Retired Supply Corps officer, Capt. Norman Harbaugh
passed away Sept. 20, 2013. He retired in August 1970 at the Naval Supply Systems Command Headquarters, Washington, D.C., after 26 years of active Navy service. Born on Sept. 8, 1924, he enlisted in the U.S. Naval Reserve in May 1943, was commissioned an Ensign in the Supply Corps of the U.S. Naval Reserve in March 1945, and augmented to the Regular Navy in 1946.
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Capt. Norman Harbaugh
Capt. Harbaugh received his Bachelor's Degree from Columbia University in 1950, his Master's Degree in Business Education from Stanford University in 1951, his Master's Degree in Business Administration from Harvard University in 1955 and his Doctor's Degree from Harvard University in 1965. His duty stations included serving aboard USS Bennion
; USS Whitney
; USS Rendova
; USS Shangri-La
; Naval Supply Depot, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Staff, Navy Supply Corps School, Bayonne, N. J.; Composite Squadron 7; Naval Supply Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; under instruction, Harvard University; Navy Subsistence Office, Washington, D.C.; Atomic Energy Commission, Germantown, Md.; USS Bainbridge
; and Navy Electronics Supply Office.
His wife, a son, and three grandchildren survive him. A memorial service was held Sept. 28, and a service and reception was held at Mountain Park First Baptist Church, Stone Mountain, Ga.