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Norbert C. Metz

Died: August 25, 2011
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Obituary

Metz, Norbert C., age 87 of Brunswick (formerly of Cleveland), passed away peacefully on August 25, 2011. He is preceded in death by his son James and grandson Christopher. Loving husband of Helen M. (nee Hughes), his beloved wife of 67 years. Proud father of Mary (Dean) Yambor. Dear brother of George (Dorothy) and Carol (Jack) Hermesch. Cherished grandfather of James, Amanda, and Cory. Great grandfather of Mikayla and Ruth. Life Member of VFW Post 6766 and Honors Team. Veterans US Army.

The family will receive friends in celebration of Norbert's life at the Humenik Funeral Chapel, 14200 Snow Road, Brook Park OH, on Sunday from 1-5PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00AM on Monday at St. Stephen's Church, 1930 West 54th Street, Cleveland. Interment at St. Martin of Tours Cemetery, Valley City. Everyone please meet at Church.

Visitation Details

Sunday, August 28th, 2011, 1:00pm – 5:00pm, Humenik Funeral Chapel

Service Details

Monday, August 29th, 2011, 10:00am, St. Stephen Church

Interment Details

St. Martin of Tours Cemetery

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Susan Fisch Good posted on 9/4/11

Uncle Norm was always a special person in my life. He always made me laugh and I loved all of his saying "How's your bird" and "Hotter than June Bride's breath".He was an important figure from my youth and will be missed. My prayers are with you Mary and Aunt Helen. I love you all.

 

David Fisch posted on 8/27/11

I am saddened to hear of Uncle Norm's passing. I will always cherish my memories of him. His wonderful and relentless sense of humor, his cracked neck tricks that could make young ones faint, his laugh, and how he was always happy to play catch with us on those long summer Cleveland days. I know he is in a better place, but still miss him terribly. Rest in peace Uncle Norm. You did it right.

 

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