Moldrem Stuart, american cartoonist born in centralia. Washington, in 1925. Stu moldrem started drawing while in grade school in Bellingham, washington and by his own admission hasn’t stopped since. He received his formal art education at the los angeles art center school, at the iukits academy of fine arts in Los Angeles and later at the Derbyshire school of fine arts in soattle.
After serving two years in the army at the end of World War II (during which time he was sports artist for the pacific edition of stars and stripes in Tokyo). Moldrem went back to seattle and did cartoons for various newspapers. In 1949 he started sportrait, a sports feature for the seattle-post-intelligencer that still runs regularly. Moldrem’s depiction of sports personalities and his dynamic: drawing of athletes in action have earned him a respected position among sports cartoonists and sports enthusiasts across the country.
Reference: The World Encyclopedia of Cartoons, 1981