Educator. Born– Apr. 14, 1925 in Atlanta. Parents– Robert S. and Ella (Fincher) Steele. Married– Myrtis Glenn Cofield in 1957. Education– Emory University, B.S.; University of Georgia, M.A.; Auburn University, Ed.D. Teacher and administrator in University of Georgia system and in Alabama; in 1971, chairman of Division of Allied Health Technologies at Calhoun State Technical School (Decatur, Ala.); director of two National Science Foundation projects at University of Alabama (Huntsville); consultant to Top of Alabama Regional Education Service Agency’s Handicapped Children’s Early Education Program. Member American Public Health Association, International College of Applied Nutrition, American Geriatric Society, and Alabama Education Association.


International Who’s Who of Intellectuals; Alabama’s Distinguished.


The Departmental Assistant in Biological Science…. Philadelphia; Dorrance, 1966.

How to Activate and Direct Students in Science Research. Huntsville, Ala.; Strode Pub. Co., 1970.

I Was a Stranger; the Faith of William Booth, Founder of the Salvation Army. New York; Exposition Press, 1954.

Outline and Notes in Human Biology with Laboratory Exercises. Minneapolis; Burgess Pub. Co., 1956.


High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, and You. Huntsville, Ala.; Strode, 1969.

How to Deal with Aging and the Elderly. Huntsville, Ala.; Strode, 1970.