Bachelor of Civil Engineering, City College of New York, 1938; Master of Civil Engineering, City College of New York, 1940.
Junior engineer, New York City Park Department, 1940;
junior engineer defense construction, Panama Canal, 1941;
construction superintendent, designer, estimator general contractor, 1946-1949;
resident building inspector, New York City Board Education, 1950;
estimator buildings, New Jersey Turnpike, 1951;
director public works, borough engineer secretary planning board building inspector, Leonia, New Jersey, 1952-1964;
Chairman of the Board, Stuyvesant Catering Corporation, 1960-1964;
director public works, township engineer, Township of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, 1965-1967;
assistant city engineer, East Orange, New Jersey, 1967-1970;
office and project engineer, Clinton Bogert Associations, Cons. Water & Sewer Engineers, 1970-1976;
borough engineer, director public works, Roselle, New Jersey, 1977;
registered representative, First Investors Corporation, 1967-1969, Sage, New Jersey, 1969-1976;
private practice as building construction estimator and home inspection consultant, since 1976. Resident engineer Lawler, Matusky & Skelly, consultant engineers, New York City, 1979-1983, Singstad, Hurks & Associations, 1984-1985, RBA Group Engineers & Planners, 1986-1987, Shah Associations Cons.
Engineers, 1987-1988, Goodkind & O'Dea, Cons. Engineers, 1984, Massand Cons. Engineers, 1989-1990.
President Ukrainian National Home of New York City, 1956-1962. Concilator New Jersey Public Advisory, 1981-1984. First lieutenant C.E. U.s.
Army, 1942-1946. Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers. Member National Society Professional Engineers, New Jersey Society Professional Engineers, 401 Investors Club (president 1965-1975).
Married Lillian Semko, 1960. 1 child; 2 stepchildren.