Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1950; Master of Science, Pennsylvania State University, 1956; Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, 1959.
Research and development work in petroleum refining, Pennsylvania State University, 1950-1958;
instructor, thesis advisor, Argonne (Illinois) National Laboratory, 1958-1963;
superintendent, associate project director experimental breeder reactor II power plant, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, 1968-1973;
general manager quality assurance and environmental services, Nuclear Services Corporation, Campbell, California, 1973-1976;
assistant general manager nuclear fuel processing and waste management technical Idaho chemical programs, Allied Chemical Corporation, Idaho Falls, 1976-1979. Consultant, since 1979. Lecturer Idaho Academy Sciences.
Consultant in field; chairman science and technical project 1990 Idaho Centennial Celebration.
Fellow American Nuclear Society (treasurer 1973-1977, director 1969-1977, president-elect 1979-1980, president 1980-1981), American Institute Chemical Engineers (chairman nuclear engineering division 1974), Skull and Bones, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Phi Lambda Upsilon. Clubs: Rotary, Elks.
Married Mary Ann DeWoody, October 6, 1962.