Norman Harvey Clark

Specialist Four
Army Of The United States
12 November 1947 - 18 December 1968
Hawick, MN
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11 ARM CAV RGT Artillery

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Campaign, Vietnam Service

The database page for Norman Harvey Clark

Norman was a classmate of mine, he went to a country school and came to Atwater school.

Norman was always a happy person - always smiling and had a smile on his face. He wasn't afraid of hard work and always kept himself in shape. He was raised on a farm and worked hard. I can't think of anyone that didn't like Norman, because he was helpful and never thought of himself as better than anyone and never picked on anyone.

It is hard to write something about someone that I knew for too short a time and now has been dead for over 30 years, but I think Norman should have a remembrance for the nice kind person he was and for giving his life for his country.

SP4 Norman H. Clark is remembered by his comrades in the
11th Armored Cavalry Regiment

A memorial from his Friend,
Wayne Slinden 
5 May 2001

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)