Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 1949; Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University, 1961; postgraduate, Federal executive Institute, 1978.
Field engineer, Indiana State Board of Health, Indianapolis, 1949-1951;
sales/service engineer, Wallace & Tiernan Company, Indianapolis, 1951-1956;
director technical services, Water Pollution Control Administration, Washington, 1966-1968;
regional VII administrator, WPCA, WQ Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Kansas City, 1968-1971;
senior environmental advisor, State Maryland, Annapolis, 1973-1977;
vice president environmental health and regulatory affairs, Velsicol Chemical Corporation, Chicago, 1978-1986;
environmental management consultant, Puerto Rico & Associations, Kingwood, Texas, since 1986. President Federal Water Quality Association, Washington, 1978-1979. Member Indiana Waste Council, Illinois Institute Technology, Chicago, 1984-1986.
Consultant Industrial Advisory Committee Westheimer Finance Group, Houston, since 1988.
Chairman Village Water Commission, Park Forest, Illinois, 1963-1964. Assistant commissioner Fairfax (Virginia) County Boy Scouts, 1972-1978. Captain United States Public Health Service, 1956-1965.
Member Zero Population Growth (Environmental Man of Year 1971), Water Environmental Federation (life), Chemical Manufacturers Association (environmental management committee 1983-1986), Toastmasters (president 1963), Order of the Boar.
Married Phyllis Anderson, June 2, 1951. Children: Lisa Ann, Karen Sue, Christian Edward.