Norman William Broadhurst

February 8, 1957April 2, 2021

Norman William Broadhurst was born on February 8, 1957 and passed away on April 2, 2021 and is under the care of David T. Ferguson Funeral Home.

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Nancy O’Brien Young

April 15, 2021

I first met Norman in 7th grade when I was 11. We have been friends ever since. He was such a good person, hard worker and always ready to help in any way necessary. On January 1, 1977 he introduced me to a boy who would become my husband and the father of my three children. I have so many memories of Norman it is hard to pick one. This one stands out and is kind of funny.
I was pregnant with my first child and we went to the famous
“Loadmasters Blowout” at Croton Point Park. Norman hadn’t seen me in a while and had been partying. When he saw my pregnant belly, he ran up to me hugging my belly and yelling quite loudly
“THAT’S MY BABY IN THERE”! Over and over. Needless to say people thought he was serious! Even my husband was giving me strange looks! I spent most of the day telling people that Norman was saying that because he was the one who Introduced me to my husband. I will never forget that day. We had some great times.
In recent years, Norman and his partner Avis and I lived in the same area and I saw Norman once in a while and after I moved to South Carolina we kept in touch by phone. He was a great guy. I will miss him very much. My prayers and condolences go out to his family, Avis and all the people that loved him. Rest In Peace Norman I love you and I will never forget you.

Suzy Kelly

April 11, 2021

Uncle Norman you were loved so much! I have so many fun memories ❤️ You will be missed.
Love , Suzy ❤️
This is my favorite picture of us.

Liz Kelly

April 11, 2021

Sigh. I miss you so much, baby brother. Have fun on the beach with Norma. 💕💕

Lyndsay Montgomery

April 10, 2021

Oh Norman, my wonderful brother, how I miss you already, with never a chance to meet me. I know that I have
never met you, but I love all of your way of life, your animals, and birds and living away from the crush and crowds of everything from the past. I would do this if I could, but it's impossible!! I was at Jane's one day, and we ( all three of us ) were going to Dalkeith to visit the charity shops there, but we were late back, and on getting in there was a voicemail from you, and Jane passed me the phone, and I screamed, he's a cowboy, he's a cowboy !!! I was so surprised, I thought that you could be an extra in a Western movie!!
Man dies, his name is lost indeed, but the breath he breathed still stirs the pine tops on the mountains, the sound of the words he spoke yet echoes on through space; the thoughts his brain have birth to, we have inherited today; his passions are our source of life; the joys and sorrows he knew are our familiar friends - the end from which he fled aghast, will surely overtake us also........
I wish I could be there the day of your service, but again impossible !!
I can't seem to see you baby,
Although my eyes are open wide
But I know I'll see you once more,
When I see you, I'll see you on the other side.
Yes, I'll see you , on the other side!!
Farewell Norman, as you go on your way , go at peace with the world, and the family you knew will see you soon enough, Love you always, and never forgotten !!! Lyndsay Montgomery 💖

Derek Greig

April 10, 2021

Farewell to my brother Norman, one of life's good guys, kind, generous and full of fun, though not always an angel, he's certainly one now, a new yorker thru and thru but fiercely proud of his Scottish roots, rest in peace brother, will miss you forever Derek

James Weakley

April 9, 2021

Thoughts & prayers for Norman & his loved one’s . He was a good man & good friend. He will be greatly missed.

Alisha Greig

April 9, 2021

Uncle Norman,
So sad and shocked to hear of your passing and wished we could have had more time with you,you will always be remembered as so kind funny and a lovely man,you will be missed greatly
Rest in peace

Jane Greig

April 9, 2021

Jane Greig

April 8, 2021

To My Wonderful Brother Norman , words can’t express the loss I feel, I love and miss you , until we meet again. Rest easy❤️❤️😘 Jane

Bill Froe

April 7, 2021