Norman Davis

Norman Davis

Norman Andrew Davis of Elizabeth City, NC died Monday, October 14, 2013. He was born March 1, 1928 in Portland, Maine, the first son of the late Laurence Edward Davis and Hermine Lucille Tanguay Davis.

A veteran of WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War, he was a member of Able Company, 35th Regiment, 25th division and awarded the Bronze Star with V for going behind enemy lines to help rescue two U.S. men in Korea. He retired from the U.S. Army and the Hampton School System. He was the co-owner of Dixie Meadows Farm in Pasquotank County, NC. He attended San Antonio College, University of California (Berkeley), Thomas Nelson College and The College of the Albemarle.

He was selected to run for Hampton City Council in 1971 as a Republican, president of the Fort Eustis Historical and Archaeology Association, co-founder of the second church in Warwick County, president of The Tidewater Herding Dog association, and president of the Snug Harbor Civic League. He was an avid horseman, hunter, fisherman and water skier.

He is survived by his best friend, Carol M. Calhoun; son, Patrik Nickolas Parsiegla of Burladingen-Hausen, Germany; daughter, Roxanne Davis Everette of Newport News, VA; two sisters, Valerie A. Munroe of Lincoln, RI and Joanna Davis of Burien, WA; two brothers, Theodore L. Davis of Bath, ME and Stanley J. Davis of Norway, ME; five grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. He was pre-deceased by a daughter, Nancy Annette Davis and his wife, Annette Louise DeLao Davis.

A memorial service will be Friday, October 18, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at Twiford Memorial Chapel. Twiford Funeral Homes, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC is serving the Davis family. You may express condolences by visiting

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  1. Frank Laperriere

    My deepest sympathy to Norman’s family. This past year I have enjoyed talking to him regarding family genealogy, and I’m sorry we never had a chance to meet.

  2. tonya beckner

    I meet mr davis when I was about 9 yrs old at snug harbor,he was also my substitute math teacher at jeff davis jr high.He was a very fun and kind person but also very stern when needed.He sometimes was like a second dad growing up.Me and his daughter Roxanne are best friends and she loved her dad and will miss him a lot.I know he will be greatly missed by everyone he knew.

  3. roxanne davis everett

    RIP Daddy I love you an already miss you so very much. You will always be a big part of my life, til we meet again rest in peace Daddy.

  4. roxanne davis everett

    Well it’s only been a week that you left us it’s been the hardest Miss you Daddy love you very much your daughter Roxanne

  5. roxanne davis everett

    Just thought about you today, which I haven’t actually stopped Daddy. Everyday is getting better, it’s a beautiful day an I’m watching the Cowboys play, believe it or not they are winning. I love you Daddy missing more than ever, I know you are better off now but wished you didn’t go so soon, luv Roxanne

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