Åge Nigardsøy

Åge Johan Nigardsøy (1954 – 20 October 2008) was a Norwegian organizational leader and disability rights activist. He was born in Bremanger, and moved to Trondheim after school. He was hired in the Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted, running a local radio station in Trondheim. He became active in the organization, and was elected deputy chairman in 1999. From 2001 to 2007 he chaired the organization. He stepped down because of illness, and died in October 2008. He was also a board member of the foundation which issues Klar Tale as well as the Norwegian Library of Talking Books and Braille until his death. Nigardsøy was married and had two sons. He was a hobby drummer, and also worked as a piano tuner in his younger days.

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How would Åge Nigardsøy be described?

Åge Nigardsøy would be described as Norwegian activist.

What is the gender of Åge Nigardsøy?

Åge Nigardsøy is male.

When died Åge Nigardsøy?

Åge Nigardsøy died 20.10.2008.

When was Åge Nigardsøy born?

Åge Nigardsøy was born on 1954.

What is Åge Nigardsøy subject of?

Åge Nigardsøy is subject of 1954 births, 2008 deaths, Blind musicians, Blind people from Norway, Norwegian disability rights activists and People from Bremanger.