Dallas Works Memorial - Employees In Remembrance

Norman Meador NORMAN WATTS MEADOR, loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather went home July 7, 2012. Norman was born in Breckinridge, Texas, September 16,1925 to R.V. & Eglantine Meador. Norman served his country during World War II in the Merchant Marines from 1944- 1946, and in the U.S. Army from 1949-1951. In 1957 Norman graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Industrial Engineering from The University of Arkansas. After graduation he worked 27 years for Western Electric in Winston Salem, North Carolina, Omaha, Nebraska and Dallas, TX. Norman called Lake Highlands United Methodist Church his home church. He and his family have been active members for many years Norman was dedicated to Boy Scouts of America. He committed much of his time and energy to supporting and encouraging boys interested in scouting. Norman was involved in different troops wherever he was. In 1969 when his family moved to Dallas he became involved in BS Troop 890. For 43 years he was on camp outs, Eagle Boards, at meetings, and wherever he was needed. This year Norman was honored by the construction of a Pavilion at Camp Constantin in his name. Norman was preceded in death by: his parents R.V. & Eglantine Meador; his brothers, LeRoy and William T. Meador; and his first wife of 35 years Elizabeth B. Meador. He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Jean Meador; his son, Scott Meador; stepchildren, James Moon, Jeanette Bouse, Jeannine Shutt and Thomas Moon. He is also survived by 8 grandchildren: Chandra Mosley, Jamie Athanasion, Jimmy Moon, Catie Moon, Austin Bouse, Michael Shutt, Allyson Shutt, Lianna Meador; and four great-grandchildren, Brandy, Maggie, Alayna and James.