Bio:Everett B. Cole


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Online information about Everett Cole is often incorrect due to a previous misattribution of which person by that name was the science fiction author.

Everett Bush Cole was born on April 17, 1910 in Jamestown, NY, to Alice (Grace) Bush of Busti, NY, and John William Cole (Jamestown, NY). He married Joy Marie (Waddell) Cole of Rochester, NY, and they had three children. Everett was a WWII veteran of Omaha Beach as well as the Pacific (New Guinea) serving in the US Army. After 24 years of service he retired in 1960, completed his Bachelor's Degree in Math and Physics (Cum Laude) in May 1963. He then became a Math, Physics, and Chemistry teacher at Yorktown High School, Texas, retiring in the mid 1970's. He died on August 21, 2001 in an auto accident between Yorktown and Victoria. He is buried at the Fort Sam National Cemetry in San Antonio, TX. [1]

In addition to his science fiction writing, he also wrote numerous historical books about southwest Texas.


1. ^  Death announcement from Everett Cole, Jr.

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