Esterson Retires From Loyola
This summer, Loyola University affiliate professor Morton M. Esterson retired after 50 years of teaching in the university’s graduate division.
Esterson has taught seven different courses in the field of special education. He also taught the Administration and Supervision of Special Education course at the Johns Hopkins University for five years. Esterson is a former president of the Suburban Orthodox Toras Chaim Congregation and is currently an active member of the Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion Congregation. He served as a member of the board of directors of The Chimes Inc., the Hearing and Speech Agency of Metropolitan Baltimore, the Children’s Guild and the Saint Elizabeth School.