Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University Colorado, 1945; Master of Science in Sanitary Engineering, University Michigan, 1947.
District engineer Washington State Health Department, Seattle, 1947-1958. Head utilities design Aramco Overseas Company, The Hague, The Netherlands, 1955-1957. Sanitary engineer California Department Public Health, Berkeley, 1959-1962.
Chief operation and maintenance San Diego County, 1962-1965. Chief civil engineer Ralph M. Parsons Company, Los Angeles, 1965-1971. Project manager CH2M-Hill, Portland, Oregon, 1971-1975.
Chief engineer Norwest Pacific Corporation, Seattle, 1975-1980. Director engineering Trans Energy Systems, Bellevue, Washington, 1980-1984. Principal manager United Research Services Consultant, Seattle, 1984-1989.
Vice president Norwest Pacific Corporation, 1977-1980.
Lieutenant (junior grade) Council for Exceptional Children United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946, 51-53. Member American Society of Civil Engineers (life), American Academy Environmental Engineers (life), Water Environmental Federation (life), American Waterworks Association (life).
Married Winette Alithia Delaye, August 25, 1948. Children: Jay, Julie Sevastopoulos.