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Norbert Francis Narloch

August 13, 1934 – November 11, 2022


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Norbert F. Narloch, 88, passed away suddenly & peacefully on November 11, 2022.  Born on August 13, 1934 on the Family farm at Ardoch, ND to Francis (Nice) and Phillip Narloch. Norbert worked as a farm laborer until he joined the  Army at age 21.  When he returned, he worked for the City of Grand Forks, ND. Married Sharon Bohn on April 25, 1964 (58 ½ yrs.ago). Had 3 sons, Norman (Lisa), Randall (Nettie), & Timothy Narloch. Moved to Seattle, WA in 1966, then to Phoenix, AZ in 1969 as Norbert was a drywaller & sheetrock installer & carpenter & moved where there was work, & ended up back in ND & MPLS, MN in 1976, worked for FMC until 1996 when He retired.  Moved back to Mesa, AZ in 1997 until his death. He is survived by his Wife, Sharon; 3 sons (Norm, Randy,  & Tim).  Grandchildren: Megan Hauck (Jason); Aleasha Narloch;  Dallas Narloch (Lenora) & 4 Great grandchildren: Addison, Beckham, & Hayden Hauck,  & Nolan Liam (Aleasha’s); Brothers: Ben Narloch, (Bernie); David Narlock (Shari) & sister Leona Narlock & many Nieces & Nephews.

 

Norbert was preceded in death by his parents Phillip & Francis Narloch; Sisters Barbara Ann Narloch; Philomena Rapacz,& husband Joseph; & Winifred French & husband Marcel. Brothers: Cyril Narlock & wife Patricia; Alexander Narlock & wife Darlene; & Raynond Narlock.  Also Grand-sons:  Anthony Narloch & Zachary Narloch (Randy’s boys) &  Grand-daughter Jennifer Narloch (Norman’s daughter).

 

Norbert was a loving husband, father, grandfather & friend.  He was generous (almost to a fault) & always ready to help others. He was very proud to be polish & always a stubborn one.  We will all miss him & love him dearly.  Our blessings to you all & to remind everyone what a precious gift life is & how fast we can lose it.

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  1. Carol Curtin says:

    our thoughts and prayers are with all the family of Norbert I lived on the farm about a mile away my name then was Carol Slominski we all loved him

  2. Margaret J Buza says:

    Jerry and I are very sorry to hear about Norbert’s passing and you are all in our prayers. God bless the family, Margaret and Jerry Buza.

  3. Kathleen R Davis says:

    Sorry, I couldn’t make it, but your all in myn thoughts and prayers. Norbert was a great husband and father. We will all miss him.

  4. John/Maggie Czerwinski says:

    To Sharon and family,
    Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers for all.

  5. Debbie Rapacz says:

    I will miss my Uncle Norbert and I will cherish all the games and visits we had over the years!!! Prayers going out to my cousins and Auntie Sharon during this time💕

  6. Rene Narloch Finnegan says:

    Norbert used to drive my sister, Arlene and I around Grand Forks and he would keep us in stitches with his comments and polish humor. Although we didn’t see much of him later in life, we will always cherish the fond memories we have of our dear cousin.

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Norbert Francis Narloch

August 13, 1934 – November 11, 2022


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Norbert F. Narloch, 88, passed away suddenly & peacefully on November 11, 2022.  Born on August 13, 1934 on the Family farm at Ardoch, ND to Francis (Nice) and Phillip Narloch. Norbert worked as a farm laborer until he joined the  Army at age 21.  When he returned, he worked for the City of Grand Forks, ND. Married Sharon Bohn on April 25, 1964 (58 ½ yrs.ago). Had 3 sons, Norman (Lisa), Randall (Nettie), & Timothy Narloch. Moved to Seattle, WA in 1966, then to Phoenix, AZ in 1969 as Norbert was a drywaller & sheetrock installer & carpenter & moved where there was work, & ended up back in ND & MPLS, MN in 1976, worked for FMC until 1996 when He retired.  Moved back to Mesa, AZ in 1997 until his death. He is survived by his Wife, Sharon; 3 sons (Norm, Randy,  & Tim).  Grandchildren: Megan Hauck (Jason); Aleasha Narloch;  Dallas Narloch (Lenora) & 4 Great grandchildren: Addison, Beckham, & Hayden Hauck,  & Nolan Liam (Aleasha’s); Brothers: Ben Narloch, (Bernie); David Narlock (Shari) & sister Leona Narlock & many Nieces & Nephews.

 

Norbert was preceded in death by his parents Phillip & Francis Narloch; Sisters Barbara Ann Narloch; Philomena Rapacz,& husband Joseph; & Winifred French & husband Marcel. Brothers: Cyril Narlock & wife Patricia; Alexander Narlock & wife Darlene; & Raynond Narlock.  Also Grand-sons:  Anthony Narloch & Zachary Narloch (Randy’s boys) &  Grand-daughter Jennifer Narloch (Norman’s daughter).

 

Norbert was a loving husband, father, grandfather & friend.  He was generous (almost to a fault) & always ready to help others. He was very proud to be polish & always a stubborn one.  We will all miss him & love him dearly.  Our blessings to you all & to remind everyone what a precious gift life is & how fast we can lose it.

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6 responses to “Norbert Francis Narloch”

  1. Carol Curtin says:

    our thoughts and prayers are with all the family of Norbert I lived on the farm about a mile away my name then was Carol Slominski we all loved him

  2. Margaret J Buza says:

    Jerry and I are very sorry to hear about Norbert’s passing and you are all in our prayers. God bless the family, Margaret and Jerry Buza.

  3. Kathleen R Davis says:

    Sorry, I couldn’t make it, but your all in myn thoughts and prayers. Norbert was a great husband and father. We will all miss him.

  4. John/Maggie Czerwinski says:

    To Sharon and family,
    Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers for all.

  5. Debbie Rapacz says:

    I will miss my Uncle Norbert and I will cherish all the games and visits we had over the years!!! Prayers going out to my cousins and Auntie Sharon during this time💕

  6. Rene Narloch Finnegan says:

    Norbert used to drive my sister, Arlene and I around Grand Forks and he would keep us in stitches with his comments and polish humor. Although we didn’t see much of him later in life, we will always cherish the fond memories we have of our dear cousin.

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