Norman M. Offhaus

Norman M. Offhaus

Saturday, December 26th, 1959 - Friday, January 31st, 2020
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Obituary

Norman M. Offhaus, of Circle Court, Arcade, died Friday January 31, 2020 at his home at the age of 60.

He was born December 26, 1959 in Buffalo, New York a son of Betty J. (nee Mingle) Offhaus and the late Howard K. Offhaus, Jr. He was a factory worker at Prestolite in Arcade and had also worked as a truck driver.

He is survived by his mother - Betty Offhaus of Java Village; his children - Jacob Offhaus of Yorkshire, Tanya Offhaus of Largo, FL, Carrie (Ryan) Smith of Delevan; siblings - Howard III (Rose) Offhaus of Java Village, Deborah (Edward) Stemper of Holland, Darryl (Lynn) Offhaus of Java Village, Randy (Peaches) Offhaus of Florida, Kimberly Offhaus of Florida, Timothy Offhaus of Florida; grandchildren - Katelyn, Dominik, Blake, Elijah, Weston, Selah and one due in March and several nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his father and a sister - Yvonne Offhaus.

There are no calling hours, services will be held at the convenience of the family.
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Bill Moore

Posted at 11:32am
Condolences to the Offhaus Family Norm and I were best friends all thru school ' I spent a lot of time down in Java Village hanging out in the garage and down at Hogans . We loved riding dirt bikes and snowmobiles ' Norm will be missed by many i'm sur
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carrie smith

Posted at 09:28pm
Dad you were an amazing father an grand father!!! We loved coming over an seeing you with Ryan an Grand Kids. You were dealing with alot, and we loved talking an joking with you on the phone!!! You are no longer in pain an with Jesus love you Dad❤❤❤
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Dawn McClure

Posted at 04:15pm
Sending my respect to the family of Mr.Offhaus, whom I got to know thru his daughter Shorty through her memories and conversations she would have with him on the phone in which I learned Shorty is alot like her Dad and thru his son Jake with his post thru FB and I know you guys loved him very much ,and I know he is going to be missed by many ,but know that his struggles are over as he takes his new jorney. But he will always be with you for the rest of your walk thru this life.Know that my thoughts and love are with you.
 
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Tanya Offhaus Posted at 08:04pm

Thank you ms dawn and for being my friend and being there for me for my dad lost
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Rhonda Stroh

Posted at 03:09pm
Sending my heartfelt sympathy, warm thoughts and love to Jake, Tanya and Carrie. I never had a chance to meet your Dad but just from what Jake has told me and what he and Tanya have written on Facebook, I know he was an absolutely wonderful man. That must be where Jake gets it from. There are not many sons in the world that would dedicate themselves to caring for their Dad the way Jake did. And Ernest was right by his side helping. Tanya, I read what you always wrote to your brother on Facebook so I know you kept in constant contact with your Dad which shows how much you loved him. He was a very lucky man to have such a wonderful, loving and caring family. I am sure he is flying high with all the other Angel's up there. May he RIP.
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Tanya Marie Offhaus

Posted at 12:36pm
We both loved going over to dad's everyday and watching his favorite game shows and playing along with him. We enjoyed cooking meals for him and also bringing meals over to him from home. We enjoyed all the laughs and talks we had. Enjoyed taking him to all the places he needed to be at. Daddy we both love and miss you. Until we meet again R.I.P. Love Jacob Offhaus and Ernest Floyd.
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