Richard Morris is author of Cologne No. 10 For Men, a Vietnam War novel, “Skytroopers,” a song series he wrote in 1967 while serving in Vietnam, and Well Considered, a thriller about race and history in Maryland (see www.richardmorrisauthor.wordpress.com). Earlier in his career, he designed and built solar homes, conducted housing research, and wrote books, articles, and speeches for the National Association of Home Builders.
He resides in Hyattsville, Maryland, and is a member of the Goodloe Memorial Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Bowie, Maryland, where he is a past president and where he directed the choir for twelve years. He did historical research leading to the name change from Bowie Unitarian Universalist Fellowship to Goodloe Memorial Unitarian Universalist Congregation, and wrote the chapter on Don Speed Smith Goodloe in Darkening the Doorways: Black Trailblazers and Missed Opportunities in Unitarian Universalism, Mark D. Morrison-Reed, Ed., Skinner House, 2011.
Don Speed Smith Goodloe