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Richard Thomas Huddy

Richard Thomas Huddy, American educator, lawyer. Member American Federation Teachers, Chicago Teachers Union, Chicago Business Teachers Association, American, Illinois, Chicago bar associations, Chicago Area Business Educators Association, Sigma Nu, Delta Theta Phi.

Background

  • Huddy, Richard Thomas was born on September 20, 1904 in Emporia, Kansas, United States. Son of Richard Francis and Margaret (Mackin) Huddy.

  • Education

    • Student St. Mary’s College, Kansas, 1922-1924, Saint Louis University, 1924-1925, U. Kansas, 1925-1926. Bachelor of Philosophy, A.M., Juris Doctor, DePaul University, 1930. Postgraduate University of Illinois, Kansas State Teachers College, Loyola University, Chicago.

    Career

    • Louise (Mistress Ignatius M. Bienias). Admitted to Kansas bar, 1930, Illinois bar, 1930. Teacher DePaul Academy and DePaul University, 1926-1932.

      Teacher Calumet High School, Chicago, 1932-1933, Lake View High School, Schurz High School, Senn High School, summers, 1934-1959. Teacher Amundsen High School, Chicago, 1933-1970, emeritus, 1970-1971. Certificated law teacher.

    Works

    • Author: The Law of Public School Discipline, 1933.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member American Federation Teachers, Chicago Teachers Union, Chicago Business Teachers Association, American, Illinois, Chicago bar associations, Chicago Area Business Educators Association, Sigma Nu, Delta Theta Phi.

    Connections

    • Married Yolanda Harriet Napolilli, June 11, 1931.
    • father: Richard Francis Huddy
    • mother: Margaret (Mackin) Huddy
    • spouse: Yolanda Harriet Napolilli
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    Born September 20, 1904
    Died April 18, 1974
    (aged 69)
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