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William Thomas “Tom” Norman

William Thomas “Tom” Norman
January 25, 1958 – March 21, 2024

William Thomas “Tom” Norman, age 66, a resident of Camden, AL, died on Saturday, March 16, 2024.
Funeral Services were held on Thursday, March 21, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. at Camden Baptist Church with Reverend Brandon Burroughs officiating and Dunklin Funeral Home directing. Burial followed at Camden City Cemetery. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services at the church.
Mr. Norman was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas Littleton “Tommie” Norman and Delaurice Bozeman Norman; brother, David Littleton Norman; and brothers-in-law, Arvin Polk and Leigh Collins.
He is survived by his sisters, Martha Kay Polk of Houston, TX; Anita Ann Coley of Cleveland, TN; Delaurice Lynn Upchurch of Ava, MO; Elizabeth Lane Collins of Camden, AL; his aunt, Forest Lane Dickey of Grady, AL; sister-in-law, Nelda Norman of Marion, AL; nieces and nephews, Tracy (Buddy) Cleary, David (Kathy) Norman, Doug Norman, Polly Crawford, Ray (Judy) Duncan, Beth (Gregg) Johnson, Frank (Cristina) Polk, Tommie (Ami) Coley, Keith Upchurch, Victoria (Brett) Agee; Great Nieces & Nephews: Will Cleary, Kelsey Cleary, Eli Cleary, Tyler Norman, Brianna Norman, Jordan Norman, David Crawford, Katelyn Johnson, Morgan Johnson, Taylor Johnson, Lillian Polk, Riley Polk, Caden Polk, Brice Coley, Travis Coley, Bo Agee and Will Agee. Great-Great Nieces & Nephews: Des Cleary, Caise Cleary, Ava Cleary, Tate Elam, Anna Blake Bamberg, Truett Caddis, Stetson Caddis, Sullen Crumpton & Rhett Crawford. Cousins, Michelle Baker, Monica Chandler, John Jones, and Jane Stroud.

Tom was born January 25, 1958 in Selma, AL to Thomas Littleton “Tommie” and Delaurice Bozeman Norman. He attended WCHS and Wilcox Academy graduating in 1978. He started working at Radio Shack in high school. He loved music and did some local deejaying. Tom worked some summers at The Corps of Engineers while Mr. Bob Creswell was Resource Manager. He then went to work at Baggett Electric working with Mr. Max, Sr., Mr. Max, Jr., Miss Susan and Wilson Grandison. He then went into business for himself as an appliance sales and repairman for the rest of his life.
In his growing up years, he loved to hunt, fish, explore the woods, find old bottles and other treasures. He was always tinkering on whichever vehicle he had in his teenage years. He loved to sit and reminisce and contemplate life. Tom never met a stranger and loved to talk to folks. He had a great memory for a tremendous number of events in his life. He helped a great deal of people out with his vast knowledge of all types of equipment, electrical systems, air conditioning and heating systems, and all appliances.
He was a loyal son, brother, uncle and friend.
For online condolences, please visit www.dunklinfh.com.

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