Student, University Charleston, 1960. Student, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1965. Bachelor, Thomas Edison State College, 1979.
Engineer, reporter, Station WTIP Radio, Charleston, West Virginia, 1956-1960; station manager, Station WRON Radio, Ronceverte, West Virginia, 1960-1963; reporter, newscaster, Stations WDOK AM & FM Radio, Cleveland, 1963-1965; reporter, newscaster, Station WHK AM & FM Radio, Cleveland, 1965-1967; reporter, assignment editor, Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Company, Station WEWS-television, Cleveland, 1967-1969; from news director to station manager, Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Company, Station WEWS-television, 1969-1982; cable news manager corporation office, Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Company, Westport, Connecticut, 1982-1983; assistant general manager, Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Company, Station WCPO-television, Cincinnati, 1983-1984; vice president, general manager, Diversified Communications, Station WCJB-television, Gainesville, Florida, 1984-1986; vice president, general manager, Diversified Communications, Station WYOU-television, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1986-1991; president broadcast division, Diversified Communications, Portland, Maine., 1991-1993; vice president, general manager, Gateway Communications, Inc., Station WOWK-television, Huntington, West Virginia, 1993-1996; vice president community affairs, Gateway Communications, Inc., Station WOWK-television, Huntington, West Virginia, since 1996.
Board directors Hippodrome Theatre, Gainesville, 1985-1986, Volunteer Center Alachua County, Gainesville, 1985-1986, Crimetrac Gainesville, Florida, 1985-1986, Police Advisory Commission, Gainesville, 1985-1986, Barnett Bank Alachua County, Gainesville, 1986, Scranton chapter American Red Cross, 1988-1991, Better Business Bureau Northeast Pennsylvania, Scranton, 1988-1991, United Way Lackawanna County, Scranton, 1989-1991, Cabell Huntington (West Virginia) Hospital Foundation, 1995-2003, Museum of Radio and television Technology, since 2004. Board directors, vice president Girls Club Alachua County, Gainesville, 1985-1986. Member advisory board Scranton Area Foundation, 1989-1991.
Trustee Keystone Junior College Laplume, Pennsylvania, 1991-1992. Trustee Huntington Museum Art, 1996-1999, vice president, 1998-1999, general chairman annual fund campaign, 1998. Trustee Tri-State Amateur Radio Association, Huntington, since 1998, vice president, 1999-2000, president, 2000-2002.
Member National Association Broadcasters, National Association television Programming Executives, West Virginia Broadcasters Association (board directors 1995-1999), Pennsylvania Association Broadcasters (board directors 1989-1991), Greater Scranton C. of Chamber (board directors 1987-1990), Downtown Scranton Business Association (board directors 1989-1991), Rotary (Scranton, board directors 1989-1991), Rotary (Huntington, Wva.), Huntington Area Chamber of Chamber (board directors 1995-1999, vice-chairman 1996-1998).
Married Nancy Lee Gladwell, June 14, 1958. Children: Arthur Harlan, Michael Lee.