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San Jose State University, 1944 BA
I started to work at San Jose State College in 1936 and finished my BA degree while working there. I was 4F and could not get into the armed services during the war, so I stayed at SJSC and also worked civil defense jobs.
I served as chapter president of CSEA at SJSU for two years and regional director for four years.
I was on the staff of Field Studies in Natural History for 23 years.
I was on the board of the California State Employees Credit Union for 24 years, serving as president for 12 years of them.
After retiring from SJSU, I was contacted by Ohlone Junior College in Mission San Jose. They were having problems with their maintenance department . . . I straightened it out and set up a maintenance program. Then built a new home on Camano Island, Washington, and lived here ever since.
Date Completed: 10/96
Adapted from: Biographies of Retired Faculty San Jose State University 1997: A Project of the Emeritus Faculty Association of San Jose State University. San Jose, CA: The University, 1997.
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