1914 4th Street. Marysville, WA 98270

Frederick Norman March 26, 1957 - March 31, 2024

Frederick Ward Norman (Fred), 67 of Granite Falls passed away on March 31, 2024 after he suffered a heart attack.
Fred was born March 26, 1957 to the parents of Robert Norman and Astrid Ellingsen in Seattle WA. After graduating from Meadowdale High School in 1975 he entered the work force making an impression in the Pipe Fitting industry. Between the Ship Yard, Commercial Sprinklers and  Residential Gas Piping, it’s safe to say he had laid a lot of pipe in his day.
In 1981  Fred married Denise Pennington and had 3 boys Robert, Nicholas, and Trevor. After their divorce in 1999, Fred was a single father raising 3 boys until he met the love of his life Stacy Browning in 2006. He became a father figure to her two children Shaun Heys and Shelby Browning. Fred and Stacy were inseparable for the next 18 years until the day of his untimely passing.
Fred was loved by many, leaving a lasting impression on everyone he met. He truly was the life of the party. With his quick wit, unpredictable sense of humor and creative artistic skills, you never knew what he was going to say or do. He loved his fires and any time on the water fishing especially with worms. He loved staying busy outside with his many projects.
Fred is survived by his wife Stacy Browning and his Dog Harley aka Leroy Brown, his sisters Martina, Julie, Nancy, brother Brian, his five children Robert, Nicholas, Trevor, Shaun, and Shelby, fourteen grandchildren and 1 great grandchild on the way. Preceded in death by his parents Robert and Astrid.
Fred was greatly loved and will be greatly missed. Rest Easy Fast Freddy


  1. Chris Reichelt says

    Sorry for all of Fred’s loved ones.

    I met Fred one time at his house where Dennis Rodman was in the backyard. He was a unique guy with a great sense of humor.

    I know he made my aunt very happy and that’s all someone can ask for.

  2. Chris Reichelt says

    Sorry for everyone’s loss.

    I met Fred once at his crazy house with Dennis Rodman in the backyard. He was definitely a unique guy and had a great sense of humor. He made my Aunt very happy and glad they found one another.

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