In Memory

Norman Horst

Norm graduated from Colorado State College in 1967. He moved to Washington and got his first teaching job at Franklin High School. He used to carry is briefcase "Big Bertha" down the halls because he did not have a home room to keep all his supplies and notes. After teaching for a year he was drafted into the Army.. He received training in nuclear weapons. He married his wife Jan in 1971. They were married for 43 years. He was a dedicated father and husband.

Norm is survived by his wife of 43 years Jan; daughters: Rebecca Baker (Chris);Heather Griffin(Chris); grandchildren Abigail, Kort, and McKenzie; Sisters: Marion and Val, and Brother Ray.

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11/11/14 05:45 PM #1    

Richard Hergert

Not only do I have many memories of Norm from school, but also from Evangelical Congregational Church where our families were members. Norm and I attended classes together for two years along with Bob Ehrlich, Bill Buxman, Louis Hein, and one other boy whom I can"t remember. We were confirmed on March 22nd, 1959. Our pastor and teacher was H. Becker. Sandy Weber and Karen Winter chose to be confirmed a year later. They said we, boys, were too onery and they wanted other girls in the class.


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