Obituary of NORMAN DWIGHT LANGDON SPARKS
NORMAN DWIGHT LANGDON SPARKS April 28, 1946 - October 14, 2020 In the early hours of October 14. 2020, we lost an amazing man. Norman Dwight Langdon Sparks will be treasured and missed by his family and friends. His love of life and the impressions he made on people will be remembered by all who shared in his life. As the youngest to John and Clara Sparks he will be missed by his wife of 54 years Lillian, Daughter Dawn, Brother Doug (Paulette), Grandson Langdon (Emma) and many others. He was a man of many talents and ambitions who always managed to keep himself busy with little projects and improvements to anything he could get his hands on around the house, and always willing to help friends and neighbours. He dedicated the majority of his working life to his owned and operated business Miracle Plastics, which allowed him to apply his mechanical prowess and always kept him on the go. He was a proud member of multiple car clubs and heavily invested into the Navy League of Canada. He loved working on his classic cars throughout the years and spent many hours working late into the nights in the garage. He was a man who loved life and shared every moment with those around him to the fullest. You will always be loved and deeply missed! In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Siloam Mission or a charity of your choosing.
A Memorial Tree was planted for NORMAN
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