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Norman Craig Brewer, American lawyer.


Brewer, Norman Craig was born on October 4, 1913 in Black Hawk, Mississippi, United States. Son of Norman C. and Ella Hunter (Jumper) Brewer.


Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Mississippi, 1935, Bachelor of Laws, 1937.


Bar, 1937, practiced in Greenwood. Senior member firm Brewer, Deaton & Evans, 1958-1979. City judge Greenwood, 1939-1943, 47-57.

Commissioner Yazoo-Mississippi Delta Levee District, 1960-1968, attorney, 1968-1979. Member Mississippi Board Bar Admissions, 1954-1960, chairman, 1958-1960. Treasurer, National Foundation Infantile Paralysis, Inc., Le Flore County, from 1948.

Director Girl Scout Campers, 1950-1960. Chairman of the Board Mississippi Christian Missionary Society, 1956-1961. Member of advisory board Mount Beulah Christian Center, Edwards, Mississippi, 1956-1961.

State president Convention Christian Churches, 1957-1958.


Served as Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American College Probate Counsel, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sons of the American Revolution (state president), American Legion (past commander), International Association Insurance Counsel, American, Leflore County (president) bar associations, National Interfraternity conference (secretary, treasurer, vice president 1976-1978, president 1979), Mississippi Association Defense Lawyers, Mississippi State Bar (commissioner), Chamber of Commerce (member Executive Committee), Society Colonial Wars (Board of Governors state president), Sigma Chi (national president 1969-1971), Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi. Member Christian Church (chairman official board).

Clubs: Elks, Greenwood (Mississippi) Country.


Married Martha Manly, April. Children: Martha, Norman III.

Norman C. Brewer

Ella Hunter (Jumper) Brewer

Martha Manly

Martha Brewer

Norman III Brewer