Born at San Jose, CA; deafened at age 5 by scarlet fever; B.A. (1935) from Gallaudet College; second B.A. in education from University of California at Berkeley (1948); M.A. in administration and supervision from California State University, Northridge (1971). Teacher at the California School for the Deaf 1935?-1970; executive director of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, 1971-1972; vocational counselor at the American School for the Deaf, 1972-1975. Was National Association of the Deaf chess champion three times. Married Mary Blackinton about 1938.
The Eagle Soars to Enlightenment, p.355-357; Gallaudet Alumni Newsletter, Dec. 1992, p.6-7; Silent Worker, June 1957, p.24.
13 March 1912-4 October 1992