William J. Norton ogy, he earned a bachelor's degree in management 1918-1991 from Indiana University in 1955. In 1958 he became commander of the High Wycombe, England, Weather Retired United States Air Force Colonel William Central. In 1962 he was commander of the Weather (Bill) Norton died in Denver, Colorado, on 11 June Center of the Tactical Air Command at Langley Air 1991 after a short illness. Norton was born on 18 May Force Base, Virginia. He attended the College of 1918 in Haverhill, Massachusetts. After graduation William and Mary and earned a master's degree in from high school and two years at Boston College, he counseling in 1965. Subsequently he became com- enlisted in the Army Air Corps on 17 September 1940. mander of the 29th Weather Squadron at Richard- After finishing the observer course at Chanute Field, Gebaur Air Force Base, Missouri. He retired from the Illinois, he was posted to Westover Field, Massachu- air force in 1967 as a colonel. After retirement he setts. He entered the Army Air Force Weather Fore- earned a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of casting School at Chanute Field in September 1941 Missouri at Kansas City. and upon graduation
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