Guestbook

The online guestbook for Norman Polman

Posted on April 12, 2014
Posted by: Ray Rice
From: Indianapolias IN

Message: I had the pleasure off working with Norm at WTIC in the 60's. He always enjoyed and took pride in his work and his humor was appreciated by the rest of us. My sincere condolences to the family.


Posted on April 12, 2014
Posted by: Edythe Sussman
From: New Britain, Ct. Ct. ct.

Message: My thoughts are with you at this most difficult time


Posted on April 12, 2014
Posted by: Merrill Ganson
From: Del Ray Fla

Message: Zelda I was very sorry to here about Norman Passing.you and family haven my deepest condolences.Merrill Ganson


Posted on April 12, 2014
Posted by: Gary and Ann Harter
From: Newington CT

Message: Bob, Linda, Kayla, So sorry for the loss of your father/grandfather. Love, The Harter Family


Posted on April 14, 2014
Posted by: Caroline and Jim Saklad
From: Boca Raton FL

Message: Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your husband, father and grandfather. Love, Caroline and Jim Saklad


Posted on April 14, 2014
Posted by: Christine Kelly
From: Kensington CT

Message: Bob, Linda and Kayla, We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts, prayers and love are with all of you at this very difficult time. Sympathetically, The Kelly's.


Posted on April 13, 2014
Posted by: Iris (Dannhauser) Schlank
From: Manchester CT

Message: Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your dear husband Norman..We knew Norman for many years and he had even rented a cottage at our beach. Zelda, you and I go way back to days at Hillyer College. Again my deepest sympathy on your loss. Iris


Posted on April 11, 2014
Posted by: Bill Hennessey
From: Niantic CT

Message: I vividly recall having been part of the "break-in" crew who helped Norm adjust to rather rigid procedures when he joined the rest of us on the Announcing Staff at WTIC. That was probably in 1962/'63-or-thereabouts. He had come from TV/30 and proved to be a fast-learner... meaning: very professional! I especially enjoyed working with him because it gave us ample opportunity to reminisce about our Emerson College days, which led to much fun and laughter. We remained in touch through these many years, where I was pleased to note the happy life he led with his new bride Zelda after the passing of Marlene. And, y'know, I was always amazed at how young he looked -- with nary a grey hair in his head! It's trite to say (but true!): he will be missed.


Posted on April 11, 2014
Posted by: Deanna Drapeau
From: Norfolk MA

Message: Bob, “Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of dad pours through and shines down upon you and your family to let us know they are happy.” Hold on to all those amazing memories. With deepest sympathy, Deanna


Posted on April 11, 2014
Posted by: Bob Scherago
From: Dumfries VA

Message: I worked with Norm for many years, and we both suffered through early Sunday mornings together at WTIC! We also socialized many times. He was a truly nice person to know, and will be missed. My sympathies to Zelda, and to Robert and Larry and their families.


Posted on April 11, 2014
Posted by: Alfredo DiMauro
From: Shrewsbury Ma

Message: Bob, Larry, and families, My thoughts and prayers are with you. May family, friends and countless memories honor your father, celebrate his life, and be of comfort to you all at this difficult time. Fred


Posted on April 12, 2014
Posted by: babs liverant
From: glastonbury ct

Message: I started at WTIC around the same time as Norm....I managed the Radio Traffic Dept.....he was such a gentleman...I enjoyed reconnecting with him and Zelda at the WTIC reunion gatherings and joining them at the table with the Hankins....my deepest most heartfelt sympathies to Zelda and Norm's family.


Posted on April 24, 2014
Posted by: Daniel Schneider
From: Bethany CT

Message: Me and my mother, Sandra Schneider, were sad to hear that our cousin Norm had died. We have found memories of him at family gatherings and watching him on TV. My mother sometimes heard him on radio when she lived in Long Island. We enjoyed seeing him and Zelda a few years ago at my brother's house in Glastonbury, when my brother had a baby party. Zelda, Bob, and Larry, you have our deepest condolences.


Posted on April 11, 2014
Posted by: James & Karen Levesque
From: Newington CT

Message: Great memories of sking with Bob,Larry and your dad.


Posted on April 12, 2014
Posted by: Reuben Birnbaum
From: West Hartford Conn.

Message: I have lost a good neighbor at the Hampshire House, and he will be missed. I extend my sympathy to Zelda and his entire family.


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