Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Louisiana State University, 1949; Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois, 1950.
Test engineer, General Electric Company, Schenectady, New York, 1950-1951; vice president, Gremco, Inc., Fort Worth, 1953-1957; design specialist, General Dynamics, Fort Worth, 1957-1963; regional manager, Trans-sonics, Inc., Burlington, Massachusetts, 1963-1970; special sales representative, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Baton Rouge, 1971-1990; special sales representative, Bailey Controls Company, Baton Rouge, since 1991. Industrial market consultant flame safety, Dallas, 1970-1976. Board directors Power division Industry Standard Architecture, Research Triangle, North Carolina, program coordinator 1990 International Conference.
Board of directors Temple Sinai Brotherhood, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1970, Temple Rodef Sholem Brotherhood, Pittsburgh, 1979, Baton Rouge Symphony, since 1992. Treasurer Foundation for History Louisiana, 1987-1988. First lieutenant United States Air Force, 1951-1953.
Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (life), Instrument Society American (senior power symposium committee 1975,78, 85, 93, 95)), Press Club, Camelot Club, Kiwanis.
Married Betty Adele Jacobs, March 28, 1951. Children: Alan Landau, Glen Jay, Michael Henry.