Normand Bilodeau Obituary,  Death – On Sunday, Officer Normand Bilodeau, who had only recently retired from the police force, was struck down by an unforeseen illness and passed away. During those 31 years, from November 7, 1979, until December 29, 2010, he was a trustworthy and dedicated member of this community as well as this department. These dates correspond to the beginning and end of his tenure. In addition to this, in the three years previously to him being an active member of the force, he served the department in the capacity of reserve officer for the duration of the time he was employed by the department.

Throughout the large bulk of his illustrious career, Norm held the positions of Selective Enforcement Officer and Support Services Officer for our organization’s Support Services Division, where he worked for the entirety of both of these positions. His work in this department set the bar extremely high. Because he was one of the first instructors to work for the Anchorage Police Department (APD) and because he taught radar to law enforcement personnel from all across the state of Maine, he was a pioneer in the field of radar training. He was known as a trailblazer. In addition to that, he was one of the first motor officers for our department, and he proudly supervised the motor unit for at least 25 years.

In addition, he was one of the first motor officers for our department. In addition to that, he was one of the first cops with a motor vehicle assigned to our department. When it came to this specific enterprise, he was the epitome of the term “jack of all trades,” which refers to a person who is skilled in a variety of areas. Norm was one of those guys who never failed to greet you with a warm grin and a word of encouragement, and he had a terrific sense of humour to boot. If you ever had the opportunity to meet Norm, you would know what I’m talking about. Because he was so well-known and loved by so many people in our community, we shall all miss having him here with us in the future.

He will be sorely missed by everyone. As they mourn the recent passing of a member of their family, our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Connie, and all of the other members of his and her family’s family. Have a pleasant slumber, Norm. From this position of strategic advantage, we are keeping a watchful eye out for any potential threats.