Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University Tennessee, 1964. Master of Business Administration in Business, Harvard University, 1972.
Chief engineer, Pacific Architects & Engineers, Los Angeles, 1966-1968; director operations, Pacific Architects & Engineers, Los Angeles, 1968-1970; vice president, Levinson Corporation, St. Louis, 1972-1975; vice president, Marc Engineering Corporation, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1975-1976; president, Crutcher Enterprises, Boca Raton, Florida, 1976-1978; president, chief Executive officer, Coastal Realty Investments, Inc., Palm Beach, Florida, since 1978. Consultant Boston Whaler Company, Rockland, Massachusetts, 1972, Marc Engineering Corporation, Waterbury, 1975, Frankel Enterprises, Philadelphia, 1975. Various others.
Member Foundation for the Arts, Miami, Florida, since 1979, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, since 1983. 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1964-1966. Member Society of America Military Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Florida Mortgage Brokers, Florida Real Estate Brokers, Florida General Contractors, Harvard Club, Sigma Pi Epsilon (secretary 1963-1964).
Married Vesta Dauber Brue, May 25, 1974 (deceased 1978).