Norman Charles McCall

norman mccall

September 10, 1940 ~ September 21, 2021

Born in: Greenville, South Carolina
Resided in: Loganville, Georgia

Norman Charles McCall of Loganville, Georgia passed away on September 21, 2021. Norman was born in Greenville, South Carolina on September 10, 1940 to William and Ophelia McCall, both deceased. Norman is survived by a brother, Bill who is married to Debbie and live in Gastonia, North Carolina and a sister, Donna, who lives in Easley, South Carolina. His sister, Vicki, and brother, Frank, preceded him in death.

Norman joined the United States Air Force in July, 1958. He was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant in July, 1962.

On June 6, 1964, Norman married Betsy in Greenville, South Carolina. They have 4 children …

• Christi Panter, and husband Alan and live in Chatsworth, Georgia.
• Cathy Law, and husband Mike and live in Monroe, Georgia.
• Joey McCall, and wife Karen and live in Loganville, Georgia.
• Linnea Roe, and husband Mike and live in Lilburn, Georgia.

They have been blessed with 12 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren:

• Jesse McCall and daughter, McKenleigh
• Jeremy Panter and wife, Telina and sons, Noah and Emmett
• Cliff Panter and wife, Heather and daughter, Bethany and son, Micah
• Jenna Bowden and husband, Matt and daughter, Natalie and son, Jaxson
• Jarod Law
• Lauren McCall
• Eli, Ethan and Kirsten Roe

Norman graduated from Columbia Bible College (now Columbia International University) in Columbia, South Carolina and Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He served as a pastor for several years before embarking on a 20+ year career in sales.

Norman and Betsy loved to travel and fulfilled a bucket list wish to visit all 50 states.

The family will celebrate Norman in a private ceremony on Saturday, October 9, 2021.

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    • My sincere condolences to the entire McCall family for your loss. I have wonderful memories of my long-time friendship with Norman and Betsy, especially while living in Liburn. Norman’s deep voice, wise counsel and strong hugs were the best! His love for God, Betsy and family left a deep impression on my life!

  1. Jimmy and I are so sorry to hear of Norman’s passing. The wonderful thing is that he is in the presence of our Heavenly Father. God bless you during this difficult time.

  2. CandleImageSo sorry to hear the passing of an old High School bandmate. He was a friend. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

  3. CandleImageTo the family of Norman McCall my sincere condolences. Norman was a good man. His honesty, and character were seldom equalled. His crewboats provided much business and helped us continually develop new features to protect the machinery on them. His son Joe has followed in his same footsteps All of us at CSP Electronics have long enjoyed our relationship With McCall crewboats and we will never forget Norman. I hope he is able to now meet with our lost comrad Colin Black in the life hereafter as well as the family members who have waited to greet him there.

  4. CandleImageMay your hearts be eased by knowing that Norman no longer suffers physically and is rejoined with family and friends who have gone before!

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