In Memory

Norman Hummon

Norman Hummon

Of Pleasant Hills, died August 17, 2002 in his home. Born on June 1, 1944. Norm was a professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh serving twice as Department Chair. He was also the chairman of the Executive Committee of Academic Computing (ECAC). Norm had a tremendous love for fly fishing & the environment. He expressed this passion by serving as an instructor in the Baldwin Family Tyes Program. He is survived by his parents, Serge and Doris Hummon, his younger brother, David Hummon and his 3 children, Peter, Amanda and Daniel Hummon and his loving wife, Kathleen. Memorial Service will be held at Heinz Memorial Chapel at the Univ. of Pittsburgh on Sept. 10 at 10am. The family suggests that donations be made to the Western PA Conservancy

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11/18/11 07:26 PM #1    

Richard Peters

Norm and I were on the swim team and synchronized swim team together for several years and I remember his great diving skills. I'm shocked that he is no longer with us. He really had a great personalty and I thought of him many times through the years. God belss you Norman.

03/28/12 07:00 PM #2    

Diane Marie Bennett (Banas)

I was on the sync. swim team also and remember Norm fondly. Somehow I can't believe that our classmates are gone. They were all too young!

Diane Bennett (Banas)

02/15/17 01:03 PM #3    

Alan Kadon (Kadon)

Norm and I became good friends in our junior and senior years.  Although I was not on the swim team, Norm got me into the Synchronized Swim show my senior year.  I have always enjoyed that experience.  Thank you Norm.  It seems that all my good friends die young.  To all my friends still alive, count your blessings.




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