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Began his career in Dallas at Booker T. Washington High School in 1926, He was an exceptional scholar, mentor and community volunteer. In 1941, his last year at Washington, he led his basketball team to the first Black State Championship. He worked in DISD 44 years, served as Principal for 33 years at Frazier, Wheatley, George W. Carver, Colonial and Lincoln High. He served as the first chair, United Negro College Fund in Dallas in 1943 and was an active member of Big Brothers of America and the Moorland YMCA School named in his honor.