Jerrett Funeral Homes - Scarborough Chapel

660 Kennedy Road, Toronto, ON


Paul Frederick Norris

August 6, 1956October 7, 2019

Passed away suddenly on Monday, October 7, 2019 at the age of 63.

Dear brother to Stephen (Carol) and Karen (predeceased), loving uncle to Laura, Andrea, Andrew and Kevin. Paul will be missed by his extended family and friends.

A Memorial Visitation will be held on Friday, October 18, 2019 from 12pm to 1pm at Jerrett Funeral Home, 660 Kennedy Road, Scarborough, 416-266-4404. A Memorial Service will be held at 1pm in the Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Pine Hills Cemetery, 625 Birchmount Road, Scarborough.


18 October

Memorial Visitation

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Jerrett Funeral Homes

Bendale Room

660 Kennedy Road
Toronto, ON M1K2B5

18 October

Memorial Service

1:00 pm

Jerrett Funeral Homes


660 Kennedy Road
Toronto, ON M1K2B5

18 October

Burial at Pine Hills Cemetery


Paul Frederick Norris

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Lorin Davie

October 16, 2019

Paul oh Paul You will be missed so very much
Your sense of humor, your honesty, your laughter, just your presence was a gift, I will miss you Paul, you were true blue and if the Leafs win a season we will all be there to share a tribute to your faithfulness!! Love you and miss you always Lorin Davie xo

Reanne Davie

October 15, 2019

Paul was hilarious! I cannot remember a single gathering we hosted where we all did not succumb to crying from laughter because of something Paul said. For every wise crack I would direct at Paul, he gave me at least twenty in return. His dry wit and sarcastic sense of humor endeared him to me. I never stood a chance trying to " one up him" he was just too quick. We had so many wonderful moments with Paul from playing his favorite card game "Wizard", going to watch stand up comedy (Nikki Payne), or challenging one another to a game of "Wii" just to name a few cherished moments. I miss him more than I ever thought possible. Dearest Paul, please Rest in Paradise!

Gail Norris

October 14, 2019

I remember going to Toronto with my mother(Paul's aunt). I had such a great time playing with Paul. Stephen I know how much your brother meant to you. I am praying for you.

Russell Rowe

October 11, 2019

I worked with Paul many moons ago great guy we went and saw Steve Martin @ Maple Leaf Gardens tons of laughter my condolences to your family RIP

LEANE Ouellette

October 10, 2019

Omg.. where to begin.. I have so many memories with Paul.. growing up together we did so much and had so much fun.
We went to London Gardens one time where Paul laid on his tummy and was taking coins out of the fountain. I remember my dad always asked him if he needed a magnet😂. It was quite comical.
Another we went to Calaway park in Calgary.. at one of the attractions, my mom jumped so hard she fell backwards and cleared my daughters stroller, Paul totally lost it and had to go outside and sit or he was going to pee his pants.. we enjoyed him on our trip down the west coast. My children all loved “Uncle “ Paul
There’s so many memories.. my favorite cousin, who always reminded me that I was 1 month & 1day older than him and didn’t let me forget it.. I will truly miss you Paul.. I will never forget you.. until we meet again. R.I.P. LOVE YOU

Shelley Le Bar

October 10, 2019

Paul was a great guy. I worked at the same company as he did and knew him well. We also would play cards and he helped to build a deck on a small trailer in Grand Valley Park . It has been 9 years since the company closed we worked for. My prayers 🙏 are with him . I am sure his sense of humor will be carrying on in the next life.
God bless you Paul.

Cheryl Thompson

October 10, 2019

We sat around a table one Day in Calgary my dad ( his uncle Bob) and must of sat there for over an hour all of a sudden Bob says ...” hey Tony why did you kick my horse in the stomach and make his nose bleed “, he did this in an Italian accent and ...although it don’t make sense Paul busted out In laughter he was crying which made us all laugh harder ..... was such an awsome memory .....❤️ BINGO love you Paul your cousin Cheryl