Born in Hamilton in 1928 he began drawing comic books for DC (Superman) while studying art in New York. He returned to Canada in 1940. He joined Bell Features as that company got started creating “Super Commando”.
Around the end of the war, he joined the carpet business founded by his father in 1925.
Hamilton Spectator, 6 Feb. 2013: “Carpet king fought Hitler with ink”. Writ., Jeff Mahoney: A1.
Car., Joe Ollman pays a tribute to Aram Alexanian.