Associate of Arts, Everett (Washington) Junior College, 1962; Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, U. Florida, 1964; Bachelor of Business Administration, Florida State University, 1965.
Player, Los Angeles Rams Football Team, 1966-1968; executive director, Pensacola/Escambia Industrial Board, Florida, 1969-1972; director real estate development, Walt Disney World Company, Orlando, Florida, 1972-1974; president, Dynavest, Inc., Orlando, 1974-1979; director marketing, Turner Development Corporation, Tampa, Florida, 1982-1987; vice president, Raymond James Realty Advisors, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1987-1995; vice president investment management, Hart Advisors, Inc., Hartford, Connecticut, since 1996. Instructor, speaker Bert Rodgers Schools Real Estate, Orlando, 1975-1986.
President Florida Industrial Development Council, Orlando, 1972-1973. Member Governor's Council Economic Development, Tallahassee, 1986-1989, Tampa Bay Hall of Fame Bowl Game Committee, since 1989, Tampa Bay Super Bowl Committee, 1986, President' Council on Physical Fitness, Washington, 1985-1987, Tampa Committee of 100, 1982-1987. Member NFL Alumni Association (vice president 1985-1987), Pension Real Estate Association (committee member since 1990), University Florida Boosters Association.
Children: Corbin Warren, Leslie Erin.