Many of us remember his biology class in 10th grade. For others there are probably memories of Driver Education class. He was quite active in the community, my parents considered him a friend.
The past couple years he had health problems, but was still sharp as a tack and had the same sense of humor that we knew from back in the 1960s.
His interests were diverse, Mike Slease reported he participated in the March on Kittanning reenactment in 2000.
He died on February 22, 2009, age 86.