Meet Charlie Norr
Charlie Norr, a Democrat, was first elected in 2006 to represent northwest Springfield (formerly District 137) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He served four terms in the Missouri House over the next 10 years, winning re-election three times. He was a solid Democratic vote and the voice of the working people of northwest Springfield in Jefferson City.
Charlie is a retired Captain for the Baltimore County Fire Department in Baltimore, Maryland. He served for 20 years as a firefighter and paramedic. Rep. Norr also served in the United States Navy from 1961-1965 and spent two years in the Navy Reserve.
Charlie is a member of the National Avenue Christian Church, Woodlands Heights Neighborhood Association, the Midtown Neighborhood Association, and many other organizations. He was awarded the Springfield Urban Neighborhood Alliance’s Outstanding Volunteer Award and received the Nova Award for exceptional service from Caring Communities of Springfield.
Charlie attended Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and received his GED. He also attended the University of Maryland and the National Fire Academy.
Charlie was born July 1, 1944 in Baltimore, Maryland. After retiring, Charlie moved to Missouri and lives with his wife Peggy in north Springfield. They have three sons: Kevin, Robert, and Mark and two grandchildren.