Normand Amyot, 72 of Port St. Lucie passed away Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
Born June 5, 1948 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and has resided in Port St. Lucie since 2007 moving there in 2007 from Canada.
Mr. Amyot was a retired warehouse director for McKessen Medical-Surgical.
He was a bicycling enthusiast and would often ride 20-30 miles a day.
Survivors include his beloved wife, Lisette Jannotti; loving daughter, Maryse Amyot and grandchildren, William and Alexia Major.
No services are scheduled.
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Arrangements by Millennium Cremation Service-Port St. Lucie.
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