74of Braintree formerly a long time Quincy resident, asked his wife to stop singing for the last time on Thursday, June 28th. He was surrounded at his home by his loving family and his beloved dogs Lilly and Delilah.  Always a goofball, Norman enjoyed sharing inappropriate jokes with anyone that would listen. He was always the funniest one in the room, just ask him, he would be sure to tell you. He was always ready for a road trip and there wasn’t a roller coaster in the world he wouldn’t ride. He adored spending time with his family, particularly traveling and enjoying all the food he could along the way. A professional in the all you can eat buffet circuit, he was always up for seconds…and thirds. In his free time, he also enjoyed fishing and bowling, but aggravating Judi (usually about her singing) was his favorite pastime. He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Judith (Koss) Greenfield, of Braintree, and his two daughters, Beth Lanigan and her husband Geoffrey, of Braintree and Rachel Greenfield of Jacksonville, Florida. He is also survived by his five grandchildren, Amanda, Marissa, Victoria, Alexis and Patrick, as well as his brother Alan Greenfield of Attleboro and many extended family members. He loved animals and they loved him, in lieu of flowers please make memorial donations to Sweet Paws Rescue, or  the animal rescue of your choice. Graveside services will be held at Pine Hill Cemetery, 815 Willard St., Quincy, on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018 at 1:00 PM. His family would like to extend their thanks to his dedicated team at Kindred Hospice Services, for supporting his desire to end his life the way he lived, at home watching TV. A special thanks to Sonia, Ednive, Cathy, Dr. Rippberger, Mary and Rabbi Alan for their never ending kindness.


Arrangements by
Schlossberg & Solomon Memorial Chapel
"Family Owned"

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