Norm is a Baltimore native and, growing up, his favorite local disc-jockeys were Buddy Deane, Johnny Dark and Kerby Scott. Following 8th grade, Norm joined his church's CYO group and volunteered to replace their Friday night record hop disc-jockey, who had just graduated from high school.
Norm's first "professional" radio job was in the scenic little town of Front Royal, VA. Since then he helped sign-on two new stations (Middletown, VA & Frederick, MD) and assisted new owners to change formats of two other established stations (Martinsburg, WV & Mercersburg, PA). His usual position has been Music Director. In 2010 he started working at WJEJ as a vacation substitute and soon also began helping in the sales department.
On the side, Norm has provided musical entertainment at numerous private parties. Hobbies include collecting old road maps, digitizing and restoring old audio, computers and electronics. He also manages the sound system at his church. His favorite vacation spot is the beach with his wife, and he prefers driving to flying.