We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Bolden-Tilghman Mortuary Service
Norman Elwood Brice was born September 3, 1943, to Samuel and Carlesia Brice (deceased). He transitioned peacefully to his eternal rest Thursday, December 30, 2021, at the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Easton.
He grew up in Easton and was raised in a loving and caring home by his parents, who loved the Lord. As a child, he attended Mount Pisgah Holiness Church in Easton with his brothers and sisters. Norman was educated in the Talbot County School System, graduating with the class of 1961 from Robert Russa Morton High School.
Norman married the love of his life, Betty B. Brice, in 1975; They had two children, Monte and Deandra. Norman was a devoted father and grandfather, he enjoyed spending time with his family, but few things brought him more joy than his grandchildren. He was always there; it didn’t matter how far or what time, you could always count on Norman to be there for his family and friends.
Norman was the sole proprietor of Norman’s Moving & Storage, Inc. for thirty years. You could always find him driving his yellow truck, always willing to arrange his schedule to help anyone in need, whether it was moving into a home or moving a piano. Norman took great pride in owning his business and enjoyed mentoring others. Until his health began to fail, he was an active member of TriLife Christian Center in Easton.
Norman leaves to cherish his memories with his wife, Betty, son, Monte Blake, daughter, Deandra Cordani (Jonathan); grandchildren, Jacob, Andrew and Shamonie, one brother Harold Brice, Sr., (Jessie), one sister Louise Brice, and a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, relatives and friends.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, Kenneth, Royce and Wardell Brice, Sr., and his sisters, Gladys and Bernice Brice.
Norman was a man of a few words, but he spoke volumes with his smile, a nod, and a look. All who knew him will deeply miss him, but he will forever live in our hearts and our memories.