NNOA Remembers…All of those who have left us to carry on with the mission.  Those who dedicated their lives to service, selflessly striving to leave a mark that empowered, educated, and motivated all who they encountered.  We carry on, but we will never forget…

Mrs. Eulalee Maion Cordice Parham – 2017

Mrs. Eulalee Marion Cordice Parham, the wife of the late Thomas David Parham Jr, – the Navy’s first African American Captain – passed away, July 24, 2017. Called “a woman of faith, devoted wife and mother, and career art educator” in her obituary, Mrs. Parham was born...

RADM Robert Toney, USN (Ret.) – 2016

Rear Admiral Robert Toney, Retired, US Navy, life member and of one our NNOA visionaries passed away on Friday, November 4, 2016. Rear Admiral Robert L. Toney was commissioned as an ensign in the United States Navy in 1957. Admiral Toney’s naval career spanned 34...

Capt. Leon Hill, USMC, (Ret.) – 2016

Captain Leon Hill, USMC, Retired, member of the Norfolk Chapter, passed away on Thursday, November 2, 2016. Captain Leon Hill was an active member of the Tidewater Chapter up until his passing. He was a former President of the Camp Lejeune Chapter NNOA in the early...

Ms. Lily Thompson – 2016

Lily Ann Thompson July 25, 1923 – Oct. 31, 2016 Resident of Oakland Lily Ann Thompson passed away on Monday, Oct. 31, 2016 at Kaiser Hospital Oakland following a brief illness. She was born in Oakland, California on July 25, 1923. She was the oldest of three children...

Capt. Byron A. Wiley, USN (Ret.) – 2011

Capt. Byron A. Wiley, USN (Ret.)1931 - 2011Published in The Greenville News on Nov. 30, 2011Captain Byron Anthony Wiley, USN (Ret.), passed away on Sunday, November 27, 2011 after a prolonged struggle with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. Born in Pine...

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