Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University Colorado, 1945. Master of Science, University Colorado, 1949.
Engineer, United States Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, 1947-1950; plant manager, American Machine and Foundry Corporation, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1951-1955; vice president, general manager, Whittaker Corporation Power Sources division, Denver, 1955-1961; chief engineer, Metron Instrument Company, Denver, 1962-1965; manager of electrochemistry, Gates Corporation, Denver, 1965-1971; private practice as a consulting engineer, Denver, since 1971. Professional jazz musician (saxophone), Denver, since 1946.
Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1954, PTO. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, The Electrochemical Society, American Chemical Society, Colorado Mountain Club (president 1975), American Alpine (Golden, Colorado), Battery Council International, Society Automotive Engineers.
Children: Jane, David, Ellen.