Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University Kansas, 1952. Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, University Kansas, 1956. PhDEE, University Florida, 1967.
Engineer, Sperry Gyroscope Company, Great Neck, New York, 1952-1953;
instructor, U. Kansas, Lawrence, 1953-1956;
senior engineer, Sperry Electronic Tube Division, Gainesville, Florida, 1956-1965;
associate professor, U. Colorado, Colorado Springs, 1967-1973;
professor, U. Colorado, Colorado Springs, 1973-1981;
consultant engineering staff, Sperry Corporation, Clearwater, Florida, 1981-1986;
principal electrical engineer, Sanders Association, Nashua, N.H., 1987-1989;
independent electromagnetic inventor, Tampa, Florida, since 1989. Microwave consultant United States Army Research Office, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, 1972-1977, Science Atlanta, since 1991. Consultant electroacoustics Koss Corporation, Milwaukee, 1976-1981.
Adjunct Professor U.South Florida, Tampa, since 1982.
With United States Navy, 1946-1947. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (scientist commission on man and radiation since 1989, Centennial medal 1984, Automated Measurement Technical award). Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Instrumentation and Measurements Society (administrative committee).
Married Wanda Marie Murray, June 8, 1953. Children: Teresa Annette, James Matthew, Amelia Lorraine.