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July 4, 1946 —Norm won an airplane in a raffle at the age of twenty-one. It would literally change the direction of his life.

July 4, 1946—Norm won an airplane in a raffle at the age of twenty-one. It would literally change the direction of his life.

July 4, 1946 —Norm (seated) and his father with the airplane won in a raffle at the age of twenty-one.

July 4, 1946—Norm (seated) and his father with the airplane won in a raffle at the age of twenty-one.

1951 —In a ten-minute decision on the day he graduated from Wartburg College, Norm decided not to go to seminary and instead work as the Director of Public Relations for his alma mater.

1951—In a ten-minute decision on the day he graduated from Wartburg College, Norm decided not to go to seminary and instead work as the Director of Public Relations for his alma mater.

1975 —Dr. Norm Fintel became president of Roanoke College, three years after completing his Ph.D. in Higher Education. The Fintel family is shown here, with Norm seated at his desk, and his parents to the right.  (photo courtesy of Roanoke College)

1975—Dr. Norm Fintel became president of Roanoke College, three years after completing his Ph.D. in Higher Education. The Fintel family is shown here, with Norm seated at his desk, and his parents to the right. (photo courtesy of Roanoke College)

1998-1999 —Norm advising at the Lutheran Agape School in Tanzania.

1998-1999—Norm advising at the Lutheran Agape School in Tanzania.

2013 —Norm and Jo returned “home” to the Roanoke Valley, living close to Roanoke College at Brandon Oaks Retirement Community. Here, they stand on campus in front of the Fintel Library, named in their honor.  (photo courtesy of Roanoke College)

2013—Norm and Jo returned “home” to the Roanoke Valley, living close to Roanoke College at Brandon Oaks Retirement Community. Here, they stand on campus in front of the Fintel Library, named in their honor. (photo courtesy of Roanoke College)

2016 —After Barb co-founded Dining for Women in 2003, the organization partnered with the Peace Corps as well as Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn initiative, to take down barriers and send 62 million girls to school. ( Left to right: Beth Ellen Holimon, DFW president; Michelle Obama; Marsha Wallace, DFW co-founder; and Barbara Fintel Collins, DFW co-founder; photo courtesy of Barack Obama Presidential Library)

2016—After Barb co-founded Dining for Women in 2003, the organization partnered with the Peace Corps as well as Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn initiative, to take down barriers and send 62 million girls to school. (Left to right: Beth Ellen Holimon, DFW president; Michelle Obama; Marsha Wallace, DFW co-founder; and Barbara Fintel Collins, DFW co-founder; photo courtesy of Barack Obama Presidential Library)

April 7, 2017 —Jo and Norm had previously asked our family to attend the Roanoke College Medal Award Ceremony during Alumni Weekend. Norm died four hours before it started. Walking into the ceremony, the family was greeted by Coach Ed Green (far left), Kenny Belton (third from left), along with two basketball team members and the Four Horsemen, who had all flown to Roanoke specifically to surprise Norm and Jo for the event. Jo asked Kenny to sit in Barb’s father’s place at the family’s table.  (photo courtesy of Roanoke College)

April 7, 2017—Jo and Norm had previously asked our family to attend the Roanoke College Medal Award Ceremony during Alumni Weekend. Norm died four hours before it started. Walking into the ceremony, the family was greeted by Coach Ed Green (far left), Kenny Belton (third from left), along with two basketball team members and the Four Horsemen, who had all flown to Roanoke specifically to surprise Norm and Jo for the event. Jo asked Kenny to sit in Barb’s father’s place at the family’s table. (photo courtesy of Roanoke College)