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This biography of a living person is almost completely unreferenced. Its sole reference is a single 132-word paragraph at . Most edits are WP:PEACOCK and consist of unsourced assertions. If the article is not substantiated soon, I intend to cut it back to a stub consisting solely of information from the one source provided.
Actually, I'm not sure that the cited bio is a reliable source; it was probably provided to the museum by the subject himself. TJRC (talk) 15:42, 3 April 2011 (UTC)