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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Norman J. Tothill of Olcott, NY husband of the late Betty Wagenbaur Tothill entered into rest Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at Niagara Hospice House.

He was born in Lockport, NY February 8, 1924, the son of the late Searle Tothill and Ethel Draper Angevine Tothill. He was a veteran of the US Army serving his country from 1943 – 1946 during WW II, he was in three Theater operations; American, European and Pacific and received the good Conduct medal and World War II Victory medal. He married Betty Wagenbaur February 5, 1947, she died December 26, 1999. Norm worked for Niagara County Parks Department and did sign painting and maintenance, working at all the Niagara Parks during his career. He moved to Olcott in 1950 from Lockport, NY. Norm enjoyed playing cards, hunting, spending time with his family, painting signs for many local businesses. He also was an Exempt member of Olcott Fire Company.

Father of Timothy (Carolyn) Tothill, Estella (Peter) Wilson all of Olcott, NY and the late Thomas Tothill. Grandfather of Joshua (Jenn Hollenbaugh) Wilson, James (Kerri) Tothill and Danielle (Stephen) Baes. Great grandfather of Jamesson Tothill.  Brother of Joan Eggert of North Carolina and the late Alvin Tothill and Jean Rutland. Brother in law of Ruth Smith of Newfane, NY. Dear friend of Tootie Wright of Burt, NY. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Friends may call at the RUTLAND-CORWIN FUNERAL HOME, INC.  2670 Main St. Newfane, NY FRIDAY 3-7 PM where funeral services will be held at 7:00 PM. Burial will in Corwin Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Memorials to Olcott Fire Co. PO Box 243 Olcott, NY 14126 or Niagara Hospice 4675 Sunset Drive Lockport, NY 14084 would be appreciated by the family.

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