Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University Kentucky, 1935.
Test engineer, Aerofin Corporation, Newark, 1935; air conditioning, refrigeration engineer, Carrier Corporation, Syracuse, New York, 1935-1942; president, general manager, Regent Knitting Company, Inc., Syracuse, New York, 1946-1950; contract sales manager, Remington Corporation, Auburn, New York, 1950-1954; special assistant to general manager, assistant general manager administration, Atomic Energy Commission, 1954-1964; assistant to general manager, Atomic Energy Commission, 1964-1971; assistant to dean Graduate School, U. Kentucky, Lexington, 1972-1973; consultant, Institute Mining and Minerals Research, 1974-1979; consultant, Kentucky Center for Energy Research, 1976-1978; retired, 1971. Member United States Intelligence Board, 1954-1964. Executive officer United States delegate International Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, 1955.
Chairman Metropolitan Environmental Improvement Commission, Lexington, 1975. Member University Kentucky Research Foundation, Service Corps of Retired Executives, 1987-1989. Colonel, C.E. Army of the United States, 1952.
Member American Society of Heating (associate), American Association for the Advancement of Science, Kentucky History Society, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma. Clubs: Lafayette (Lexington), Kiwanis (Lexington), Spindletop (Lexington).
Married Helen Mae Ingalls, June 28, 1941. Children: Martha Ingalls (Mistress Paul J. Sweeney), Harry Sheehy.