Winslow-Norman B. Quirion 85, died early Tuesday morning April 11, 2017 at Lakewood Manor in Waterville. He was born in Winslow, Maine on November 1, 1931 the son of Josephat and Anna (Veilleux) Quirion.\r\n Norman was a Winslow High School graduate and attended classes at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.\r\nHe was a former Police Officer and Detective working for the Waterville Police Department for over 18 years and also worked briefly as an Officer for the Winslow Police Department.\r\nHe was also a 3rd degree member of Holy Spirit Council 13486 Knights of Columbus of Waterville, Maine. \r\nNorman was predeceased by his first wife Geraldine (Dionne) Quirion in 2004, his son Stephen P. Quirion in 2010.\r\ntwo brothers: Robert and Gerard Quirion a sister: Viola Quirion, his two mother-in-laws: Adele Dionne and Harriet Morris.\r\nHe is survived by his second wife: Mary Louise (Morris) Tremblay of Winslow, 2 sons: Daniel Quirion and wife Lynda of Winslow and Timothy Quirion and wife Cheryl of Randolph. Two daughters: Terry Ann Hebert and husband Richard of Fairfield and Patricia Young and husband Michael of Presque Isle. Step-daughter: Elizabeth Tremblay of Virginia. His grandchildren: Amy and Matthew Alaimo, Matthew and Racheal Ceban, Bradley and Kaitland of Canada, Allison Young of Mass., Justin Quirion of Winslow, Jared Quirion and companion Malorrie Nadeau,\r\nTrevor Quirion and Marisa Quirion both of Randolph. Great-grandchildren: Tenley and Nola Ceban, Khia Lynn and Joslynn Alaimo.\r\nStep-grandchildren: Sascha Couture and Edward Couture both of Virginia. Also his loving cat "Mister Dewey";1 brother: Raymond Quirion of Virginia and 1 sister: Collette Lachance of Winslow. \r\nThere will be no public visiting hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 A.M. Saturday May 13, 2017 at Notre Dame Church in Waterville. Committal prayers and burial will be in St. Francis Catholic \r\nCemetery in Waterville with a luncheon to follow at Notre Dame church hall. The family would like to express a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Clifton Smith, Dr. John Love and Dr. Charles Jacobs and nurse practitioner Christina Carter, also the\r\nstaff at MaineGeneral Medical Center in Waterville and Augusta and Winslow Fire and Rescue Squad. Condolences may be expressed and guestbook signed at www. gallantfh.com Donations in his memory can be sent to the Arrangements were made through the Gallant Funeral Home 10 Elm Street Waterville, Maine.