Francis Borrman

 

(April 29, 1890-February 9, 1974)

 

Norfolk Man Dies

 

NORFOLK - Francis Borrman, 83, a former resident of Norfolk and Potsdam, died this morning at the St. Regis Nursing Home, Massena, where he had been a patient two years.

 

The funeral will be at 10 a.m., Monday, at the Buck Funeral Home, Norwood, Rev. David Plank, rector of the Norwood Episcopal Church, officiating. Spring burial will be in Bixby Cemetery.

 

Calling hours will be Sunday evening only from 7 to 9.

 

Friends are asked to make donations to the Heart Fund.

 

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Beadle, Massena; three sons, Robert, Potsdam, Maynard, LaPeer, Mich., Mayo William, Weston, Conn.; a brother, William, Los Altos, Calif., and five grandchildren.

 

Born April 29, 1890, he married Sarah Tucker in 1913 and they lived in Norfolk and Potsdam until her death in 1953. Mr. Borrman was founder of the Borrman Stone Quarry on the Norwood-Norfolk Road and later managed the same quarry when it became the Northern Stone Quarry.

 

He was a World War I veteran.

 

(Original obituary source unknown, provided by Valerie Roulo)