Adam Smith (1949-2014) was born and raised in northeast Ohio where he had a varied career that ranged from cartoonist to elephant
keeper at the Cleveland Zoo. After relocating to Knoxville, Tennessee, he became known primarily as a free-lance advertiser who wrote
and produced radio and television ads. He also wrote and edited a number of documentaries for cable television networks. Adamís creativity
has been well-documented in magazines, TV scripts, and stage plays.
He graduated from Westminster College with a Bachelorís degree
in English, and was an avid baseball player and fan.
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