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NNCLC & NV State AFL-CIO Mourn the Passing of Glenn Norton

Wendy Colborne
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Brothers & Sisters,

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Mr. Glenn Norton, a dedicated union leader and the definition of a pro-labor champion. Mr. Norton was a key figure and staunch advocate of the Nevada State AFL-CIO, who truly believed that coming together as unions is crucial to their survival and progress. During his service to his branch and the union movement, he made great efforts to assist members who needed information, assistance with contracts, and encouraged members to stand up for injustices that laborers faced daily.

“I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my friend and colleague, President Glenn Norton. His dedication to the labor movement and his strong presence will be sorely missed,” said Executive Secretary-Treasurer Susie Martinez. “We extend our condolences to Glenn’s family, friends, and all of the members of NALC Local 2502 during this time.”

Glenn Norton was the longest serving board member of the Nevada State AFL-CIO having served for 16 years, in addition to holding office for the longest of any President for Local 2502 remaining in office for 17 years. Prior to being hired by the United States Postal Service, he was a schoolteacher. Mr. Norton was a veteran, a trumpet playing musician, and someone who gained happiness seeing the happiness of others. Glenn Norton will be missed by his wife Darlene, his daughter Corey, son-in-law Jonathan Guerin, and his two grandchildren. If you wish to extend your condolences to Glenn’s wife Darlene Norton, you may do so with the following address:


Darlene Norton

1517 Sunburst Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89110


In Solidarity,