TORONTO – The Canadian Football League and the Toronto Argonauts are mourning the loss of former all-star offensive lineman Norm Stoneburgh.
Stoneburgh, 84, is one of the longest serving Argonauts in team history, playing 13 seasons for the Double Blue (1955-1967) after joining the team when he was only 19-years old.
The Toronto native was named a CFL East All-Star four times (’58, ’60-’61, ’65) and was honoured as an All-Time Argo in 2007.
The Etobicoke Sports Hall of Famer passed away peacefully on October 24th at the Westbury residence.
The Toronto Argonauts organization expresses its deepest condolences to the Stoneburgh family.