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Farewell LT Arlene MaGee, USN (Retired)

Farewell LT Arlene MaGee, USN (Retired)

Arlene Turner-Magee attended Southern University A&M College while on NROTC Scholarship. She was commissioned in the US Navy in May 1985. She was stationed in San Diego (Coronado), CA then New Orleans, LA. She was retired on active duty in 1991 after a tragic car accident that left her a paralyzed. She leaves behind three children, her father, a sister and a brother.

A Celebration Service honoring the Life and Spirit of Arlene MaGee, USN (Retired) LT/0-3 at US Navy of Atlanta, Georgia formerly of Pensacola, Florida was held Saturday, April 10, 2021, 2:00 p. m. at New Life Tabernacle Church of God In Christ,  715 Cleveland Avenue, SE Atlanta, Georgia; Bishop J. E. Hogan, officiating. Interment, Georgia National Cemetery. Remains will lie in repose from 12:00 noon until the hour of service. Survivors are three children, Brandon Bolden, Ashley Bolden and Elisha MaGee; parents, Archie (Beverly) Turner, Sr.; sister, Cynthia (Lorenzo) Robinson; brother, Archie Turner, Jr.; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.  Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 1:30p.m.

Farewell Captain Lee T. Womack, Sr., USN (Ret.)

Farewell Captain Lee T. Womack, Sr., USN (Ret.)

March 11, 1947 – March 9, 2021

It is with great sadness that I inform the members of NNOA about the passing of Captain Lee T. Womack, Sr., USN (Ret.). Captain Womack served as President of NNOA from 1993 to 1995.

Thank you to all of the NNOA members for their condolences. My family appreciates the support. Angela (Captain Womack’s daughter)

Services:

Temple & Sons, Service:  11:00 am, Friday March 19, Emmanuel Baptist Church, 2140 N. Kelley Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73111

It’s a private family service due to Corona Virus restrictions.
Farewell Captain Percy O. Norwood, USCG Retired, 1995 President of NNOA

Farewell Captain Percy O. Norwood, USCG Retired, 1995 President of NNOA

Called home on NOVEMBER 27, 2020!

“It is with great sadness that I inform the members of NNOA about the passing of Captain Percy O. Norwood, USCG Retired. Captain Norwood served as President of NNOA from 1995 to 1996. A great leader and mentor to many in the Guard and NNOA. Please keep all the family of Captain Norwood in your prayers and thoughts.”

Honoring Captain Norwood, USCG (Ret.)

Remarks

Thanks for the update.  An honorable man and officer. Will miss him and his input into the NNOA. God Bless Him and family.

LCDR R West A founder for NNOA…

 

Farewell Dr. Bundy, NNOA Lifetime Member

Farewell Dr. Bundy, NNOA Lifetime Member

Dr. BundyOn behalf of the National Naval Officer Association, we express our deepest sympathies regarding the passing of CDR (ret) Dr. William Bundy. His legacy extends beyond his successful 30-year Naval career to Associate Provost for Warfighting and Research of the Naval War College.

Dr. Bundy invested and mentored numerous military and nonmilitary personnel throughout his entire career. He was an advocate and lifetime member of Dr. Bundythe National Naval Officers Association as he believed in diversity and inclusivity within our sea services. His passion for people and their success will live on as he was the personification of the quote: “to leave the world better than you found it.” Our hearts go out to the Bundy family during this difficult time as we mourn with you.

Details for services are as follows:

 

Funeral Services:

Viewing/Wake

Friday, 20 December
4:00pm – 8:00pm
Sansone Funeral Home
192 Wood Street
Bristol, RI 02809

Funeral Service

Saturday, 21 December
10:00am
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
141 State Street
Bristol, RI 02809

Burial

Saturday, 21 December
Immediately following funeral service
Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery
301 S County Trail
Exeter, RI 02822

 

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A Note from Will Bundy Jr.

“Thank you for any effort you can make to participate in my father’s services.”

A Note from NNOA Historian

This message about the “Passing of our most Productive and Legendary NNOA Family Member, Dr. Will Bundy,” is most devastating, I have just opened up my e-mail after finishing my weekly radio show, “Old Skool Sunday with Dr. Rick Wright.” Life is so “precious,” I am now in “tears,” remembering, when I first met “Will,” in the 1980’s when I wrote a story about him in our NNOA Newsletter. William Bundy, Jr., “Stay Strong, we love you and your family so very much during this time of extreme lost!”

God Bless the Family!
V/r
Roosevelt “Rick” Wright, Jr., Ph.D., CAPT., USNR(ret)