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Norman Allen Korpal

May 09, 1943 - Mar 03, 2021


Norman Allen Korpal of Plymouth, WI, passed away March 3, 2021 after a short battle with COVID-19. Norm was born May 9, 1943 in Milwaukee, WI to Norbert and Lorraine (Duke) Korpal. After high school, Norm worked for UPS from 1969-1985. He was also a dairy farmer in lower and upper Michigan. He loved fishing, dogs, camping, boating, mechanics and restoring cars. Norm loved spending time with family and friends.
In 1963, Norm married Carol Kolata. They had four children Neil, Lisa, Lorri and Matthew. Norm was remarried in 1976 to Susan Melville and together they had two daughters, Kathleen and Kelly. Norm was preceded in death by Sue in 2004 and never remarried.
Norm is survived by his children, Kathleen (Jim) Sawaski, Lorri Charlton, Lisa (Floyd) Bissonette, Neil Korpal, Kelly Powell; best friend and brother, Paul Engle; grandchildren, Dustin (Cabrina), Andrew (Abby) and Mattece Charlton, Ryan and Kyle Peters, Matt and Jace Bissonette, R.J. and Henry Sawaski; 13 great-grandchildren, Dominic, Natalie, Avah, Amelia, Gus, Aaliyah and Liam Peters, Alannah, Willow and Tatiana Charlton, Liberty, Temperance and Aurora-Rose Sawaski. Norm is also survived by his siblings, Susan and Chuck Erke, Karen and Phil Stillwell, Shirley Bernecki, Linda and John Grimes, Cheryl and Pat Hyman, Michael and Theresa Korpal, Lois and Bob Thompson; dear friends, Karen and Klaus Pernat and many cousins, nieces and nephews.
Norm was preceded in death by his wife, Susan Korpal; son, Matthew Korpal and parents Norbert and Lorraine Korpal.
Norm was a kind and loving soul. He is deeply missed by all who knew him.



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Lois Thompson

RIP Norm, I’m going to miss our conversations on the genes we inherited, you and I seemed to have a lot of them in common. Love you Brother!

Karen L Stillwell

Love you brother, I will always cherish the memories we shared while we were growing up...