He died at the age of 32, of Guillain–Barré syndrome two months after receiving a swine flu inoculation. His wife Margaret and his six-year-old son Craig received a then record high settlement of $906,781.
He was inducted to the Pennsylvania Wheelchair Hall of Fame in 1979.
He was inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.
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