Norman Poehlman

Died: July 28, 2020
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Norman Diering Poehlman, 73, of Venice passed away July 28, 2020, at his home. He was born November 13, 1946 in Baltimore MD to the late Norman Poehlman Sr and Pauline Louise Crawford- Poehlman.

Norman was a veteran of the US Airforce serving in Vietnam as an aircraft mechanic. He also worked for many years with Northrup- Grumann as a crew chief for experimental aircraft. He will be remembered as a loving and kind husband, father, brother and grandfather. Norman was larger than life! Once you met him you could not forget him.

Survivors include his wife, Nancy, four daughters; Megan Poehlman- Forslund and husband, Michael, Meredith Hannam and husband, JP, Martha Poehlman and Madeline Poehlman, sister, Ruth Watson, brothers, David Poehlman and Chet Ackerman, grandchildren, Emma Forslund, Phoenix Erhart, Jackson Ahlas and twins, Taylor and Thomas (T.J.) Robinson.

Services will be held at a later date

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Martha M. Poehlman posted on 8/8/20

To my loving Father, whom I’m going to miss every day for the rest of my life~ You were always there to help me in my many times of need. This came to me as a shock as year prior you looked healthy. I think about you all the time & look up in the sky & talk to you. You’re memory will always be carried in my heart & I’ll always see signs in thee times of challenging times. I will know it’s your spirit watching over me as you will watch our family forever in heaven, Amen.


Tom and Phyllis Vosnick posted on 8/4/20

Nancy and family, Tom and I are so sorry to hear about the passing of Norm. Our prayers are with you and your family.


mitchell duchnak posted on 8/2/20

nancy: i am so very sorry for your loss. i was a classmate and roommate with norm for about a year at pittsburgh institute of areonautics. he will be missed by all who had the pleasure to know him. love mitchell duchnak


David Beans posted on 8/1/20

So Sorry for your Loss, I worked with Normy several years- he was my Crew Chief on the 737 and Supervisor.....Larger then life guy- taught me volumes- he will be missed. DWBeans


Michelle Cooper posted on 7/31/20

To: Meredith and Family, You have my deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. Keep the loving memories close in your hearts to comfort you daily as time moves on. Lastly, always remember that "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not Heal". May the Love of Jesus Rest Upon Each of You, Michelle Cooper


Susan Boronyak posted on 7/30/20

In memory of Norman Poehlman, Susan Boronyak lit a candle


Susan Boronyak posted on 7/30/20

Nancy, my sincere and deepest sympathy. I pray for your strength during this devastating loss. God bless you and your entire family.


Lana and Les Frank posted on 7/30/20

In memory of Norman Poehlman, Lana and Les Frank lit a candle