Norman Earl Britt, Jr was born on February 21, 1964 in Washington D.C. He was the son of Norman Earl Britt, Sr and Margaret (Pinkney) Britt.
He was educated in the Boston Public Schools and graduated from the Boston Technical High School. After High School, he completed two years of study at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, but due to financial hardships and the need to help take care of his family, he left school to work full-time.
Norman possessed a sharp mind and enjoyed having lively discussions on hot topics such as: politics, race relations, family matters, and most of all SPORTS! Everybody knows that Norman was a die-hard LA Lakers fan, and all Celtics fans had better beware, because in Norman’s mind, the LA Lakers were already the champs before the game started.
Most of all Norman was loyal and always loving towards his family. Family and friends could always depend on him to lend a helping hand whenever he could. Pre-Covid-19, he enjoyed being surrounded by friends and family at cookouts, birthday parties, family reunions, and impromptu get-togethers with loved ones. His laughter was infectious and he always had a joke or a story to tell, and you’d better be prepared to laugh. There was nothing too great or small that he wouldn’t do for those he loved.
Norman valued hard work and was a dedicated employee in the workforce. He was greatly loved and appreciated by his co-workers on the job, who enjoyed Norman’s personality and zeal for life. Some colleagues even became like brothers and sisters to Norman, because of their close knit friendships.
His proudest moment was when he became the father of his only child and son,
Norman Earl Britt, III, who brought him great joy and happiness. He was
Norman, III’s greatest cheerleader and was proud of all his accomplishments.
Norman is survived by son Norman Earl Britt III, devoted fiance Roselyn Martinez, siblings: Linda (Britt) Fieldler and Anthony Britt, niece Parriece Britt, great-niece and nephew Latasha Williams and LaVonte Britt, his three best amigos Chuck Fieldler, Darryl Malden, and Greg Molina, and a host of loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
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