Arnold T. Schwab, Ph.D., 92, passed away on July 1, 2014 at his home in Westminster, CA. Arnold was born on January 5, 1922 in Los Angeles, the only child of Samuel B. and Sarah Schwab. He was a poet, biographer, educator and philanthropist. He authored several books including the recently published ONE-NIGHT STAND AND OTHER POEMS. He graduated from Fremont High School in 1939 and received his undergraduate degree from UCLA in 1943. After serving as a U. S. Naval Officer in the Pacific for three years he returned to get his Master's Degree and his Ph. D. from Harvard University in 1951. He was a professor at California State University Long Beach until his retirement in 1980. He enjoyed playing tennis and was Captain of the UCLA varsity team in 1943. He was both an avid bridge player and an avid Dodger fan.
4 entries | 1 photo
The Guest Book is expired.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on July 6, 2014