Degree in Petroleum Refining Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, 1950; postgraduate, Washington State University, 1954-1972.
Engineer to senior engineer, General Electric Company-Hanford Works, Richland, 1950-1965;
senior engineer to staff engineer, Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific N.W. laboratories, Richland, 1965-1971;
section manager, unit manager and staff engineer, Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific N.W. laboratories, Richland, 1971-1978;
staff engineer, Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific N.W. laboratories, Richland, 1980-1992;
engineering associate, Westinghouse-Hanford Company, Richland, 1972-1978;
senior officer waste management, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria, 1978-1980;
consultant, semi-retired, Battelle Memorial Institute-N.W. Laboratory, Richland, since 1992. Chairman subcommittee radioactive waste storage American national standards institute, Washington, 1972-1974. Consultant radioactive waste management risk analysis United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, 1974-1978.
Graduate school lecturer Washington State University, Richland,1969-1971.
Commission member, chairman Central United Protestant Church, Richland, 1965-1970. Manager, coach Youth Baseball Little League, Pony League and Colt League, Richland, 1968-1976. Staff sergeant United States Army, 1945-1946.
Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers (past section chairman, membership chairman), American Nuclear Society (Local Engineer of Year 1974).
Married Joyce Dean Kellar, July 16, 1955. Children: Judith Ellen, David Kenneth, Carolyn Lee.