He has opened up his house to anyone that needs shelter, food, a job, or simply to show someone that they are not forgotten. He is well respected for his generosity and his heart for this community.
Norm found out six weeks ago that he has stage four kidney cancer. It's been a struggle to get the necessary drugs to fight this horrible disease and he is just now getting the needed medication. He is not able to work and is one month away from losing his home and all that he has worked so hard for....mostly due to putting other peoples' needs continually ahead of his own.
He has donated much of his time and money to help transform the Lyle Activity Center and park into a much better place for all of us in the community to take advantage of. Even after he found out about his cancer he opened his home to a homeless person to help them get back on their feet.
Now it is our turn to help Norm and show rather than tell him thank you for all that he has done. Due to his condition we respectfully ask for no visitors at his home. Comments posted here will be shared with him and much appreciated both by him and his family. Any help whether it be monetary or sending your thoughts and prayers is greatly appreciated.
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- Bill and Rene Weiler
- Rick & Pam Pimley
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