Circumstances of Death
Supervisory Special Agent Norman Cash Curtsinger suffered a heart attack while on duty at the field office in Charleston, West Virginia. He was rushed to the Charleston General Hospital, but died shortly thereafter.
Agent Curtsinger joined the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division (ATTD) on July 18, 1955. He was assigned to offices at Lexington, Somerset and Pineville, Kentucky; prior to his transfer and promotion to Charleston, West Virginia. He was a pround veteran of the U.S. Army, having served during World War II and the Korean War, where he worked in the Army's Criminal Investigation Division.
Agent Curtsinger was survived by his wife, Emma Lou and their four children: Kent, Michael, Lou Ann and Carla.