Clyde G. "Doc" Norwood of Julesburg passed away February 9, 2019 with his family by his side. He was 94. He was born in Haynesville, Louisiana on May 28, 1924 to Clyde and Hazel Norwood. The family moved to Colorado when he was young.
They built a home at "Midway" between Akron and Brush, Colorado. Growing up at Midway was formative in his life. All who knew him learned something from the "Midway" life. He was attending college in Fort Collins when he entered the United States Army Air Corp to fight in World War II. He served in the Pacific Arena as a bombardier in the flying "Superfortress", a B-29. This experience, too, was influential in his life. He was proud of his service to his country.
He returned and completed dental school in Kentucky. After the war he married Frances E. Pittman. After completing dental school, they moved to Colorado for him to set up a dental practice in Julesburg, Colorado. They made their home in Julesburg and raised their family in Julesburg.
Doc was preceded in death by his loving wife, Frances, his parents and his sister, Janis Flor. He is survived by his brother Robert ( Edna) Norwood and his sister Karol Autry. He is also survived by his children, Dixie Lewis, Donna Norwood, D. Annie Norwood Galloway(Aubrey), and Clyde Robert "Rob" Norwood (Kim), grandchildren Mike Lewis (Jannieth) , Theresa Chavies (Chad), Mary Belt (Jamie), Aubrey Galloway, Ashley Galloway, Austin Galloway, Tyler Norwood, Christian Dick, and Luke Meier(Brittany). He was proud to have 7 great grandchildren. He is also survived by his very special friend Scott Ingram of Julesburg.
A small service will be held Saturday February 16 in Julesburg at the Prairie Hills Funeral Home. He will be buried next to his loving wife at the Julesburg Hillside Cemetery. He will have Military Funeral Honors.