He had Parkinson's disease, said his wife,
In addition to his business manager duties,
"He was good at conversing with people. He was a good guy all around," his wife said.
And he was dedicated, as he had been during his 37 1/2 -year utility-company career, which began as a
He became a computer operations supervisor and later helped oversee administrative support systems in the information systems department. A prolific writer himself -- including poems about sports he called "spoetry" -- he taught classes on report writing to information systems staff.
As Toledo Edison and
He retired in 1993. He and his wife returned to northwest
He was born
He was a graduate of
In high school, he and
While wide success eluded the group,
He was formerly married to
Surviving are his wife, Valerie, whom he married
Visitation will be from
The family suggests tributes to the
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