Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University Pennsylvania. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Claremont Men's College, 1958.
Various positions, Riverside Cement Company division American Cement Corporation, 1921-1936; president, Riverside Cement Company division American Cement Corporation, 1936-1957. Honorary Chairman, Board Of Directors American Cement Corporation. Board directors Union Bank, Warner Resort Company, Cyprus Mines Corporation.
Trustee Southwest Museum, Resthaven Psychiatric Hospital. Director Welfare Federation, Los Angeles Area, from 1945, president 1954-1957, campaign chairman, 1952-1953. Member board fellows Claremont University College.
Chairman board and founding trustee Claremont Men's College. Trustee Barlow Foundation, Southwest Museum, Hoover Institution War, Revolution and Peace, City of Hope. Founding trustee Harvey Mudd College.
Director Southern California and Arizona Training within Industry, War Man Power Commission. Member Portland Cement advisory committee War Production Board, and cement industry advisory committee OPA, World World War World War II With United States Army, 1917-1919, Advertising Educational Foundation. Member California Club, Zamroano Club, Sunset Club, Los Angeles Country Club, Bel-Air Bay Club.
Married Lillian Hazlewood Chichester, October 11, 1917. Children: Patricia Ann, Jean Alice, Garner Arthur.