Norma was born the fifth child in her family in Honduras. The number of children rose to a total of seven with the births of two younger sisters. When Norma was eight, she, her mother, and six siblings were plunged into the most desperate straits when her father abandoned them. Each and every child had to quickly adapt to help their mother make ends meet, and all had to contribute in whatever way he or she could.
In 1988, Norma met Major (Retired), then Sergeant, David Dundore. They married, and in 1990, Norma left Honduras for a new life in America with her husband. But not all was new until Norma received "my marvelous Lord and Savior Jesus Christ when I gave my life to Him in 1992" through the witness and testimony of her husband. It has been her joy to live for Him since then and she says, "I am unafraid to share the word of God with anyone, here or anywhere."
Norma now has four children of her own: one son and three daughters. The girls are all BBA graduates. She loves working with the Academy children in any capacity and is delighted to have served them at BBA for more than eight years.