Masons (Austin, Texas).
Associate professor social. science, director athletics Blinn Memorial Junior College, Brenham, Texas, 1930-1934. Chief sugar, confectionary and related products section, foodstuffs division Bureau Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Department Commerce, 1935-1941. Chief economist food division War Production Board, 1942.
Chief economic adviser, materials and facilities branch War Food Administration, 1943-1945. Chief economist sugar branch Department Agriculture, 1945-1946. President A.S. Nemir Associates, sugar marketing and economics, Washington, since 1947.
Representative Brazilian Sugar and Alcohol Institute, since 1962.