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Rev Norman L. Livingston
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Birth: Oct. 25, 1932
Overton County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Apr. 15, 2011
Montgomery County
Ohio, USA

Rev. Norman L. Livingston age 78 went home to be with the Lord from Kettering Memorial Hospital on Friday April 15, 2011. Pastor Livingston was born October 25, 1932 in Livingston (Overton County), TN He and his wife Velma (Looper) Livingston moved to Dayton, OH in July, 1950. Preceeded in death by his father and mother, Billie Lee and Gertrude (Qualls) Livingston. Survived by his loving wife of 61 years Velma (Looper) Livingston. Norman and Velma were married in Rossville, GA on May 6, 1950. Also survived by 3 daughters and 1 son. Daughter, Deborah (Livingston) and Roy Agee. Daughter Angela (Livingston) and Rick Dixon. Daughter Gayle (Livingston) and Dale Gibbons. Son Timothy L Livingston and Cheryl Livingston. 10 Grandchildren; Mark Agee (Emily), Monte Agee (Dina), Michael Agee (Miranda), Matthew Agee (Kim). Stephanie Wysong (Rusty), Ashley Sutherland (Jason). Jessica Behnfeldt (Micah), Emily, Sarah and Lacey Livingston. 15 Great-Grandchildren; Devon, Marcus & Ayden Agee. Attticus, Kaleb, Zeb, Madalyn, Monte & Olive Agee. Keely & Cole Agee. Isabella & Juliana Agee. Elijah Wysong. Emma Livingston. Brother Hugh and Joann Livingston (Overton County, TN) Nephews Damon, Greg and Bret Livingston.

Upon arriving in Dayton, Ohio in 1950 Norman's life was full of many life experiences and accomplishments which include Pastor and Evangelist. Radio Station Owner (WGNZ Radio, Dayton, Ohio). Syndicated Radio and Television Host in many States (Norm's Gospel Sing). Record Producer and owner of Gospel Shore Records. Gospel Music Concert Promoter (24 years at Dayton Memorial Hall) Holy Land Tour Co-Host (8 Trips to Israel). Worked for Trotwood Madison Schools in the Transportation Dept. Worked for Tate Manufacturing. Salesman for various products (Electrolux, Raleigh Products, Encyclopedias, Bibles) Pastor Norman Livingston served 25 years on the Presbytery Board for the Little Miami Conference for the FWB. Also 15 years as Chairman of the Board, Ordaining and Licensing numerous Ministers. Conducting 100's of Weddings and Funeral services. He received a Honorary Doctorate in 2003 from Life Christian University. His life's desire and passion was to reach souls with the Gospel through Sermon and Gospel Music. Preaching revivals and tent meetings in several states. He was called into the ministry in 1954, started a Mission in 1958 in a garage at 1722 Dewitt Drive, built 2 churches, founded and pastored the Greenview Calvary Tabernacle for nearly 53 years. Norman Livingston was a man uniquely gifted, greatly blessed and tremendously used by God to reach countless souls for over 6 decades. This world was a better place because Norman Livingston accepted Jesus Christ as his Saviour.

Reverend, Pastor and Dr. Norman Livingston will be remembered in Memorial Services hosted at the Greenview Calvary Tabernacle at 8010 N. Main Street in Dayton, Ohio. Viewing Wednesday April 20 from 2PM-6:45PM with Memorial Gospel Concert to follow at 6:45PM. Funeral Service Thursday April 21 beginning at 11:00AM to Remember and Celebrate the life and legacy of a special man. Thursday Service will be broadcast Live on WGNZ Radio 1110AM and online at At Pastor Norman Livingston's request in lieu of flowers contributions can be made to Greenview Calvary Tabernacle "Norm Livingston Memorial Fund". 
Created by: Fr. George Driskell
Record added: Apr 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68522568
Rev Norman L. Livingston
Added by: Fr. George Driskell
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I found Jesus through your ministry. Saved in 1981 at the Greenview Calvary Tabernacle. I will never forget you.
- Donna
 Added: May. 12, 2014
Free Will Baptist minister, evangelist and pastor. Gone to rest.
- winnie yandell
 Added: Jul. 19, 2012
May you rest forever in the Light of Christ.
- Fr. George Driskell
 Added: Apr. 17, 2011

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