Celebration of Life
Carlilse Elks Lodge BPOE 578
Sunday January 16th, 2022
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Norman E. Walters, 63, of Carlisle, PA, passed away on Saturday, January 2, 2022 at the Carolyn Croxton Slane Hospice Residence in Linglestown, PA. He was born December, 18, 1958 in Carlisle to the late Marlin E. and Hazel J. Smith Walters.
Norm was a 1976 graduate of Boiling Springs High School. He was athletic and especially enjoyed playing tennis and basketball. Traveling was one of his passions. Norm and Cathy honeymooned in Paris, France and enjoyed many trips to the beach. He was employed at Glaxo-Smith Kline until they closed. Norm loved listening to music, had a great sense of humor and was a hard worker. He was a member of BPOE Lodge 578, South Mountain American Legion Post 674, Carlisle VFW Post 477 and the Carlisle Club formerly the White Circle.
Surviving is his wife, Catherine J. Collier Walters and his sister, Deb A. Cowden and her husband Rick of Newport, PA.
A Celebration of Life Service, followed by an Elks Service, will be held on Sunday, January 16, 2022 at 1:00 PM at the Carlisle Elks Lodge 578, 120 W. Ridge St. Carlisle, PA 17013 with the Rev. Rodger Mentzer officiating. Memorial contributions in Norm’s memory may be made to Carolyn’s House, 1701 Linglestown Rd., Harrisburg, PA 17110. Arrangements are being handled by the Hollinger Funeral Home & Crematory Inc., Mt. Holly Springs, PA. Visit www.HollingerFuneralHome.com to offer condolences to the family.
Catherine, Deb, Rick and Family - our deepest sympathy for your loss.
Susie and Randy Davidson Jan 18 2022 12:00 AM
Sorry for your loss. Deb, Norm and me grew up together. He was like my little brother. You will be missed
Jean (Mouers) Burruss Jan 14 2022 12:00 AM
I remember teaching Norm at BSHS. He was always fun loving and an all around good person. My sympathy to his sister Deb and his family. May he Rest In Peace.
Pat Boyne Jan 13 2022 12:00 AM
Cathy, Deb, and family,Sorry for your loss. Norm graduated with me and I remember him picking on me during band.Way too young to leave us. Keep those memories close to your heart to help you in the days ahead.
Denise (Hair) Sanno Jan 13 2022 12:00 AM
Norm was an amazing, kind, funny and just a genuine caring person.Norm and I met working for the Center for Schools and Communities.We would laugh often with eachother, he had my back and I his. He was like my brother. Norm will live on in our memories.Kathy, if you need anything please reach out. Deb, although I did not meet you Norm talked about you often, you could tell how he respected and loved you.I am praying for you all.Regina
Regina Salvador Jan 12 2022 12:00 AM
I had the privilege of working with Norm at the Center for Schools and Community. We shared many conversations. Norm always had a way of bringing smiles and laughter. My deepest sympathies to Cathy and the rest of the family. You are missed Norm, rest in peace.
Michelle Carlson Jan 12 2022 12:00 AM
I have many fond memories working with Norm as a colleague at the Center for Schools and Communities. Because I lived south of Carlisle, I would occasionally pick Norm up in Carlisle and we would travel to work together. His sense of humor and genuine kindness will be remembered. My condolences to Norm's family.
Michael Pesare Jan 12 2022 12:00 AM
RIP Norm, you will be missed by the morning gang at the Holly Legion.
Bob Bruce Jan 11 2022 12:00 AM
Heartfelt condolences to Deb, Cathy, Jayson, Holly & all of the family and friends for this sudden loss of brother, husband, uncle, friend Norm. It will be difficult for us all to realize he is gone from our lives; far too soon.Love and Prayers for comfort & strength, Jill Cowden Steinig
Jill Cowden Steinig Jan 11 2022 12:00 AM
Norm and I were friends in high school. He was a lot of fun, and I still remember some of the funny things he said. Like when I was driving and half a second before the traffic light would turn green, hed say, Its not gonna get any greener. To his wife, sister and family, Im so sorry for your loss.
Joyce Gabany Rider Jan 11 2022 12:00 AM