SHHA mourns Norm Kish's passing

It is with great sadness that the Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association board of directors has announced the passing of Norm Kish, President of the Hotel Association of Saskatchewan from 2001- 2003.

Norm Kish

Norm Kish

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It is with great sadness that the Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association board of directors has announced the passing of Norm Kish. Norm
passed away suddenly on Sunday, January 18, while on vacation in
Hawaii. President of the Hotel Association of Saskatchewan, predecessor to the SHHA, from 2001-
2003, Norm was known by all for his dedication, passion and enthusiasm
as he served the members he represented in the hotel and beverage
industry.

Having
owned the Ice House Tavern in Emerald Park, he was a vocal member of
the Government Relations Committee and instrumental in the creation of
the Uniform Wholesale Liquor Price concept now before government.

Leaving
the board after 10 years of service, Norm continued to work with the
association analyzing and interpreting data and pursuing his other
passion, golf, where he also served as the president of Murray Golf
Course Men’s Club.

He will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege to meet, know or
work with him.  He is survived by his wife Charlene, son Joel (Kristen),
daughters Nicole and Brittany and grandchildren Drew and Annabelle.