Former FBI agent who killed Public Enemy Number One, Al Brady, and became the oldest Olympic competitor at the age of 103 in 2013, when he participated in the sports shooting event.
He attended Rutgers School of Law-Newark and fought in the Pacific during World War II.
He joined the FBI in 1934 and assisted in the capture of Arthur Barker.
He had two sons, three daughters, and several grandchildren.
He worked with the FBI, which was once directed by J. Edgar Hoover.