Harrison B. Wilson was an American wellbeing teacher and school b-ball mentor. He is notable for filling in as the second leader of Norfolk State University from 1975 to 1997. Furthermore, he enlisted at the Kentucky State College for Negroes and accepted his B.S. degree, was an honor understudy and turned into a star competitor in ball, football, baseball, and track. Harrison B. Wilson Height and Weight How tall was Harrison B. Wilson? His level and weight isn’t known.
|Harrison B. Wilson||Wiki/Bio|
|Real Name||Harrison B. Wilson|
|Death Date||July 28, 2019|
|Birthday||April 21, 1925|
|Profession||health educator and|
college basketball coach
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Wife Name||Anna Williams|
|Educational Qualifications||Kentucky State College|
His level is additionally not stays in open space. He had dim earthy colored eyes and had light hair. Harrison B. Wilson Wife Who was the spouse of Harrison B. Wilson? He wedded first spouse, Anna Williams, who died in 1967 because of entanglements from medical procedure. Wilson later wedded Lucy Cutliff, who was a previous employee at Old Dominion University and had likewise been a Norfolk Public Schools Board part. He fathered six youngsters altogether.
Harrison B. Wilson Net Worth How much was the total assets of Harrison B. Wilson? He was the head b-ball mentor at the Jackson College for Negro Teachers (presently Jackson State University) from 1950 to 1967 and had a combined 342-88 record. He resigned in 1997.
The NSU authoritative structure was named in his honor. His total assets was assessed to be $2 million.