1917 – Born on the 24th of June in Greenville, South Carolina.
1947 – He joined the School of Theology as professor of psychology of religion and pastoral care.
1971 – He brought his Neologism ‘workaholic’ into public use and it was soon included in the Oxford English Dictionary.
1974 – He held the post until he joined the University of Louisville Medical School.
1984 – He granted the Oskar Pfister Award by the American Psychiatric Association.
1999 – He died on the 21st of October.