Graduated the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, then Gallaudet College (1933); honorary doctorate of pedagogy (1982) from Hofstra University. Co-founder of the American Athletic Association of the Deaf in 1945; was U.S. team director in the World Games for the Deaf, 1957-1966; sports editor of the Silent Worker and Deaf American for 30 years. For a living, he was warehouse supervisor in a costume company catering to the film-making trade, responsible for storing and maintaining costume wardrobes.
Great Deaf Americans, The Second Edition, p.166-171; Deaf Heritage, p.300;-301; On the Green, March 23, 1992, p.2.
6 March 1911-10 March 1992