Norman John Stanhope

Norman John Stanhope

March 13, 1938- September 2, 2017

As published in the September 25, 2017 World-Spectator

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Norman John Stanhope passed away Saturday, September 2, 2017 at the Southeast Integrated Care Centre in Moosomin with his wife, Joan, at his side.
Norman was born March 13, 1938 at Wilkie, Saskatchewan to Arthur and Gladys Stanhope. He was the second oldest of six children, Lloyd, Keith, Larry, Annette and Sharon. The family moved to the Hillburn district in 1945 where Norman attended school. On October 19, 1962 he married Joan Ileane Scott. They resided in the Hillburn district where they farmed and raised their family of three.
His employment history included working for other farmers in the Unity area and Hillburn district, pipelining, delivering fuel for Orangeville Co-op and driving school bus. He also enjoyed farming for many years.
Norman spent his last years living at the Southeast Integrated Care Centre in Moosomin where he made many new friends with both residents and the staff. On behalf of Norman, the family would like to proffer their most heartfelt thanks to the staff for the excellent care and friendship extended to Norman while living in the care centre.
Norman was predeceased by his parents, Arthur and Gladys Stanhope, his in-laws, Donald and Christina Scott, son, Trent Alan Stanhope, granddaughter, Brianna Restau, brothers, Lloyd Stanhope, Keith Stanhope and Larry Stanhope, brother-in-law Jim Scott and sister-in-law Ellen Scott.
Norman leaves to mourn his wife, Joan Ileane Stanhope, daughter, Lesa (Willie) Restau, son, Wade (Catherine) Stanhope, grandchildren, Tyson and Kassie (Mike) Restau, Matthew and Kim Stanhope, sisters Annette (Glen) Mikkelson, Sharon (John) McNeily, brother-in-law, Barry (Marj) Mikkelson, brother-in-law Bob (Myrna) Scott and many nieces and nephews.


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