Summary: retired Olympic gymnast who had won a bronze medal in the women's team competition at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London and also competed at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, but failed to medal in the team competitions and did not finish any higher than joint-26th in the individual events, who was affectionately known as the "Queen of the Beam" and amassed a total of 39 National Amateur Athletic Union titles (including eleven straight victories on the balance beam, one in track and field, and a standing board jump in 1945) before her retirement in 1952 becoming a record that may have never been broken.
Cause of Death: Natural causes
Born: October 5, 1920
Died: June 7, 2014
Location: Carlisle, Pennsylvania