Norman F Shugarts

    June 3, 1921  -  July 15, 2010


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NORMAN F. SHUGARTS
Norman F. Shugarts of North Tonawanda, age 89, passed away after a brief downturn July 15, 2010 at DeGraff Memorial.
Mr. Shugarts was born June 3, 1921 in Troutville PA, son of the late Norman and Willa (nee Schock) Shugarts.
Mr. Shugarts was a twice wounded WWII Army veteran. He served as Staff Sergeant in the European Theater. He received the Purple Heart and the Oak leaf Cluster.
Mr. Shugarts retired from Bell-Textron in Wheatfield as a laboratory technician following many years of service.
Mr. Shugarts was a very active member of Grace Lutheran Church in North Tonawanda. He served for 29 years on the church council, was former council president, former council secretary as well as a member of the men's bible study group, member of the grounds committee and property committee.
Mr. Shugarts is predeceased by his wife the late Ellener Shugarts who passed away in 1999.
Beloved father of Bruce ( Paula) of North Tonawanda and Lauren ( Curt) Hammitt of Richmond VA; loving grandfather of S.Sgt. Travis Shugarts, Bradley, Jonathan and Audrey Hammitt; brother of William ( Dorothy) and Ronald ( Martha) Shugarts both of PA. Mr. Shugarts is also survived by his loving church family.
Friends may call Sunday from 6 - 9 PM and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the WATTENGEL Funeral Home 307 Oliver St North Tonawanda.
Funeral Services Tuesday at 1 PM from Grave Lutheran Church 375 Payne Ave.
The Rev. Janet Griffiths will officiate.
Burial with Military Honors will be in Acacia Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorials to Grace Lutheran Church.



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Born: June 3, 1921

Place of Birth: Troutville PA

Death: July 15, 2010

Place of Death: North Tonawanda, NY

Occupation: retired from Bell-Textron in Wheatfield as a laboratory technician following many years of service.

Hobbies: member of Grace Lutheran Church in North Tonawanda. He served for 29 years on the church council, was former council president, former council secretary as well as a member of the men's bible study group, member of the grounds committee and property committee.

Organizations: WWII Army veteran


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Wattengel Funeral Home