Norman C. Almeida

December 12, 1931November 1, 2013

Uncasville-Norman C. Almeida, age 81, of Uncasville, passed away on November 1, 2013 at Bridebrook Nursing Home in Niantic. He was born on December 12, 1931 in Hartford, CT to the late Julius and Lillian (Spencer) Almeida. He married Dorothy Ann (Ashburn) Almeida on September 4, 1954 at the Second Congregational Church in New London. They were married for 59 years. She survives him. Mr. Almeida served in the US Marines from 1948 until 1952. He was employed with Dow Chemical as a shipping supervisor for 32 years retiring in 1985. Besides his loving wife, Norman leaves behind a son Glen Almeida of Uncasville, a sister Dorothy Almeida of Montville and several nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by a sister Joan Vaill. Family and friends may visit the Montville Funeral Home of Church and Allen, 53 Norwich New London Turnpike in Uncasville on Wednesday from Noon to 2:00 p.m. at which time we will be going in procession for a graveside service at Fort Shantok Burial Ground. Please visit to leave an online condolence for the Almeida family.


  • Calling Hours Wednesday, November 6, 2013
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Norman C. Almeida

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Karen Richman

November 7, 2013

So sorry for your loss. Treasure the wonderful memories, for those you will always have. Love,

Dominic, Sharlie and Dominic Iii Grillo

November 6, 2013

Sorry for your loss. Norm was a great guy and a pleasure to work for. I'll miss him. He was a good father and husband. Condolences from my family to yours.

Dan Webster

November 5, 2013

I am so sorry for your loss, please know you and your family are in my thoughts.

Sharon Hathaway

November 5, 2013

Dear Dot and Glen,
I am so sorry to hear of Norm's passing. Although I'd only known him several months, he was always kind to me, with even the smallest gesture of getting him a cracker, I would receive a hearfelt "Thank-You".
Such a sweetie with a sense of humor and so many memories of his younger days with you, Dot. Always a good story told when talking about those days, and did he know his music?!! I enjoyed listening to the radio with him while he would declare who that singer was.
I feel Blessed to have known such a "gentle-man".
You are in my thoughts and prayers always, but especially now.
With much sadness,

November 5, 2013

Dear Dot and Glen,
I'm so sorry to hear of Norm's passing. Although I only knew him a few months, I will never forget his kindness to me as a caregiver. Always a Thank You and a smile. Even if just for a cracker! I feel Blessed to have known such a "gentle-man".
With you both in my thoughs and prayers...
Always, Sharon Hathaway

Susan Gessner Marchbanks

November 4, 2013

Dear Aunt Dot and Glenn,
So saddened to hear about Uncle Norm's passing. He always had a laugh and a smile--always laughing about me having the "vapors". He will be missed. Please know that both of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Much love,
Susan and Dan

November 3, 2013

glen I'm so sorry for your loss. uncle norm was by far my favorite uncle.. he was a amazing loving man. by far the funniest I loved his laugh.. we will miss him very much.. I'm so glad rick and I went to see him to tell him how much we all love him and gave him a big hug and kiss.. love, lisa perrone and family.

Lori,Keyth,PJ & Kelly Reynolds

November 3, 2013

Our hearts are broken but will heal with all the wonderful memories of our Uncle Norm. Such a strong man with a heart of gold. Always laughing, even at his own jokes. Sometimes he would laugh just because. He was such a good family man and so supportive of Aunt Dot and adored his son Glen. You will be missed immensely and never forgotten. Your legacy will live on forever. Love you.

Gene Baker

November 3, 2013

The lord be with the family. I Worked with Norm at Dow, he will be missed by all who knew him.

November 3, 2013

Norm will be missed for his laughter and pleasant disposition.
My deepest condolences to Dot and Glen.
Prayers and Love,