Norman Lucien Allard, Jr.
Norman Lucien Allard Jr., age 61, went home to be with his Lord Thursday, July 30, 2020 in Alabaster, AL. Norman was a loving husband, son and father who is loved by numerous family and friends. He was a genuine person who loves his family without limits, gave and helped anyone who needed him. Norman had a larger than life laugh that you couldn’t help but love being around. To know Norman was a blessing and a pure gift of God. Norman is survived by his loving wife, Patsy Allard; sons Mike Allard and Christopher Allard; daughter, Jessica Purvis (David); grandson, Mason Purvis; and granddaughters Olivia Plowman and Sophie Mae Plowman; parents Norman Sr. And Irene Allard; and numerous brothers and sisters. His services will be held in the charter Funeral Home Chapel, Tuesday, August 4, 2020. Visitation will be held at 10 a.m. and will be followed by the service at 12 p.m.
Rest In Peace my dear brother ?
I Love You!!
Rest In Peace Chief. You had such an impact on so many in the fire service. You taught many and were respected by many more. I thank you for guiding me to the fireman I am. We have lost one of the greats but will never be forgotten. God bless!! Go Sox!!
Stormin’ Norm fire department brother, leader and mentor to so many you will be missed by many. RIP brother
Norman tell mom hi she is waiting to hug you. I know you have your Angel wings fly high I will always remember how nice you were. My heart goes out to your family I know you will be missed. You are the sun that will be shining on your Family the moon that shine on them at night. You will always be with your family on Holidays and when there is family get together. My God bless your Family and my you Rest In Peace. Love your sister in law Deborah Mereno
You were not just a great boss but a mentor and a friend. I learned so much from you. You will be missed!
Rest in Peace Boss. Talked with several old friends today about our time with you at the Fire School. Great Boss, Mentor and Friend.
Rest in Peace Chief!
Thoughts and prayers for all
My sincerest and deepest condolences to the Allard family. I enjoyed getting to know Norman at Al Asad Fire Department and have some great memories, he was always there to assist and lend his knowledge and experience to me, and anyone that asked. He influenced everyone around him and made us all better. Rest easy brother.
You were a true mentor and friend and you will be truly missed. Rest now brother we will take from here.
I will never forget the compassion and guidance you showed me. It was a challenging time all those years ago as a brand new firefighter at my first assignment. Men like you shaped more careers than you will ever know. God Bless your family and please know his great legacy will live forever in the hearts and minds of the countless people he touched. All my best.
RIP Norman was nice meeting you in our younger yrs neighbor freinds .
May the peace of almighty god be with you on your journey through eternity
It’s been awhile since we worked together, but us at MacDill that knew you will always remember you. Rest In Peace
Rest in peace Chief Allard. The FD was never the same after you retired. What a beacon you are. Now our lives are missing you as we walk each day. My heart is with your family.
RIP my little brother ?
Norm, many knew you as Chief, but all of us know you as a friend. A coffee-regular to you, rest now my friend.
Rip Norman, roger and I will keep in our hearts the good times we had when we visited you and when you came home for a visit . Our prayers and love go out to Chris, Mike, Brenda . We are very sad you left your family to early. Our prayers also go out to his wife patsy .God bless you Norm your in good hands
Countless God sent men in all firehouses over my time, and you my legend of legends…you were a human magnet, if one did not gravitate towards you, they had no heart and soul…All of us would run through brick walls for you without hesitation…”common sense & training” was the requirement within your calling….When you retired it was like taking King Kong off that Island, it left the natives gutted…for all you were & meant to me, you were a genuine friend…I miss that the most…RIP legend, there was nobody like you…
Norm working side by side with you and learning from you and together has been one of the best experiences of my life. You passion for the Fire Service and dedication to your people has been a beacon for more people than anyone could realize. Rest In Peace brother, you have moved on to a better place but know your legacy will live for ever.
I am heartbroken and so devastated to learn Norman has gone to be with our Lord.
I have so many beautiful memories of our high school days together.
I loved hanging out watching him cook at Lum’s waiting for his shift to end so we could go riding around in that old green Ford pick-up he had.
I pray that the memories of his love and laughter will someday help you all through this very difficult loss.
My love and prayers for all of us who Norman touched and brightened our lives!
Your shift has ended-Rest In Peace my darling friend!