Lifetime Dairy Farmer Makes a Lasting Impact

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Norman Coulter sits at the controls of his big John Deere, hauling silage for his dairy farm at the end of Hale Street.

A memorial fund has been established by the family of Norman Coulter, a Suffield dairy farmer all his life. It is through the World Vision program for farm animals. The memorial will help give a life-changing gift to families in third-world countries. The animals will help provide families with the nutrition of milk and eggs for years to come. The goal is to hopefully to have enough contribution to provide families with the lasting impact of two cows, two sheep, two goats, two pigs and twenty chickens.

Contributions can be made online or by check. Online donations: If contributing by check, please make checks payable to Deborah Coulter-Fusick, 841 Taintor Street, Suffield. CT 06078. No contribution is too small. Civic organizations are most welcome to join in this project. Norman’s family wishes to thank you for your donation to help make a positive difference for generations to come.

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