Party affiliation: Democrat
Instructor business Corning High School, Iowa, 1958—1959. Instructor business, principal Edison School, Yoder, 1959—1961. Teacher School District 11, Colorado Springs, 1961—2004.
Instructor business Pikes Peak Community College., since 1972. Lecturer education Colorado College, Colorado Springs, since 1975. Teacher corps volunteer National Education Association/Agency for International Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 1970, Kathmandu, Nepal, 75.
Secretary-treasurer Policies Commission Business & Economic Education, 1983—1986. Assistant venue coordinator-volleyball National Sports Festival V, 1983. Volunteer National Sports Festivals I and II, Colorado Springs, 1979—1980.
With United States Army, 1952-1954.
Member of Colorado Springs Education Association, Colorado Education Association, Colorado Association Career & Technology Education, National Education Association, Association Career & Technology Education, International Society Business Education, Colorado Association Career & Technology Education (Hall of Fame award 2007), Colorado Educators for/about Business (president-elect 1977-1978, president 1978-1979, Service award 1981, Merit award 1984, Donald L. Moore Business Education Outstanding Service award 2003), Mountain-Plains Business Education Association (Colorado representative 1983-1986, treasurer 1986-1988, president-elect 1988-1989, president 1989-1990, Colorado representative 2000-2001, Secondary Teacher of Year 1988, Leadership award 1991), National Business Education Association, National Education Association (state membership director 1983-1986, national convention registration chairman 1983-1998, nat convention program director 1988, Mountain Plains representative 1990-1991, president elect 1991-1992, president 1992-1993, Named Secondary Teacher of Year 1990), Delta Pi Epislon (chapter president 1970-1972, advisor 1972—2002), Phi Delta Kappa.
1958 - 1959
1959 - 1961
1961 - 2004