Norman Livermore (7-24-19) service 8-4-19

Norman Lee Livermore, 87, of Saltillo, went on to be with his creator on Wednesday, July 24.
He was born in Elmira Heights, New York, on Oct. 2, 1931. Norman was a member of Saltillo First Baptist Church where he loved to sing and worship with his extended church family. He retired from Bethlehem Steel after 21-years of service. After a number of years as a part time retiree residing in Venice, Florida, he returned to his love of farming upon moving to Saltillo. He enjoyed watching all kinds of sports, mowing, gardening, playing cards (Hearts/Bridge), auctions, flea markets, refinishing furniture, eating ice cream and drinking lots of coffee.
Norman’s passing was preceded by his wife, Betty Tanis Livermore; and his son, Terry B. Livermore Sr.
He is survived by his sister, Phyllis Livermore Smith of Ithaca, New York. He was also survived by his three children, daughter Debra L. Livermore of Acampo, California, daughter Rebecca A. Livermore of Jonesville, North Carolina, and son Larry B. Livermore of Martinsburg, West Virginia. Norman was blessed with two grandsons, Terry B. Livermore Jr. of Stephens City, Virginia, and Jeremy L. Livermore of Winchester, Virginia; and great-grandsons Weylyn and Dakota, and one granddaughter, Leasa Balanza of Lodi, California, and great-grandson Wyatt.
Norman is also survived by his three step-daughters, Annette Alessi of Birmingham, Alabama, her daughter Jennifer Westlake and five children, Linda Bowersock and her husband Terry of Savannah,  along with their three children, daughter Christina Lilly, Venice, Florida, and two children, Leigh Ann McLaughlin, Englewood, Florida and her two children,  Kimberly Burnside of  Venice, Florida, and her two children, along with Susan Morello and her husband Brad of Waynesville, North Carolina, and their two children, Joanie Handcock, Waynesville, North Carolina, and their four children and Matthew Hancock, Huntsville, Alabama, and one child.
His wish was to be cremated. Memorial services will be held at the Saltillo First Baptist Church,  220 Main St., Saltillo, Tenn. 38370, on Aug. 4 at 4 p.m. A meal will be provided by the ladies of the church. In lieu of flowers his request was to send donations to Saltillo First Baptist Church.