1 daughter, Ruth Marie. Teacher Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, most of time, 1903-1912, advancing to head of department of engineering. Mechanic engineer United States Naval Engineering Experiment Station, Annapolis, 1912-1919.
Professor mechanic engineering, University of Nebraska, 1919-1927, also chairman of department. Construction engineering and member board helium engrs., United States Bureau Mines, 1921-1926. Technical adviser and head of technical research department of International Combustion Engineering Corporation, 1926-1931.
Department chairman of engineering mechanics, University of Nebraska, since 1931, director Engineering, Science, and Management War Training, 1941-1945, acting chairman mechanical engineering department, 1942-1945. Consultant on liquefaction and separation of gases. Numerous patents on regenerative system of evaporation, process for separating helium from natural gas, repurifying helium, separating oxygen and nitrogen from atmospheric air, steam boilers, etc.
Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Association University professors (president for 1947 of University of Nebraska chapter), national director American Interprofessional Institute (Lincoln), 1946-1950, Nebraska Engineering Society, Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, Newcomen Society, Theta Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma. Club: Lincoln Engineers.