Norman Brower

Norman Brower

Saturday, January 3rd, 1948 Monday, March 8th, 2021

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Obituary for Norman E. Brower Jr.

Norman E. Brower, Jr., 73, of New Holland, passed away at home on Monday, March 8, 2021.
Born in West Chester, he was the son of the late Norman E. and Anne Smith Brower.
Norman was a graduate of Twin Valley High School. He had served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1968 to 1972 where he was awarded the Purple Heart. Norman had worked for the Commonwealth of PA in Veteran’s Employment from 1988 to 2010. He was a member of the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church.
Norman joined the Liberty Fire Company, now Garden Spot Rescue, in New Holland in 1977 and was active up until his death. He had served for many years as the Fire Police Captain. He was a member of the Lancaster County Fire Police Task Force.
His other memberships included the Lancaster County Marine Corps League, the New Holland American Legion, the VFW Post 7362 in New Holland where he had been the past commander, the Lancaster Chapter of the Disabled American Veterans and the Military Order of the Cooties Pup Tent 36.
Surviving is a nephew Chris Eno. He was preceded in death by a sister Mary Ann Eno.
Services and interment in the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Norman’s memory may be made to the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 753 Mt. Zion Road, Narvon, PA 17555.

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    Mt. Zion Cemetery
    753 Mt. Zion Road
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Brother Erik

Dear Brower family,

My family and I are so sorry for your loss. While words fail to truly express the pain, know that our prayers and thoughts are there to encourage you. All humans feel the sting of death but the Bible gives comfort that God promises at 1 Corinthians 15:26 “And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing”. This is something that has brought me and my family solace when we've lost loved ones and we hope it encourages. Take peace and comfort. For comfort from the Bible, please visit
Comment | Posted at 01:08pm via Condolence

Jessica L Butz

I want to express my sadness in learning of your Uncle Norm's passing. For many years, he was a fixture on Friday nights at the Isaac's at Greenfield with his friends Art and Judy. It was always nice to wait on him, as he was always pleasant and patient. Still waters run deep....I think that was the case here. Again, I'm so sorry for your loss.
May his memory be a blessing,
Jessica Butz
Comment | Posted at 10:20am via Condolence

Christopher Eno

Thank You Jessica!
Posted at 08:17pm

Susan Irwin

Our deepest condolences for Norman's passing. His dedication to our country, and our community was greatly appreciated. He will be missed.
You remain in our thoughts and prayers. Please let us know if we can help you in any way.

Susan and Mark Irwin
Comment | Posted at 09:16pm via Condolence

Christopher Eno

Thanks Mark & Sue!
Posted at 08:17pm

Les Fazekas

My sympathy to you Chris...Norm was a fellow Fire Police Officer and a fellow veteran. Years ago he helped me to get into the VA program at Coatsville. His contributions to the FP associations at the county & local levels helped bridge a lot of gaps between local PD and FPOs! Thanks Norm for your USMC and FPO service...Semper Fi.!
Comment | Posted at 01:02pm via Condolence

Christopher Eno

Thanks Les!
Posted at 08:17pm

Cheri Usner

Norm you will be missed by all the people in New Holland that asked detour routes when unsure, and seeing you always come out and help at the fair. You were a good friend to many. RIP Norm, I consider you as a friend of mine and loved having the chance to work with you at firehall meetings. Cheri & Scott Usner
Comment | Posted at 12:24pm via Condolence

Christopher Eno

Thanks Cheri & Scott!
Posted at 08:18pm

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