Mazerolle, Chief Superintendent Norman Georges (Retired)

Mazerolle, Chief Superintendent Norman Georges (Retired)

July 20th, 2021

It is with deep sadness, that after a prolonged illness, Norm Mazerolle passed away peacefully with his loving family by his side, in his 67th year, in London, Ontario on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021. Beloved husband of Jeanne (Moar) Mazerolle for almost 35 years. Loving father of Scott Mazerolle (Bonnie Skinner), Andrew Mazerolle (Tina), William Moar (Nicole Martini), and Michel Mazerolle (Chloe Trinh). Adored grandfather of Liam, Ella, and Hunter. Dear son of Joyce Mazerolle and the late Rheal Mazerolle (1999). Missed by siblings, Patrick Mazerolle (Gwendolyn), Alfred Mazerolle (Lorraine), Suzanne Latulippe and many nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. Will be deeply missed by his K9 companion, Delta.

Norm joined the RCMP in 1976 and served for 39 years in various RCMP divisions throughout Canada and also overseas in Kabul, Afghanistan. He was the recipient of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces, the 125th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal and the RCMP Long Service Medals.

At Norm’s request, cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Norm, to Diabetes Canada, Save the Children Federation, Inc. (, or a charity of ones choosing would be greatly appreciated. 

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Bonnie G. E. JOHNSTONJeanne and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Norm's passing. We had 7 great years working together. Norm was a very kind and generous man. He was very dedicated to the RCMP however, his family was very important to him. My sincere condolences. Bonnie Johnston Executive Assistant to C/Supt. Mazerolle
Rejeanne ArseneaultMes sincères sympathies à la famille. I went to school with Norm and had the pleasure of working with him in Tracadie-Sheila, NB. I have nice memories. RIP Norm, not forgotten, from Rejeanne and Jean-Guy.
C/Supt. Ross White (Ret'd)Sincere condolences to Norm's family and friends. RIP Norm, we have the watch from here.
Brad DuncanI was saddened to learn of Norm's passing. I worked with Norm for a number of years and found him to be a true gentleman, a strong leader and a compassionate individual. My heartfelt condolences to Norm's family, friends and colleagues.
Lucy nicholSincerest sympathies to Jeannie, Joyce and family. How to express to you our thoughts on the loss of Norm. Knew the family all our lives, our hearts are breaking for you. Greg and Lucy Nichol Formerly from Charlo NB now Fredericton.
Ed Hospodar Our condolences to the family! We were neighbours for several years in Dalhousie. RIP Norman!
Bob RochonOur condolences to the family! I had the distinct pleasure to serve alongside Norm in the late 1990's in Fredericton, NB. He was a true gentleman. Rest in peace my friend...
Randy CunninghamMy condolences to the Mazerolle family. I only knew Norm through our work on some projects but for me he represented the values I wanted to follow in service to our community. RIP
Gary McNeillDear Jeanne and family. So saddened to learn of Norm's passing. Many fond memories of our years working together on the Miramichi in the 1980's and the many hunting, fishing, snowmobile trips and social events. My sincere condolences. Gary
Norma LatulippeMy deepest sympathies to Joyce and the Mazerolle Family.,
Hughie McGuireI was so sad to hear of your loss. My heartfelt condolences. RIP Norman
Denise and Gilles TurgeonOur deepest condolences! Denise and Gilles Turgeon
Reginald & Susan FowlieJust to say deepest sympathies to you Jeannie and family, Norm was a very best friend and I would like to have talked to him again before this happened, about his life in Miramichi at the camp etc., Condolences, Reg and Susan Fowlie
Minh Trinh & De DangWe are so sorry to hear of Norm's passing. He was very important to our daughter & son in law (Chloe & Michel). Our heartfelt condolences and sympathies to Jeannie and the family. We have donated to both charities in memory of Norm. Rest in Peace Minh Trinh and De Dang
Lynn Campbell, O Division Fleet Manager, Retired I have many happy memories of Norm. He would come into my office to chat usually about a new gizmo for his car or something for the Division. He had a great sense of humour and was a good leader. He was a true gentleman who was proud of his job, his family and friends. My sincere condolences to his family. We have lost one of the good ones.
Jason BellchamberI am sorry for your loss Jeanne and Michel and your family. Norm taught me so much through his stories and humour. Norm didn’t brag about his numerous accomplishments of which it seems endless. I am very glad to have known him. He was one of the good guys.
Peter German, Deputy Comm'r (ret'd)I was shocked and saddened to read of Norm's passing. he was truly one of the 'good guys'. I came to know Norm when we were both quite far along in our careers. I had great respect for his kindness, his generosity of spirit, his professionalism, and his work ethic. He took on great challenges with a smile. Norm was a Mountie's Mountie and you just knew the job would get done. To his family and friends, my sincere condolences. RIP Norm... pete
Lori CorriveauI would like to offer my sympathy to Norm's family. I served in Kabul with Norm. In those close quarters, we all became good friends and each other's family. Norm was highly respected by everyone and always had a smile on his face. He was a pleasure to be with, particularly in a difficult environment. The world has lost a good one.
Tristan E LandryPlease accept my sincerest condolences. I served in Kabul with Norm and I was always impressed by his professionalism and dedication to his work. May he rest in peace.
Alexandra LamontMy condolences to Norm's family. I was fortunate to work with Norm in Kabul and he brought a very steady and reassuring presence to that environment where his good judgement was relied on by many. I was also always very impressed by his range of interests outside professional policing where he had excelled. Please accept my thanks and prayers for him.
Cora DehoogPlease accept my sincere condolences on your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Norm at London Headquarters. He always had time to discuss business as well as a few grilling tips.
Beverley RobsonI am very sadden to hear of the passing of Norm. It was a pleasure to work with Norm at London HQ. I use to run the Food Drive for London HQ each Christmas. Norm and Jeanne were extremely generous with their donations. They would come in with a cart full of food donations each year. Even after Norm retired they continued to support the Food Bank. Norm was one of a kind. Looks like a tough guy from the outside, but inside a heart of gold. My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family.
Lepa JankovicMay his memory be eternal. Norm provided me great support in my career which I will always remember and be thankful for. I send my condolences to the entire family.
Louise SavardJeanne and family, my sincere condolences. I was saddened to hear of Norm's passing. I worked with him in my first posting in Florenceville, NB. He was a great person who always made the time for people and was respected by all. May he rest in peace.
Insp. Kevin Crowder (Ret'd)I was saddened to hear of Norm’s passing. I played on the “J” Division hockey team with Norm for numerous years and was very fortunate to have worked closely with him during his time as “O” Division Crops Officer. My deepest condolences to the family.
Nathalie LeishmanI'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Norm. I had the pleasure of working with Norm at London HQ. I will always remember how fondly he spoke of his family and his kind heart. May he rest in peace.
B Manderson, (Ret'd)My deepest condolences to Norm's family. Norm was a natural leader, and a friend that would have your back; whichever you needed. It was a pleasure to work with him at "O" Div HQ while he served as Chief and his long acting assignments as Commanding Officer of the Division. I hope his family finds some support and solace in all these kind words of those that knew him too.
Doug Best, RCMP Supt. (Ret’d)I was shocked and saddened to learn of Norm’s passing. My sincere condolences to the Mazerolle family.
Doug Best, RCMP Supt. (Ret’d)I was shocked and saddened to learn of Norm’s passing. My sincere condolences to the Mazerolle family.
Staff Sgt. Cathy McCroryMy deepest condolences to Norm's family. He was a well respected Member of the RCMP and I am saddened to think that his retirement was so short after so many years of dedication. May he rest in peace.
Daniel Lauzon Mes sincères condoléances à toute la famille. Que de bon souvenir alors que nous étions coéquipiers à la section des stupéfiants au Détachement de Newcastle au début des années 80. 😇🤗💜
Art GuitardOur sympathies to Mom, Pat ,Freddy, Susan and his family for their loss. Norm was a dedicated senior sixer in the KOf C cub pack of which l was the leader. He was a boy of character and honor.He was a true young gentleman. God bless him and his family. Claudette and Art Guitard.
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