03.23.10

Norman Gallin Liveten

Norman Gallin Liveten, 87 of New Haven, CT and Mill River, MA died March 22, 2010. He was born March 22, 1923, son of the late Isaac and Mary Gallin Liveten. He is survived by his wife Helen Zaientz Liveten, a son Andrew Robert Liveten and his wife Nancy Aubrey Liveten of Bethany, a daughter Sharon Beth Liveten of Los Angeles, CA and two grandsons Mark Aubrey Liveten and Peter Aubrey Liveten. He was predeceased by his brother and friend Benjamin David Liveten. He graduated the University of Virginia after serving in Africa and Italy during WW II. He was the owner and president of New Haven Plumbing and Heating Supply of New Haven and Standard Plumbing and Heating Supply of Meriden. He loved his family, his dogs and his collections.

Funeral service will be held Thursday, 11:AM at Congregation B’nai Jacob Synagogue, 75 Rimmon Rd, Woodbridge, CT. The Interment will be in the B’nai Jacob Cemetery, Jewell St., New Haven. Period of mourning will be observed through Saturday evening at 66 Carrington Rd., Bethany, CT. Memorial contributions may be made to The New Haven Land Trust, 315 Peck St., PO Box D10, New Haven, CT. 06513 or the New Marlborough Historical Society, PO Box 338, Southfield, MA 01259. The Weller Funeral Home, 493 Whitney Ave., New Haven is in charge of arrangements. To sign a memorial book please visit wellerfuneralhome.com

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15 Comments

  1. Dave Brayfield said,

    03.24.10 at 8:07 am

    We are so sorry to hear about your fathers passing. He was a good man and it was pleasure working for him at New Haven Plumbing. Our thoughts are with the whole Liveten family.

    Dave & Kathy Brayfield

  2. Jeanne Musto said,

    03.24.10 at 9:48 am

    Dear Helen – Please accept Dave’s and my condollences upon the death of your dear husband. He was a sweet man and a wonderful neighbor. – Dave & Jeanne Musto

  3. Margie Triano said,

    03.24.10 at 10:38 am

    Dear Helen and Family:

    Janie told me about Norman’s passing and I want you to know that
    my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    He was a kind and pleasant man everytime I was in his company
    and I am sure he will be sorely missed.

    Warm regards, Margie Triano

  4. Ellie Goldstein said,

    03.24.10 at 2:38 pm

    Dear Helen, Sharon & Andy,

    I was so sorry to hear of Norm’s passing & send my sincerest sympathies to all of you.

    Ellie Goldstein

  5. Joseph and Nancy Boney said,

    03.24.10 at 6:51 pm

    To all of the Liveten family:
    I want you all to know how sorry we are for your loss. Norman was a giant in our industry and was a gentleman. He will be missed. You have my deepest sympathies.

  6. John and Hanna Pantle said,

    03.24.10 at 6:54 pm

    To the Liveten family,
    We’re so sorry to hear of your husband and father’s passing. He was a super man and quite a horse & dog dad. Some of my favorite stories had to do with him and the dogs Sharon found that earned their frequent flier miles going back to MA. Our sincerest condolences. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.
    John and Hanna Pantle

  7. Jill Weyler Lesage said,

    03.25.10 at 1:03 am

    Dear Helen, Andy, and Sharon,
    Mom and Dad may winter in AZ, but they were the one’s that told us about Norman’s passing. John and I will be out of state on Thursday, but we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family. My fondest memories of Norman are in your New Haven home where Norman would let me view his beautiful model trains and share his vaste knowledge of these collectables. His eyes sparkled brightly when speaking his passion for trains. Our sincerest condolences and deepest sympathy.
    Jill and John Lesage

  8. Michael Amore (Jet Cleaners) said,

    03.25.10 at 7:24 am

    Norman was a long-time customer at my family business, Jet Cleaners.
    Always the gentleman, Norman always had a smile and a kind word for anyone one of our staff members who served him. After his retirement, I missed seeing and chatting with him…

    My deepest sympathy to the famly.

  9. Audrey Alpert and Robin Mendel-Rosenberg and Saul Rosenberg said,

    03.25.10 at 8:15 pm

    Helen:

    We are so sorry to hear of Norman’s passing. He was an incredibly warm and loving human being. Our sincerest sympathies go to you and your family.

    Audrey Mendel Alpert and Robin and Saul Rosenberg

  10. Ellen Rogowski Landowne said,

    03.25.10 at 9:52 pm

    I am so sad to learn of Norman’s death. He was a fine and caring gentleman. He and Benjy were my “big brothers” when we lived on the 1st floor of 443 Whitney Ave. from 1935-1940. Ike & Mary Liveten were like grandparents to me, and Wendy was my first dog.
    I will always love your family and miss them all. Please know that we share in your loss, and send our deepest sympathies.
    Ellen Rogowski Landowne

  11. Eric and Ann Marie Weyler said,

    03.26.10 at 10:15 am

    Dear Helen, Andy and Sharon,

    Ann Marie and I were deeply saddened to hear the news of Norman’s passing. He was the true gentleman, respected by all for his wisdom and sincerity. He will be profoundly missed by countless family, friends and employees. Our thoughts are with you all at this most difficult time.

    With fondness and our deepest sympathy,

    Eric and Ann Marie Weyler

  12. Brad & Shelly Noyes said,

    03.26.10 at 12:24 pm

    Our deepest sympathies to the entire Liveten family.
    Ben and Norman were representatives of what it was like to work for a “family” business. It was a honor to know and work for them both.

  13. Tim Taylor said,

    03.26.10 at 2:22 pm

    We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to the Liveten family.
    Tim Taylor and friends at the Buckingham Routh Co.

  14. Al and Irma Evans said,

    03.26.10 at 10:44 pm

    To the Liveten family:

    We were saddened to learn of Norman’s passing. Please know that our thoughts and sympathy are with you.

  15. Alison Climo said,

    03.29.10 at 8:13 pm

    Helen,
    my deepest condolences for Norman’s passing. I remember you both fondly though it has been a while since we have seen eachother.
    Sincerely,

    Ali Climo (eldest daughter of Larry & Diane)