Danny Rocky Norman, 61 of Vero Beach and Palm Bay, passed away Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at Treasure Coast Hospice in Ft. Pierce.
Danny was born in Pequannock Township, New Jersey and had been a resident in Indian River County and Palm Bay for almost 50 years moving to the area from Boca Raton.
Danny was a graduate of Vero Beach Senior High School, Class of 1978. He was a veteran having served in the United States Army.
Danny was an avid fisherman and enjoyed time spent on the water and in the outdoors.
Survivors include his sisters, Alice Hartzog (Stewart) of Ft. Pierce and Linda Norman of Sebastian; nieces, Teresa Hartzog of Port St. Lucie and Nicole Saunders of Sebastian; nephews, Shawn Stillman and Joshua Stillman both of Sebastian and Joseph Saunders. Danny was preceded in death by his parents, Richard Donald and Marilyn Jane Norman; sister, Judy Griffith and brother, Richard Norman, Jr.
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