Norine Wilson

Norine Patricia Wilson

Friday, June 24th, 1955 - Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020
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Norine Patricia Wilson (June 24, 1955 – November 1, 2020)

Norine (Norn) was a resilient human being who was very loyal to her family (Bill, Pat, Ed, Brett, Mark, Russell, & Ian) and devoted to her daughter (Trysh) and two grandsons (Liam and Nolan). Norine grew up in Toronto and eventually used her keen sense of people and her love of the written word to become a court reporter in the downtown core. As with all the Wilsons, there were no airs about Norine. She had a comedic dry sense of humour and could always give as good as she got. She had a tender heart for the disadvantaged, which included caring for numerous dogs, and not surprisingly she always gravitated towards mutts rather than purebreds.

Norine and Kid shared a love of music and found themselves as fiercely independent kindred spirits. Their resolve lasted the test of time and over the years they shared a bond that seemed to make each of them stronger.

As the second oldest of the clan of six kids, Norine saw herself as a protector. More than a few times, she went face to face with anyone who tormented her siblings and was always the first to console an aching heart. As the only daughter, she blended in with her five brothers with her own unique charm. She managed to endure the fits, fancy and folly of her brothers in stride, supportive when necessary, and never took a back step when provoked.

Norine’s greatest source of pride was the accomplishments of her daughter, Trysh. Together they travelled the paths that only a single mother and her daughter could understand. Together until the end. As for Liam and Nolan, they are the only ones in the world that could get Norine on a scooter as they criss-crossed their way through their neighbourhood. They were the absolute joy in her life.

Norine passed away peacefully on November 1st. Norine lived a good life and will be dearly missed by all that knew her.
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    Sunday, November 8th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Sunday, November 8th, 2020 11:00am
    Ajax Crematorium & Visitation Centre - Suite A&B
    384 Finley Avenue
    Ajax, ON L1S 2E3
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    Service to end at 12:00pm. A private cremation to be held at a later date.
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Andrew Kelly

Posted at 06:57pm
Dear Norine, you were always kind and a sweet heart, as long as I have known you, and always loved my old friend Kid, as I know he loves you, r.i.p.xx
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