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|Died||March 24, 1982 (age 84) |
used magic in his youth work for over 40 years in Virginia as a Youth Director and then taught magic at an orphanage after his retirement. 
He published Hyler's Stunt Bulletin in the late 1930s.
In 1978, he was presented a plaque by the SAM Assembly #32 in Lynchburg,
Virginia for being voted dean of the Hill City Magicos (of which he was a founding member.)
He joined the SAM in 1941 (card #2999) and was a member of the IBM
- ↑ Genii 1976 April, page 214
- ↑ MUM, July 1978
- ↑ Obit, MUM, June. 1982