Where will Norman Mineta be buried: Obituary, Burial Date
Norman Y. Mineta, a first-generation Japanese American who was held in an internment camp during World War II and later became one of the country’s highest-profile Asian American political leaders, as a big-city mayor, a 10-term congressman, and a Cabinet secretary, died May 3 at his home in Edgewater, Md.
He was 90.
Norman Yoshio Mineta is an American politician. A member of the Democratic Party, Mineta most recently served in President George W. Bush’s Cabinet as the United States Secretary of Transportation, the only Democratic Cabinet Secretary in the Bush administration
Norman Mineta was married to Danealia Mineta. They had two sons, Stuart Mineta and David Mineta.
Where does Norman Mineta Stays?
Norman Mineta was staying at Edgewater, MD, with his family.
Where will Norman Mineta be buried?
Norman Mineta’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released to the public by the family.
Since Norman Mineta was staying at Edgewater, MD.
Edgewater is a census-designated place in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States. The population was 9,023 at the 2010 census.
Edgewater has 3 popularly cemeteries. Hopes Chapel Cemetery, Saint Andrew’s Cemetery and Edgewater Memorials.
It’s likely Norma Mineta will be buried in one of these popular cemeteries, since he’s lived there all his life with his family.
The funeral is set for Monday, May 9, 2022.