|Born|| November 30, 1928|
|Died||March 26, 1990|
|Occupation||Restaurant supply entrepreneur|
|Parents||William and Helen Willenzik|
Howard Johl Willenzik
Norman Willenzik (1928-1990) was a Pensacola businessman who co-owned Pensacola Restaurant Supply, or Penko, located in the Lewis Bear and Willko Buildings on Palafox Place at Main. The company was founded by Norman's father and brother, William and Oscar, respectively. Company employees also included Willenzik's wife, Carla, and sister-in-law, Ethel.
Raised in Pensacola, Willenzik graduated from Pensacola High School in 1946, in the same class as and friends with future governor Reubin Askew. He worked at Penko from 1948 to November 1950, when he was drafted into the army. He served at Fort Jackson from 1950 to November 1952, during which he married Carla. From November 1952 onward he worked at Penko, receiving a third of the ownership, while his brother and father also each had a third.
Willenzik was a member of B'nai Israel Synagogue, former chairman of the Pensacola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce's tourism committee, former president of the Downtown Rotary Club from 1988-1989, and was named a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow.