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Manufacturing executive , committeeman

Norman Barnard Champ,, American manufacturing executive, committeeman.


Champ,, Norman Barnard was born on September 20, 1928 in St. Louis. Son of Norman Barnard and Elizabeth (Trigg) Champ.


Bachelor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950; Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1952; postgraduate, St. Saint Louis University, 1953-1957.


Vice president operations, Midwest Piping Company, St. Louis, 1953-1962; group vice president, Crane Company. New York City, 1962-1963; manager manufacturing, St. Louis Car Company, 1963-1968; president, Champ Spring Company, St. Louis, since 1968. President, director EDMU Realty Company, St. Louis, since 1968.

Director Champ Realty Company, St. Louis, since 1968, president, since 1992. Board directors Mark Twain Creve Bank, St.Louis.


Democratic committeeman Clayton Township, St. Louis, since 1976. Member Democratic State Committee, since 1994. Board directors South Side Young Men’s Christian Association, St. Louis, since 1955, Pilobolus, since 1985.

Trustee Webster University, since 1975. Member National Council on Arts, Washington, 1978-1986. Member White House Preservation Committee, Washington, 1977-1981.

Member Missouri Arts Council, since 1994. Member Rotary (St. Louis).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: bridge, hunting.


Married Anne Avananden, June 7, 1952 (divorced April 1972). Children: Deborah Anne, Norman B. III. Married Judith Russell Smith, October 1, 1977.

Stepchildren: Julie Zander, William A. Zander III.

Norman Barnard Champ,

Elizabeth (Trigg) Champ,

Anne Avananden

Judith Russell Smith

Deborah Anne Champ,

William A. Zander III Champ,

Norman B. III Champ,

Julie Zander Champ,