Norman A. Tokle

March 13, 1947 - July 17, 2021

Service: Private family services will take place at a later date.  Memorials may be directed to the Sioux Falls Area Humane Society.

Norman A. Tokle, age 74, died Saturday, July 17, 2021 at Sanford USD Medical Center.  Private family services will take place at a later date.  Memorials may be directed to the Sioux Falls Area Humane Society.  www.andersonandsonsfh.com

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  1. Roger kleinschmit on July 21, 2021 said:

    Worked with Norm for many years. Enjoyed visiting with him occasionally in the last few years. Very sad that I won’t be able to visit with him again. May he Rest In Peace.

    1. Gene & Sonja Oakland on July 22, 2021 said:

      Thank you for your kind words. Norm really appreciated your visits and help with the past employer information. He is certainly missed.

  2. Tim Bartling on July 23, 2021 said:

    God bless him .Great guy to work with and be friends with. will miss seeing Norm and his puppy. R.I.P.

    1. Sonja and Gene Oakland on July 23, 2021 said:

      Thank you so much Tim for remembering Norm. He is missed more than we could have ever imagined. No one is ever prepared for this and your kind words mean a lot.

  3. Keith & Leanne Lefers on July 25, 2021 said:

    So terribly sorry to hear about norms passing . What a great guy! Norms last two Springers were from us. We so loved running into him occasionally around town. He sure loved his puppies! He will be missed.

    1. Sonja and Gene Oakland on July 26, 2021 said:

      Thank you so very much for remembering our brother Norm is such a heart warming way. He certainly did love his pooches. It’s still hard to accept that he is gone.

  4. Steve and Marcia Rennich on July 25, 2021 said:

    We are sorry for your loss. Norm will be missed.

    1. Sonja and Gene Oakland on July 26, 2021 said:

      Thank you two so much for remembering Norm. He asked about you often and remembered our rides with you too. He always enjoyed running into you and catching up with your lives.

  5. Gail Bauer on July 30, 2021 said:

    I was so sorry to hear about your brother’s passing. I hope good memories keep you company in the days ahead.

    1. Sonja and Gene Oakland on July 30, 2021 said:

      Thank you so much Gail for remembering us at this difficult time. Your kind words mean a lot to us.

  6. Signe Rice on July 30, 2021 said:

    R.I.P. NORM

    1. Sonja and Gene Oakland on July 30, 2021 said:

      Norm is resting in peace in the arms of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

  7. Amy Wienk and Lois Schmidt on August 5, 2021 said:

    We worked with Norm in the SF School District. He was a hard worker and very considerate. We looked forward to stories of his dogs, riding his motorcycle, and projects around the house! He will be greatly missed! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time!

  8. Sonja and Gene Oakland on August 7, 2021 said:

    Thank you ladies for remembering our brother, Norm. We knew he was committed to his job and we’re glad to hear he shared stories about the things he enjoyed. Your kind words mean a lot to us.

  9. Gib Bohlman on August 16, 2021 said:

    Just recently found out. Worked with Norm at the school district we ate lunch together just about every day car,guns ,politics dogs, you name it we talked about it Norm a good friend. I’ll miss Norm we had some things we were planning to do together. Norm was a good man with a good heart ❤️. God Bless his family. Jesus will take great care of Norm…

    1. Sonja and Gene Oakland on August 24, 2021 said:

      Thank you Gib for your heartwarming remembrance of our brother, Norm. He spoke of you often and did indeed enjoy your many talks.

  10. Audrey abbott on August 22, 2021 said:

    Sonja & Gene, I’m so sorry for this late post, I seen his name in the obituaries but for some reason I didn’t connect that it was your brother I keep looking for the full obit with family & diid’t see a follow up.I feel awful for not responding sooner.
    Kaitlyn filled me in on what happened I can’t imagine what you went thru. I’m glad I had a chance to see & visit with Norm at the wedding. I know coming days will be hard but the tears will turn to smiles of remembering good times. Again, I’m so sorry for this late contact with you. Be well.