Norman Gogo Funeral Notice

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DC Norman Allan Gogo – 18 June 1921 – 10 January 2024

Norman Allan Gogo, a man of unwavering duty and boundless generosity, passed away suddenly on January 10, 2024, in Midland, Ontario. Born in Toronto on June 18, 1921, to George Allan Gogo and Maryanne, Norman’s life was a testament to his unyielding commitment to service and his love for his fellow man. A veteran of World War II, Norman fearlessly served with the 48th Highlanders and the Royal Canadian Signal Corps. His bravery and dedication led him to the shores of Juno Beach on D-Day, where he fought valiantly to liberate France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. His selfless actions during the war exemplified his unshakeable belief in the inherent good of humanity.

Following the war, Norman dedicated 35 years of his life to the Toronto Fire Department, ultimately rising to the rank of Chief of Alarms. His commitment to public service extended beyond his retirement as he became an active member of the Royal Canadian Legion and was the Midland Lions Club representative of the 724th RCAC Squadron. His impact on the community was immeasurable, and he was beloved by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Norman’s legacy of love and compassion will forever remain in the hearts of those who knew him. His unwavering spirit and kindness will be dearly missed but will continue to live on through the countless lives he touched.

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Norman’s family will honour his life and legacy with a memorial service, the details of which will be announced at a later date.

Sincerest Condolences from all our Retiree Groups go out to his Family and Friends.

In Solidarity,

Retired Toronto Fire Fighters Association I.A.F.F. Local 3888