Norma A. Berlin

Born: Wed., Sep. 20, 1933
Died: Tue., Mar. 17, 2020


Family to do services at later date


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Norma A. Berlin, 86, of Toledo, passed away on March 17, 2020 in Toledo. She was born on September 20, 1933 to Edward and Rose Steusloff in Toledo.
   Norma was a devoted homemaker and worked in sales.  She enjoyed collectables, miniature displays, reading, traveling, and her beloved cat, Honey.  
   Norma was preceded in death by her parents and daughter, Kathy. Surviving are her children, Robert “Butch” (Stephanie) Berlin, Donald Berlin, Cheryl (Matt) Cope and Sharlene “Charlie” Hassen; several grandchildren and great grandchildren; and extended family and friends.
   Services for Norma will be private.  A Celebration of Life service will be held at a future date. Memorial tributes may be directed to the Toledo Humane Society.

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Kary Sauers
   Posted Sun March 22, 2020
Sending my condolences to Norma's family. I remember her from growing up back in the 60's. She was a wonderful woman and mother.

Jeanne Fairchild
   Posted Sun March 22, 2020
I am so sad to hear about Norma’s passing! I met her through Mobile Meals. I delivered to her for several years. Whenever I delivered we’d always chat for a bit. She told me all about her experiences in retail at her mother’s shop in Bellevue. She knew I have a dress shop and we would compare the “buyer’s experience”. She knew I had two small granddaughters and always excitedly asked to see their pictures every time I saw her.

My deepest condolences to her family.

Betty Ann Sprunk Reilly
   Posted Sun March 22, 2020
Berlin family,

I was so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I don't know if you remember me, but I babysat for all of you. I thought at the time she was the coolest!All of you are in my thoughts.

Betty Ann

barbara marksch
   Posted Sun March 22, 2020
my prayers are with Norma,s family ,I worked with Norma for years at Elderbeermans. She was also my gambling buddy,we went on alot of trips together to gamble at different casino,s by ourselves and with the group from work she will be greatley missed. God Bless you all

Toni Talley
   Posted Sun March 22, 2020
So sorry to hear of Norma’s passing. We worked together for many years at Elder Beerman in the men’s department and she was great to work with. We also became email buddies back when it just started to become popular. God speed Norma, fly high.

Beth Savino
   Posted Mon March 23, 2020
I was shocked and saddened to see the obit for Norma. She was a valuable employee for many years at Hobby Center Toys. We spent many hours on the road together traveling between stores.She became a very close friend.I loved her sense of humor. She was also such a hard worker. She moved to Florida to work with famous doll artist Faith Wick and we missed her. I would often see her at Elder Beerman and we would briefly chat. I did not know about the passing of Kathy which I regret. My thoughts and prayers are with her family especially Charlie who I remember well. I regret that I did not make an effort to try to find her. May she rest in peace.

Bev Stec Buck
   Posted Tue March 24, 2020
Sorry to hear about Norm’s passing. Norma was like a second mother to me. And I guess you could say I was like a second mother to all of you! The good old days when I practically lived at your house babysitting for 50 cents an hour! Cheryl.. you were flower girl in my wedding almost 53 years ago. It would be great to get together after this pandemic is over. Stay safe. Hugs/Bev

Ron Camargo
   Posted Wed March 25, 2020
What can I say, Norma and I met at Highland Park Teen Town and she was my mom away from mom ever since. She was one of the most down to earth,
kind and approachable people I ever met.My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I love you all.



Pattie Hemphill-Poston
   Posted Sun April 19, 2020
Hi, I worked with Norma at Hobby Center for many years while I was in college. She was always kind to me. We often had very meaningful conversations. May God comfort you at this time.


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