Norman Satterfield served as a barber in the U.S. Navy from 1959 to 1963. He later owned and operated Classic Cutters, a 30-employee shop in N. Little Rock, Ark. until his death in 2001. At one point during Mr. Satterfield's tour of duty aboard ship, Gen.Douglas McArthur and President Dwight D. Eisenhower were also on board, participating in a conference.
Mr. Satterfield was asked to go topside and cut McArthur's and Eisenhower's hair, which he gladly did. He kept the clippers he had used, along with a lock of hair from each man, and later donated them to the Barber Museum. For his service in the profession of barbering, he was inducted into the Barber Hall of Fame in 2001.