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Charles E. Norman

February 24, 1963 - July 18, 2021

U.S. Veteran

Memorial services will be held on Friday, July 30 at 12 p.m. at Behrens-Wilson Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Black Hills National Cemetery.

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U will be missed Chuck. Such a great friend and loved working with you in our Domino's days... Rest in peace .be together someday.

Posted by Melinda jansen on August 30, 2021

Rest in Peace, Chuck. You were a good mentor and a good friend. It was easy to see you loved your family and would do anything for them. I look forward to seeing you again and continue our talks. Until Valhalla, my friend.

Posted by Tim Samples on July 30, 2021

Chuck was the best husband and father anyone could hope for! I miss you every day honey!

Posted by Wendy on July 28, 2021

Thanks for serving

Posted by A VETERAN on July 24, 2021

Chuck and I served together at Kunsan Korea. Chuck ran Training and I ran Stan Eval; we were a great team and got a lot accomplished. I was a crotch rocket guy and Chuck converted me to Harleys, especially the Low Rider. Crazy how we both ended up in CVMA. Every year he'd invite me to Sturgis, but I could never make it. Sorry Chuck. Brother, you will always be in my heart. Till Valhalla!

Posted by Matt Rossoni CVMA CA 33-5 on July 22, 2021

May you find eternal rest in the presence of the Lord.

Posted by Brian Simpson on July 21, 2021

My deepest and most heart felt condolences to your family Sarge. You were a great leader and great friend to a wet behind the ears troop. Sergeant Slaughter as I called him because he reminded me so much of the wrestler by that handle; he let me know that it wasn’t his favorite if nick names on a few occasions. You will be greatly missed my friend. Until Valhalla my brother.

Posted by Josh Ferguson on July 21, 2021

Miss you so much, dad.

Posted by Hailey Norman on July 20, 2021

Chuck and I have been friends since the early 90’s being in the military together. I am missing my friend. Hopefully I will see you someday. Love you Brother.

Posted by Bruce Bedard on July 20, 2021

My thoughts and prayers to the family. Only knew chuck for a short time, you could tell he loved his family and loved his country. He was a man of his word and dependable. God bless him and his family.

Posted by Carroll Stone on July 20, 2021

It was great to sit with Chuck on Friday and say “so long”. Even though the cancer had a grip on his mind, he still had some moments of humor, and it is those moments I will always remember. He fought a great battle against remarkable odds and never lost hope, nor his sense of humor. Well done my friend…well done! But now the time to rest has come and I feel a great relief that you are free of the disease and pain. May peace and the love of our Lord be with you brother. Until we meet again… To Wendy, the kids and all family; you are in my thoughts and prayers through this tough time.

Posted by Dave on July 20, 2021

I am so sorry that I missed coming to see Chuck this year for Sturgis. He and I spoke about riding together.. There never seems to be enough time. Chuck was my friend. While stationed at Incirlik, he made sure I always had a little piece of home. I wish I could have seen him one more time..

Posted by Steven Schrock on July 20, 2021

Hailey and Family, just checking in on you. I know this can’t be easy. When I first meet your father I was fresh in the Security Forces Field. I just came back to Ramstein Germany from a deployment to Nairobi Kenya for the Embassy Bombing. I still remember that night meeting Stormin Norman. Haha. He was definitely born again hard. Pacing pack and forth stirring at us all up & down at the Position of Attention in Guard Mount. He wanted to let us all know, there was a new sheriff in “Europe”. Things were going to change, and expect it fast. I remember this one saying Chuck would say “if you plan to fail, fail to plan”. That was back in 1998. I’ll never forget that saying. It’s gotten me through a lot. Life, a career, and to mange to stay single. Haha. I can picture this face now, laughing his ass off hearing that. Your father and I also deployed to Tuzla Bosnia together, later that year. Somewhere in November I believe. We knew we were up for a difficult deployment, due to the time at hands and what was going on in that part of the world. Chuck was the leadership you needed during time like these. Everything seemed situation normal until the Y2K problem came along. Then it went right by. Haha. Chuck was so pissed because of all the extra work we had to do, to set up security generators and early warning devices around our area. Time just went on. 2359 0001. Happy New Years Chuck. I liked your Dad. He was a father figure to me. So about a month later our base went under attack. 24 March 2000. I remember clearly cause I had to get my Wisdom teeth pulled. Things were to dangerous to fly me out, to a save zone to get them removed so Chuck wanted to keep his best troop near by. He got an Army Capt and we pulled them out in a tent with a shop light. Chuck gave me a good ole atta boy. He was proud at how I sucked it up, and like my new smile. Later that night we went trough the beginning of multiple air attacks from the Serbs. We all were thinking this was it. He knew how to keep the stress level down, by keeping up on post checks, situational awareness, and to make sure we kept our bearing. The funny thing, Good ole Chuck was doing, while squaring us away, and making sure my blood clot would form again. Well he secretly was grabbing all our pound cakes out of our MREs. Haha. Chuck loved those pound cakes. Shit we all did, but Chuck had the crown, so Chuck had his cake. I’m going to miss your Dad, just as much as you. Rob Hadeka I’m going to see you in the Hall of Valhalla so move on over.

Posted by Rob Hadeka on July 20, 2021

I served with Msgt Norman in Bosnia and in Germany. He was a solid leader and mentor. I often thought about it after I left the military. He was well liked and served Honorably. Prayers to his family 🇺🇸

Posted by Jesse Cohen on July 20, 2021

My sincere condolences. We were stationed together at Ramstein AFB, Germany in Security Forces.

Posted by Bryant Ward on July 20, 2021

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