Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Tri-State University, 1951. Master of Science in Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1966.
Municipal engineer, 1951-1954. Highway engineer, public health engineer, chief engineer State of Maryland, Baltimore, 1951-1981. Civil engineer, biomedical engineer Department Defense, Frederick, Maryland, 1981-1988.
Adjunct professor mathematics Frederick Community College, 1988-1994.
County surveyor Carroll County, Maryland, 1966-1974. Scout commissioner Boy Scouts American, Carroll and Frederick Counties, 1956-1998 Lieutenant infantry United States Army, 1944-1951. Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers, American College Genealogists.
Member American Academy Environmental Engineers (diplomate), Maryland Society Surveyors (board directors 1972-1978), Association of Professional Geneaologists. Life member Sons of the American Revolution (Maryland state registrar since 1994), Descendants Signers Declaration Independence (president-general 1975-1978), Society Colonial Wars, Mayflower Society.
Married Jo Ann Rammes, July 18, 1952. Children: Stephen VanRensselaer, Anne Wallace, Elizabeth Glover, Mary Clinton.