Camp’s friend and Neighbor Norm McCormick has passed

Norm McCormick

Camp Courageous was blessed to have Norm McCormick in its life. During camp’s early years, when survival was hanging by a thin thread, Norm would always be there to help. Norm owned McCormick’s Locker in Langworthy for about 13-years. During those years Norm processed tons of meat for Camp Courageous. From deer, to pork, to beef, Norm worked closely with many who desired to donate meat. Norm was also a wonderful father, to a great family, he and Peggy raised, all also involved with camp. Norm and Peggy later became neighbors to Camp Courageous. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Peggy, their children, along with family and friends. Norm will be always remembered for being there for the camp during its most challenging times.

1 Response

  1. Donald E. Gieseman says:

    Norm McCormick made our world better…and at the same time, made each of us better fit to see that compassion and love is the duty and the reason for humanity.

    Why am I here?…Give some real thought to the way Norm lived.