Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University, 1959. Diploma in engineering science, United States Naval Postgraduate School, 1965. Master city and regional planning, Catholic University America, 1968.
Senior systems analyst Control Data Corporation, Washington, 1968—1969. Special assistant Housing and Urban Development, 1969—1972. Research grantee Ford Foundation/National Endowment Arts, 1972—1974.
Adjunct professor Graduate School Urban Planning, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, 1974. Deputy assistant administrator American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, Washington, 1974—1976. Management consultant, 1976—1981.
Assistant secretary for economic development United States Department Commerce, 1981. Served to lieutenant Commander United States Navy, 1959-1968.
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Member Northern Virginia Regional Planning District Commission, 1980—1981. Member organizing board McLean (Virginia) Savings & Loan Association, 1975—1977. Vice president board American Council International Sports, 1978—1980.
Member of Naval Reserve Association, World Affairs Council, Association Former Intelligence Officers, American Society Planning Officials (director 1973-1974).
Married Sammie Marye Day, February 21, 1964. Children: Kimberly Marie, Scott Kevin.