In honor of Norman Davisworth's many contributions to the City of Glennville and its citizens, and especially the city's veterans, Glennville Mayor Bernie Weaver presented Davisworth with a proclamation at the Tuesday, September 6, 2022, council meeting.
The proclamation pointed out that Davisworth has "repeatedly devoted and volunteered countless hours of his time to tend to the replacement, lowering, and raising of American Flags during holidays, special occasions, weather, weekends, etc." The City of Glennville has four designated entrances into the City bearing flag poles in honor and in memory of its active and retired veterans.
"Norman Davisworth served in the Army, protecting our country for 26 years, beginning in 1967. He retired in 1993 as a Sergeant Major. In 1996, he joined the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and continues to serve as the Commander. He is also a member of the American Legion, serving as adjutant," states the proclamation.
The proclamation further acknowledged and thanked Davisworth for his past service to the country, his continued service to his community, and his voluntary service in the recognizing, promoting, and reminding of all citizens of the importance of the American flag and what it symbolizes.