Born at Spokane, WA; deafened at about age 15 by meningitis; B.S. (1935) and M.S. (1936) from the University of Wisconsin; graduate work 1938-1941. Head bacteriologist for the Health Dept. of Spokane, WA; worked for the Institute of Paper Chemistry, 1942-?, holding various positions culminating in technical director and manager of the Sulphite Pulp Manufacturer's Research League.
Silence of the Spheres, p.105; Silent Worker, April 1963, p.3-5.
10 June 1911-