Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Washington State University, 1955. Master of Science, Montana State University, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University, 1964.
Various engineering positions, Montana, California, Oregon, 1955-1960; associate professor Engineering, department chairman, U. Denver, Denver, 1964-1971; director research and development, Stanley Structures, Denver, 1971-1973; freelance construction engineering, Denver, 1973-1974, 83-91; director corporation development, D'Appolonia Cons. Engineers Inc., Denver, 1974-1981; manager mining services, Kellogg Corporation, Denver, 1981-1983; president, Denver Moscow Associations, Denver, since 1991; also board directors, Denver Moscow Associations, Denver. Board directors Denver Moscow Merchandise.
Founder Pushkin Goncharov History Foundation, Denver, 1992. Board directors Arapahoe Water and Sanitation District, Denver. Member World Trade Center, Society for Mining Metallurgy and Exploration (board directors Rocky Mountain chapter 1984), Russian American Chamber of Commerce, Tau Beta Pi.
Married Martha Jane Meinhardt, February 5, 1956. Children: Harold Lawrence, Lura Jane, John Allen.