A. Norman ThibaultJuly 02,2013A. Norman Thibault
A. Norman Thibault, 79, a former longtime resident of Proctor, died at his home in Rutland on Sunday, June 30, 2013, with his grandson Zachary by his side.
Norm was born on March 7, 1934, in Rutland, VT, the only son of Adrian and Nellie (Pellistri) Thibault.
He married Carolyn Skjetne on Nov. 27, 1954. She predeceased him after 52 years of marriage on July 6, 2007.
Norm was an avid Boston Red Sox, Celtics and New England Patriots fan, and in his later years he enjoyed watching cowboy movies, NCIS, and The Walking Dead.
He is survived by his daughters Linda Carleton and Sandra Thibault and her longtime companion Ed Liner; his grandchildren Jessica Kaptur and husband Dan; Zachary and Rebecca Thibault, and her daughter Lilyanna; Carrie Elrick and her daughter Taylor Hope; Stephanie Elrick, her fiancť Mike LaRock and their children Tearsa Ann, Natalie Jane and soon-to-be-born Ryleigh Marie; Honorary granddaughter Brittany Booth, along with two great-grandchildren due this year.
In honoring Normanís wishes, any services will be private and held at a later date.
For anyone who wishes, memorial contributions in Normís memory can be made to Rutland Health Foundation, RAVNA & Hospice, 433 West Street, Rutland, VT 05701; or Foley Cancer Center, 160 Allen Street, Rutland, VT 05701.
Arrangements are being handled by the Barnard Funeral Home in Pittsford.
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