Norman Tutin

Norman Tutin

January 27, 1927 ‐ March 31, 2020
Norman Tutin
Birthplace: England Resided In: Bay Village,Ohio Visitation: July 18, 2020 Service: July 18, 2020

Norman Tutin, age 93, passed away on Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 at his home in Bay Village, surrounded by his family. Norman is proceeded in death by his beloved wife, Margaret A. Tutin (nee, Ainslie), of 65 years. Loving father of Barry Tutin, Diane Tutin-Westover, Brian Tutin and Sandra Tutin. Devoted Grandfather of Lyndsey (Felix) Hafner, Ian (Abigail) Westover, Madison (Curtis) Mange, Jennifer Tutin-Smith and Tiffany (Carly) Tutin; Fond Great-Grandfather of Julian, Harrison, Liam, Ethan, Issac, Eli, Ezra, Lucy, Baylor, Ramsey and Carson. Born January 27th, 1927 in Boldon Colliery, England, son of John and Esther (nee, Gatenby) Tutin (deceased). In his early years, Norman proudly served as a Petty Officer in the Royal Navy. In 1953, Norman moved to the United States to pursue a new life with his family. Norm will be remembered for his hard work and dedication, having successful careers as both an entrepreneur, and salesman. Norman was an avid golfer and had a love for travel. He considered Florida to be his second home, especially during the colder months, a place where he made lifelong memories with both family and friends. A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 18 at 2:30 pm at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake, where family and friends will be received from 1pm until time of services. 


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Guest Comments

Marcy Plymesser
Cleveland, Ohio

I am honored to have known Mr. Tutin. Such a genuine Englishman he was. And blessings to you!

Ivan Tutin
Buckinghamshire, England

To Barry and all the family. I was saddened to read today, of the death of my cousin Norman. I have happy memories of his visits back to the UK with Peggy, and I will never forget the warm welcome they gave us when I visited them in Ohio with my parents in 1970. My thoughts are with you all. Please email me when you have a moment. God bless.

Marie /Paul Works
New Glasgow Nova Scotia

Our deepest sympathy We said good by at Grand Shores We will miss Norm And give thanks for his long life with us Xoxo

Pamela leeson

I’m so sorry that your dad has passed. I remember so many fond memories growing up with your family in Bay Village. In fact I believe your folks were godparents to Lori and I. It is hard to believe they are all gone now but the memories are wonderful.

Anne & Bruce Campbell
Sedalia, CO

Dear Barry,
We are sad for the loss of your father. I can imagine how well you took care of him judging how well you took care of my parents. May God bless and care for you and your family.

Cristy Peffer
Broadview Heights Ohio

Barry you have always been such a kind and respectful person. I always look forward to you coming in to chat and to hear all of your fascinating stories. My heart goes out to you in your loss. I’m am so sorry for you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. If there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I am always here if you want to talk or hang out. Cristy

Joe Lipchek
Brecksville Ohio

What a great man who left a great legacy! Barry I love ya brother and know your dad will live on through you and your family forever. God Bless you all.

Amy Bell Hearns

I’m so very sorry for your loss, with sympathy, Amy

Joe and Susie Lipchek

Sorry to hear about your Dad.
May he rest in peace.

Lorraine & Henry Waleski
Meriden, CT

Norman was a delightful man that we were fortunate to get to know at Grand Shores West. RIP

Bainbridge, Oh

Barry, Diane, Brian, Sandy

My sympathy goes out to you. May you keep your memories of your dad close to your hearts.

Bainbridge, Oh

Barry, Diane, Brian, Sandy

My sympathy goes out to you. May you keep your memories of your dad close to your hearts.

Dorothy Milburn and family
Cheshunt UK

So very sorry to hear that your Dad has passed away.
He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered. Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.

Donna Robertson

Brian and Family :
Please accept our most sincere sympathy on the passing of your dear Dad - he was a true gentleman and your family was indeed blessed with two wonderful parents who are at peace together again. Please take good care in midst of all this crisis and stay safe and healthy .

Donna and John Robertson
Nova Scotia and Florida

Barry & Verna Brown
Durham, UK

Norman will be sorely missed and will be always in our thoughts.

Gregory Winters
North Olmsted

I admired Norman very much. He was one of the best men I've ever known.
Please accept my sincere condolences on his passing.

Linda Fudala
Manchester, nh

So sorry for you loss. He was a great man.

Karen Ross and Family

So very sorry to the entire family for your loss . Norm was such an inspiration to me in so many ways in how he lived his life all the way to then end . He was kind , thoughtful and a real conversationalist . I truly will miss him . May he Rest In Peace for eternity.
Love to you all .

Brian and Deb Morris
Midhurst, Ontario, Canada

It was such a joy and privilege to have Norm a part of our lives for years.

Denise McCloskey

R.I.P. Norm, I learned so much working with you. Your knowledge of the business was so huge and you had such a great sense of humor. Good Times and a Good Man. My Prayers and Thoughts to the Tutin Family.

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

My condolences to Norman's family. Norman was my neighbor across the hall at Grand Shores. Didn't see him much but when I did always said hello in his quiet way. He will be missed.
Farewell Norman

Bonita/Jess Westfall
West Des Moines, IA

Norm will be missed by so many people, and we are among them!
Loved sitting beachfront at GSW and talking to him. His dry sense of humor made me laugh.
GSW will never be the same without the Big Kahuna being there.
I know he is dancing with Peg right now.
Our hearts and hugs go out to the Tutin family.

Nancy Holden & Mark Daggett
Howard, Oh

Our deepest condolences to family and friends. We are glad we got to know Norm, he will never be forgotten.

Nancy Holden & Mark Daggett
Howard, Oh