In Memorial

Norman Field

Date of Death: November 18th, 2021
14 Kislev 5782


Norman Field, 73, loving brother of Scott (Susie) Field and the late Sharon (the late Howard) Schwartz; devoted son of the late Sidney and Charlotte Field; beloved uncle of Eric (Erin) Field, Steven (Jaime Morenovalle) Field, Samantha (Teddy) Roth, Louis (Ginger) Schwartz, Steven (Monetta) Schwartz and Robert (Tracy) Schwartz; cherished great uncle of Ella, Elise, Gillian, Savannah, Rhianna, Hannah, Alec, Meghan, Cooper, Kelsey, and Stella; many loving relatives and friends.

Our wonderful brother, uncle and everyone's friend passed away peacefully at 2:30 AM on November 18th. Eighteen is "chai" in Hebrew which means life. Truly meaningful since we all will focus on Norm's amazing life and not his death which he said was unimportant to him.

Thank you for all the love and support you have shown Norm and our family. May he Rest In Peace, and his memory be a blessing for everyone that knew him.

Chapel service, Friday 10 AM at Shalom Memorial Funeral Home, 1700 W. Rand Road, Arlington Heights. Full vaccination requested and mask required to attend the chapel service. Interment Shalom Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. For information, including a link to view the service, shiva or to leave condolences: Shalom Memorial Funeral Home, or (847) 255-3520.

Service Information

Service : Friday, November 19th at 10:00 am
Service Location: Shalom Chapel Service -Shalom Memorial Funeral Home

Shalom Memorial Park
1700 W. Rand RoadArlington Heights

Guest Book & Memories

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December 17th, 2021

While he was still fighting the struggle with Parkinson’s , he was always a joy to be around. Norm I hope you found peace.

~John Troiani
~Fellow Rock Steady Boxer, IL

November 19th, 2021

How sad to hear of your passing. I had many fun days working with you and enjoying your passion of life. And really, only you could oversee the greatest, most challenging basketball pool, and create the infamous “Norm Field” rule. It will be remembered forever to those who have followed in your footsteps.
May you be remembered for all the years…..
Roslyn Steinberg

~Old friend, Chicago, IL

November 19th, 2021

I will miss Norm's warmth and always wise and funny comments on life. He shared his knowledge and patience with me. I will always be grateful for having known him.

~Sylvia Jasso-Labanauskas
~Friend and co-worker, Homer Glen, IL

November 19th, 2021

No one loved the Honeymooners more than Norman. To this day, he could remember lines from episodes that he saw 50 years ago, and still laugh as hard as he did when he first saw them. He and I used to love taking actual situations in our lives and retrofit them to lines from episodes.

One of the beautiful things about Norman was his relationships with his friends. He didn’t just feel close to them. He truly loved them. And of course, he adored his family.

Rest in peace, my friend. Margaret and I will miss you.

~Scott Sands
~friend, Lansing, Illinois


Yahrzeit Dates For Norman Field

Tradition directs us in the evening before the Yahrzeit dates listed below, the anniversary of our loved one's day of death, we are to kindle a candle in our homes as a reminder of their place in our hearts.

Gregorian Date
14th of Kislev 578312/8/2022
14th of Kislev 578411/27/2023
14th of Kislev 578512/15/2024
14th of Kislev 578612/4/2025
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