Graduated the California School for the Deaf, Berkeley in 1947; bachelor's (1966) and master's (1974) degrees in special education from San Francisco State University. Teacher in the San Jose (CA) public schools 1966-74; teacher, counselor, and advisor in the Deaf Center, Ohlone College, Fremont, until his death. Said to be the first deaf person to serve on a state advisory commission (Advisory Commission on Special Education, in California).
The Eagle Soars to Enlightenment, p.362-363; Gallaudet Alumni Newsletter, vol.25 no.7, April 1991, p.5.
1931-19 February 1991