Moses C. Norman never sat on the sidelines in life.
Not as a pioneering educator. Not as a devoted member of the tight-knit Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. And not in the 30 years he juggled his work in education with a side job in NCAA college football.
“He had a lot of energy. He had a lot of bandwidth to get a lot done,” son Chris Norman said. “He was not pedestrian really in anything that he did.”
Moses C. Norman Sr., the recently retired dean of Clark Atlanta University’s School of Education, former area superintendent in Atlanta Public Schools and the longest-serving national president of Omega Psi Phi, died peacefully at his Atlanta home Tuesday morning. He was 82.