Training for engineer in machine shop at Hartford, which included general steam engineering. With Thomson-Houston Company, Lynn, Massachusetts, on arc lighting, afterward specializing on apparatus for electric rys. With this company when consolidated into the General Electric Company, and has resided at Schenectady. since 1894.
Became chief engineer railway engineering department, General Electric Company, 1895. Construction engineering transportation department same company, 1929. Retired 1930. Home: Schenectady, New York.