Bachelor of Science, Texas Technology University, Lubbock, 1957. Master of Science, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1959. Doctor of Science in Industrial Engineering,, Columbia University, New York City, 1970.
Assistant engineer Naval Ordnance Research, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1958-1959. Assistant professor North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 1959-1961. Director research Darlington Fabrics Corporation, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, 1961-1962.
From assistant professor to professor University Rhode Island, Kingston, 1962-1971. Professor, chairman department Cleveland State University, 1971-1975. Professor, dean North Dakota State University, Fargo, 1975-1994, acting vice president agricultural affairs, 1983-1985.
Assistant to president North Dakota State University, since 1983, director Engineering Computer Center, since 1984, professor emeritus industrial engineering and management Fargo, since 1994. President XOX Corporation, 1984-1990. Chairman board, Chief Executive Officer ATSCO, 1989-1994, chief engineer, since 1993.
Professor emeritus North Dakota State University, 1994—2010. Adjunct professor Montana State University, since 1994, director industrial and management engineering program, since 1996, manufacturing research, sponsored by National Science Foundation since 1997. President, Chief Executive Officer J&B Inc., 1996—2006.
Vice president, co-owner, board directors D.T.&J., Inc., Fargo, North Dakota, 1999-2006, London, since 1999. Vice president engineering Roll-A-Ramp, Rolla-A-Latter, and Rolla-A-conveyor, 2000-2005. Consultant to healthcare system, 1999-2005.
Served to sergeant United States Marine Corps, 1948-1951. Member American Institute Industrial Engineers (senior. Vice president 1964-1965), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Order of the Engineer, American Society Engineering Education (campus coordinator 1979-1981), Academy Industrial Engineers Texas Tech University, Lions, Elks, American Legion, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi (advisor 1978-1979).
Married Bettie Chloe Carter, September 6, 1960.