Norman G. Link Jr. 59, of New Castle, PA, went home to be with his Precious Lord and Savior on Saturday, February 12, 2022 at UPMC Jameson Hospital.
Born June 30, 1962 in Ellwood City, he was the son of the late Norman G. Link Sr. and Darlene Cooper Link. He was married to Kathy Kloos Link.
Norman was a graduate of Laurel High School and attended Slippery Rock University. He previously worked at Little Arties, Stop Buy, Tibor Jewelers, Family Christian Store in Cranberry, and was the manager at Grand Book and Bible. Norm was a member of the Hope and Light Free Methodist Church in Ellwood City where he served as a soloist, member of the board, trustee, custodian, and a Sunday School Teacher. He was extremely proud of being the Director of Christian Education. He loved Star Trek, 3 Stooges, was a friend to all and was loved by many.
Survivors include his wife Kathy; mother Darlene; brother, Gerald (Mable) Link Sr. of New Castle; son, Daniel (Tanya) Stunkard of New Galilee; nephew, Gerald Link, Jr. of New Castle; niece, Brandy (Tim) Pizor; four grandchildren; Christopher, Isaiah, Danni Lynn, and Tristan Stunkard and three uncles, and two aunts.
In addition to his father Norman, he was preceded in death by his son Steve Stunkard in 2005.
Visiting hours will be held on Thursday, February 17, 2022 from 3:00 pm until the time of the Celebration of Life Service at 6:00 pm at the Hope and Light Free Methodist Church (the former Free Methodist Church) 412 Glen Avenue, Ellwood City. Rev. Chuck Jewell and Rev. Forrest States will officiate.
Memorial Contributions may be made to New Creation Free Methodist Church in New Castle.
Funeral Arrangements have been entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Ellwood City.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
I will sadly miss my old friend Norm. My heartfelt prayers extend out to family and friends. The suffering is over and he sits by the side of our Savior.
When we received word that you had passed, we were filled with mixed emotions, sad that you had left us at such an early age but Happy that you are finally free of the things you had suffered with for most of your life. We’re sure there was a large celebration when you arrived in Heaven. You wlll always be remembered with your love for Jesus and the many people that came to know Jesus because of your witnessing to them.
You will be greatly missed by many, Uncle Ray & Aunt Alice
How sad we were when we read about Norms passing. My husband and I were just talking about him on Saturday. We will miss his happy personality and beautiful voice. We always enjoyed talking with him. Our prayers are with his family and we know we will see him again. I’m sure he is singing in that heavenly choir now. Norm, it won’t be long for the big reunion in the sky. What a wonderful time that will be.