Condolences for Norman E. "Norm" Jambois



Our condolences to the family. Your dad was a great guy, with a happy heart and witty sense of humor. So sorry to read of his passing. Genoa will never be the same place without him, but there will be many great memories to hold on to.
From Debbie and Earlyn Hanson


I was surprised and saddened by Norm's passing. He was always such a positive person, ready to share a laugh and tell a story. He cared so deeply about his community. During my legislative days, a stop at the Jambois garage was mandatory, especially for a Republican, and it was always warm and welcoming. And they gave me good advice! Then, as I transitioned to Dairyland I enjoyed many meetings with Norm at the Village Board and in the community. My deep sympathy to all of you.
From Brian Rude


I just heard the news today of our dear sweet Norm’s passing and my heart dropped. My husband and I had the honor of meeting this wonderful man when we rented an apartment on Water Street in the village of Genoa from him, not once but twice during the decommissioning of the power plant down the street. The minute I met Norm it was instant kinship! i had the pleasure of sitting with Norm and Bill while they gave me a history session about the quaint place they both grew up in. They showed me a collection of so many awesome photographs of their proud little piece of heaven on earth and oh the stories they both shared as brothers. Spending time with them is one of my most treasured memories of living in Genoa I hold dear to my heart to this day. Norm always had a smile when I often walked up to the garage fto seek help with my car or the little place I called home. He was always happy to see me come in. I believe he had a knack for truly making anyone feel welcomed in his presence. Although I am relieved to know he passed peacefully, my heart goes out to his beloved family knowing only too well we grieve to the level we love and I know without a doubt Norm was truly loved not only by his entire family, but countless others who were as fortunate as Thomas and I to have met and got to know such a precious down to earth soul as Norm Rest in peace my friend and say hi to my son, Tyler, for me. With sincere condolences to the Jambois family, Angelia Yardy
From ANGELIA AND THOMAS YARDY


Where do you begin on such a wonderful man I have known all my life? So sorry to hear of his passing and would like to let all of the Norman Jambois Family that he will truly be missed. So many fun times with Norm and helping me out through the years. There are not many small town Shops like the one he had left. He loved his garage and all of the people that he brought business to. God Bless and may his ride in Heaven be as much fun as his was here on Earth. Amen
From James K Schultz


We were in the same high school class with Judy, 1960 Aquinas High School. On the 1st Sunday in Dec. 10 couples gathered (those that remain) each taking a turn to get together for Christmas. Norm still came after Judy's passing to bring his special form of cheer. Our home is to host this year so know we will all say a prayer in his memory.
From Mary Ann & Gene Roesler


Please accept my deepest condolences for your family.
From Phyllis Skarda


Fond memories of Norm and family; watched movies shown on his family's garage door as a kid and went to school with Judy, Betty, and Dennis. Enjoyed many fun times there at the family Garage! Remembering Norm's broad smile and sense of humor ( not unlike his brothers Bill, and Frank) as well! Love and happy memories to you all!
From Joan & Bo Gavin


Norm was a man who lived his life to the fullest. He was true to his faith family and community. We will miss you dearly at our family gatherings hearing your laugh but now you are with Judy and your baby daughter no more pain and suffering.
From Terry and Julie Sykes


Allow the love of others to lift you in this time of grief. I loved your dad and he was always the best to me. I missed your mom's passing and will forever be saddened by that. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love Teri
From Teri Paletta


so sorry to learn of Norm's passing. My Jim loved playing old time softball with Norm although they were on opposing teams. Rest in peace
From Linda De Long