Anthony -- entered into rest Monday, March 4, 2019 at Kaiser Hospital in Roseville CA. Born November 14, 1939 in Modesto, CA, he was 79 years old. A resident of Roseville for 2 years and previously a Milpitas resident for 26 years, also a Fremont resident for 18 years. Norman entered into the grocery business in 1958. This became a life long career. He was partnered with two of his brothers in the early 1970’s with Double A Super and then in 1978 he purchased a convenient store in Santa Clara, “Bell Mart” he was very proud of all the family and friends he employed and mentored throughout his years in the grocery business. He later finished his career in the grocery business as a manager/supervisor for Key Markets & Cosentinos. He also served as Chairman of the Fremont Planning Commission. And served on the planning commission of Milpitas. Norman enjoyed years of camping with his family. He found comfort in his little Puppy “Milo” He also found so much joy & happiness watching his Golden State Warriors. Norman A. Azevedo was preceded in death by his Wife Alberta L. Azevedo. Survived and Beloved Father of Ronald A. Azevedo of San Lorenzo, Cheryl L Bearby and Son in Law Edward N. Bearby. Loving Grandfather to Stephanie Azevedo, Christopher & Darlene Azevedo and Proud Great Grandfather to Gabriella Rose Azevedo. Also Grandfather to Justin, Jared, and Jenna Bearby. He is survived by his brothers Bob Azevedo, Ted Azevedo, and Terry Azevedo. Preceded in death by Brother Warren Azevedo. Family and friends are invited to attend Funeral Services at Lambert Funeral Home, 400 Douglas Blvd. Roseville, Ca. 95678 @ 12:00PM Followed by a celebration of life at Bill Young Hall Diamond K Estates, 16 Richards Dr. Roseville Ca. 95678. March 23, 2019. In Lieu of Flowers please consider donations to these two causes dear to our family.
The American Diabetes Association at http://www.donations.diabetes.org. For MJD/SCA3, please use this website https://giving.ucla.edu/campaign/Donate.aspx?Fund=62640O&Amount=25
Please join our family for lunch at (the location you have in the obituary) following the funeral as we continue to celebrate Norman's life.
Lambert Funeral Home
400 Douglas Blvd
Norman Anthony Azevedo
March 21, 2019
I want to express my condolences to the Azevedo Family . Norman was a great Brother in Law and Uncle. I have many fond memories of the time we were all together in the early 60's in San Jose. The wonderful pictures tell the story of a life well lived. Sweet Alberta was waiting for him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, Auntie Bev
March 20, 2019
We will surly miss everything about our Uncle Norman, especially camping. He will be forever in our thoughts and always in our hearts.
March 12, 2019
So sorry to hear of the loss of my uncle, Norman. May he rest in peace. He gave so much to his family and others for such a long time, especially his love and genuine concern and understanding. He will surely be missed, but we know that he is home now with his beloved wife, Alberta, who left long before him to the heavenly loft.
Soon, our family will gather to celebrate his life and help comfort Cheri, Eddie, Ron, Chris, Darlene, Stephanie and others close to Norman.