25 September 1968 – Norman Macleod Paulsen was born on October 6, 1945, in Elmsford, NY. His mother said, “Ever since he was a little boy, he dreamed of flying.” He had enlisted in the Air Force and began his tour on August 3, 1968. He had the rank of First Lieutenant. On a mission
Cary “Buck” Marmis was a fighter pilot in the United States Air Force for seven years.
He continues flying today for Angel Flight West and Veterans Airlift Command. Additionally, Cary and his dog Sam work as a therapy team, visiting children in pre-schools and libraries, in the hospital and at juvenile detention centers. He is an avid golfer, cyclist, and hunter.
Cary serves as a Director on the Board of Directors for Rapid BioSystems and is a past President and CEO of Empire West Companies. Empire West built and developed apartment units, shopping centers, restaurants, car washes, and luxury homes in several Western states.
Cary has served on other boards and non-profits, the Arizona Theater Company, Pima Air and Space Museum, DM 50 and the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona.