He was born in 1920, to parents Anna and Michael, recent Ellis Island immigrants from Tsarist-occupied Lithuania.
To come would be a full life: the only in his family to attend college (and graduate school), a 54 year marriage to Genovaite, a family, an overseas career in service to his nation as a diplomat, and lasting achievements for developing nations, as an economist at the World Bank.
He passed way in 2002. Today would have been his 92nd birthday. Albert Cizauskas was my father.