Norma Crozier is 92 years old, and for the past 31 years she’s been volunteering at least three hours a week at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library. Over three decades she’s been involved in almost every imaginable activity at the library, from reading books aloud and giving tours of the museum to helping organize special events. At least count, Norma’s volunteerism measured at just under 7,000 total hours.
Norma was presented with the 90th RecognizeGood Legend award in an incredibly special ceremony coinciding with a private appreciation dinner for her and her family held in the LBJ Presidential Suite. $1,000 was donated in her name to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation.
“She’s a force to be reckoned with,” says the library’s Volunteer & Visitor Services Coordinator Laura Eggert. “She comes faithfully every week, and I can’t imagine the LBJ Library without her – she’s so amazing! She’s one of the family.” Laura recalls Norma recruiting her grandson to come volunteer alongside her many years ago for a special miniature White House exhibit – her grandson, Ian, ended up spending over 500 hours with his grandmother helping out at the library.
To read more of Norma’s Legendary impact, visit her Legend page.