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columnist , Newspaper editor

Norman Alton Lockman, American newspaper editor, columnist. Recipient Pulitzer prize in Journalism, 1984. Served with United States Air Force, 1961-1965; Member National Press Club, National Association Black Journalists.

Background

Lockman, Norman Alton was born on July 11, 1938 in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Norman James Lockman and Olive (Whyte) Lockman.

Education

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, University Delaware. Graduate, United States Army Information School, Fort Slocum, New York, 1964.

Career

Government editor, The News Journal Papers, Wilmington, Delaware, 1970-1973;Washington correspondent, The News Journal Papers, Wilmington, Delaware, 1973-1975;managing editor, The News Journal Papers, Wilmington, Delaware, 1984-1990;associate educated, The News Journal Papers, Wilmington, Delaware, since 1990;state house reporter, The Boston Globe, 1975-1979;editorial board, The Boston Globe, 1979-1981;state house bureau chief, The Boston Globe, 1981-1984;associate editor editorial page, The News-Journal Company, New Castle, Delaware, since 1984.

Membership

Served with United States Air Force, 1961-1965. Member National Press Club, National Association Black Journalists.

Connections

Married Virginia Trainer. Children: Holly Beth, Carey Paige, Sarah Elizabeth.

father:
Norman James Lockman Lockman

mother:
Olive (Whyte) Lockman

spouse:
Virginia Trainer

children:
Holly Beth Lockman

Carey Paige Lockman

Sarah Elizabeth Lockman