In Memory

Norman Dedrick

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02/10/15 12:28 PM #1    

James Forney

Norm was a great guy. Played baseball with him from the time we were 12 years old, through High School and on traveling teams.  After high school we went our separate ways but I have many good memories of our high school days.  Rest in Peace.

02/20/15 04:59 AM #2    

Edward (Mac) Abbey

Norm was a really good guy, and friend. I also remember most our baseball experiences, he was a pitcher and I a catcher. One summer league game, I got a fluke hit to break up a no-hitter against Norm. I felt so bad I apologized to him after the game. We stayed friends, and it would have been fun to remind him of that experience. Rest in peace.

02/20/15 06:32 PM #3    

James (Jim) Belding

I remember Norm for his easy going manner and friendship. I think I hit the longest homerun of my life off him in summer league which felt good as we were both pitchers and competitors. I will miss not seeing him again.

02/21/15 12:15 PM #4    

David Finster

Rest in Peace, Norman. 

02/24/15 02:01 PM #5    

Paul Lamborn

I became friends with Norm while going to DVC. We worked at the Veterans hospital toghether along with Steve Dildine. After two years we both went up to Chico State. Me still a litlle wild and Norn married to Linda ( I forget her last name, tip of my tongue) anyway Norm told me he and Linda slept in the living room beneath the christmas tree lights and were so happy. I will miss seeing him.

02/24/15 10:32 PM #6    

Thomas (Thom) Schuttish

Norm was married to Sue Pellegrin. Linda was her sister.  Rick and Peter her brothers. They lived on Tiegland Road.

A few of us slept overnight at Norm's and drank too much and ate bacon rinds.  The next morning Norm drove us to Yosemite to ski. We were in his dad's Chevy van which had no windows. It was not a pleasant ride. Norm always knew how to have fun. I last spoke with him at the 2005 reunion. He was then a real estate entrepreneur. He was a very good guy and I was saddened to learn of his passing. 

02/28/15 08:53 AM #7    

Paul Lamborn

Thanks Thom for shaking my memory. It was Sue Peligren Not linda. Do you know what caused Norns' death?

02/28/15 10:14 AM #8    

Thomas (Thom) Schuttish

Paul I don't know the cause. I only learned of his death on this website. He was a very intense guy and grew up fast with children in early adulthood. When I spoke with him in 2005 he was quite happy and very enthusiastically involved in his Sacramento real estate business.  He always had a big smile and laughter.  Thom 

04/04/15 07:34 AM #9    

Kathy Conger (Jimenez)

Hey Norm, bless you and rest in peace. I'll always remember your big, bright smile. Such a pleasure knowing you since our elementary school days.  It seemed you and Tim where joined at the you're together.

05/04/15 09:56 AM #10    

Robert (Bob) Endres

Fond memories of times together in our youth, Norm.  Joyriding in the Willys, catching for you til my left hand bled when you practiced your pitching, homework and prep for Physics tests in Hargis' class, building and blowing up our ramjet engine in Clyde Forrest's shop, you backing off the older guys when they picked on us. I miss those times. Thanks for sharing, Norm. May you rest in peace. Bob

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