Norman came to the United States at the age of 10
accompanied by his mother.
The pair traveled
approximately 140 miles from London, Ontario, Canada to cross the
border into the U.S.. at Niagara Falls, NY.
Their final destination in
nearby Buffalo, NY was just another 25 miles. It is indicated that they
would permanently reside in the U.S.
Oddly, Norman's race is
listed as "Scottish".
Beloved husband of Betty Jane Byers MacVicar; father of
Bruce A. and Charles I. MacVicar; brother of Tom MacVicar.
Graveside service and interment Arlington National
Cemetery, on Friday, February 25 at 9 a.m. (assemble at Administration
Building at 8:30 a.m.).
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made
to Parkinson's Disease Research, NINDS @ NIH, 9000 Rockville Pike,
Building 31 Room 8A52, Bethesda, MD 20892. Arrangements by COLLINS
[Washington Post on 2/13/2005]
(courtesy of Anne Cady)
Grave marker for Norman MacClellan MacVicar in Section 38
Site 1772 of the Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.
Norman served with both Company D and F during WW-II. He was
wounded in the Battle of the Bulge on 25 January 1945 and was awarded
the Purple Heart. He also received the Bronze Service Arrowhead
device for his participation in the Normandy assault
While the cause of
Norman's death is not known for certain. notice the advice for donation
to Parkinson's Disease Research in his obituary, at left.