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musician , writer

Karl Williams, writer, musician. Performer self-advocacy songs for various state and national self-advocacy groups, since 1987.

Background

Williams, Karl was born on September 4, 1949 in Baltimore. Son of Joseph Maria and Carlyn Mildred (Schmidt) Thaler.

Education

Bachelor in English, University Scranton, 1971. Master of Business Administration, University Pennsylvania, 1981.

Career

Childcre worker, house parent, 1971—1978.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Composer, recording artist: Living at the End of Time, 1984, Respect: Songs/Self-Advocacy Movement, 1998 (Grammy nomination 1998), From One Millennium to Another, 1999, Big Fish Little Fish, 2000, Uncle Robot: Songs for Young Families, 2003. Author: If Your Dreams Are Big Enough The Facts Don't Count: The Michael S. Long Story (as told to K.W.), 1999, Lost in a Desert World: The Autobiography of Roland Johnson (as told to K.W.), 1999. Playwright: Lost In A Desert World, 2003.

Membership

Performer self-advocacy songs for various state and national self-advocacy groups, since 1987.

Connections

Married Nancy Regina Kuzma, December 26, 1970. 1 child, Aaron Richards.

father:
Joseph Maria Thaler

mother:
Carlyn Mildred (Schmidt) Thaler

spouse:
Nancy Regina Kuzma

child:
Aaron Richards Williams