Norval R. Buck, Federalsburg, 17 Sep

EXTREMELY SHORT NOTICE! - Friday, Sep 17 2010

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We regretfully announce the passing of Norval Roland Buck of Preston, MD died at  University of Maryland's Shock Trauma on Saturday, September 11, 2010. He was 58.  The Patriot Guard has been asked to stand in honor of  his service.

He was born in Baltimore, MD on July 14, 1952 the son of Mildred League Buck Tolodziecki of Seaford, DE and the late Steven Buck.

He was a graduate of Glen Burnie High School and entered the U S Navy serving in North Vietnam aboard the USS Newport News (CA 148) in 1972, as a Forward Lookout Observer Naval Artillery, where he received the Combat Action Ribbon, Vietnam Service Ribbon, Vietnam Campaign Meal and Navy Unit Commendation. He was honorably discharged in November of 1973, as an E-3.

He worked for the Bay Bridge Maintenance Crew for 10 years as a High-Steel Rigger, and then worked for Wireless Communications at the Anne Arundel 911 Communications Center for 10 years.
He was a member of the USS Newport News Alumni Association, the American Legion Post 243 in Hurlock where he was also a charter member of the American Legion Riders, the VFW Post 5246 in Federalsburg, and Elks Lodge # 2458 in Seaford, DE.

In addition to his mother he is survived by his wife, Karen Lewis Buck of Preston, a son, John Norval Haskel Buck of Romney, WVA, a daughter, Robin Juanita Star Buck of Hanalei, HA, a step-son, Jimmy Tays Hall of Jacksonville, FL, a step-daughter, Abigail Lisa Marie Ingram of Glen Burnie, MD, a grandson, John Norval Haskel Buck, II, a granddaughter, Tailor Bennett, two brothers, Steven Buck of Salem, CT and Robert Buck of Glen Burnie, MD, and uncle Arthur League of Seaford, DE and several nieces and nephews. Two uncles, Richard League and Thomas League preceded him in death.

September 17, 2010  
Location:  Framptom Funeral Home
216 North Main St.
Federalsburg, MD  21632
Viewing - Friday 1100-1300 hrs
Services - Friday  1300 - 1400
www.fhnfuneralhome.com

Ride Captain: Jim 'Bubba' Hutson, 410-827-4718 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            410-827-4718      end_of_the_skype_highlighting, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rally Point/Time: The bank parking lot next to the funeral home, on the corner of N. Main and Green Ridge Road.  Rally at 1030 in time to assemble the flag line by 1045.

Please bring your 3X5 flag for the Honor Line.  As usual, please be hydrated and dress appropriately. Weather forecast calls for mostly sunny, mid 80's.  Cages are always an option.

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