Bachelor of Science, University Nevada, 1949.
Metallurgical engineer, United States Steel, Pittsburgh, 1949-1951; group leader, University of California Radiation Laboratory, Livermore, California, 1951-1952; assistant chief metallurgist, Rockwell Nordston Valve Company, Oakland, California, 1953-1954; senior engineer, Westinghouse Atomic Power, Pittsburgh, 1954-1959; supervisor engineer, Aerojet Nucleonics, San Ramon, California, 1959-1962; plant manager metals division, Stauffer Corporation, Richmond, California, 1962-1964; principal metallurgical engineer, Teledyne Wah Chang, Albany, Oregon, 1964-1991; metallurgical consultant, since 1991. Part time teacher Linn Benton Community College, Albany, since 1964.
Active Episcopalian Church, Lebanon, Oregon, 1975-1992. Sergeant United States Army, 1942-1948;First lieutenant United States Air Force, 1949-1964. Fellow American Society for Testing and Materials (award of merit 1981, 1st vice chairman since 1979).
Member American Society Metals (Chairman of Commission), American Welding Society (Chairman of Commission), National Association Corrosion Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Chairman of Commission).
Married Eileen Mathilde Carrow, August 9, 1947. Children: Paul David, Kathleen Mary, Keith Clifford, Richard Terrence.