Bachelor of Science, Case Institute of Technology, 1934. Doctor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1937.
Assistant professor chemical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1937-1942; research associate research laboratory, General Electric, 1942-1945; engineering manager chemical division, General Electric, 1945-1952; general manager silicone products department, General Electric, 1952-1959; general manager metallurgical products department, General Electric, 1959-1962; vice president, general manager chemical and metallurgical division, General Electric, 1962-1968; vice president, group executive components and materials group, General Electric, 1968-1971; senior vice president corporation technical, General Electric, 1971-1979; retired, 1979.
Fellow: American Institute Chemists, American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Member: National Academy of Engineering, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Chemical Society.