Bachelor of Science in Aerospace/Agricultural/Architectural/Aeronautical Engineering, University Kansas, 1951. MSAE, University Minnesota, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy in Aerospace Engineering, University Minnesota, 1966.
Junior engineer to scientist Rosemount Aeronautical Laboratories, University Minnesota, 1951—1959, scientist, 1959—1962. Research fellow University Minnesota, 1962—1966. Senior research scientist to project staff engineer supervisor aerodynamics, fluid mechanics, and control science sections, research department Systems & Research Center, Minneapolis, 1966—1976.
Program manager aerodynamics and active controls Aircraft Energy Efficiency Office, Office Aeronautics an Space Technology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1976—1979, program manager general aviation, subsonic aircraft technical office Washington, 1979—1984. Manager general aviation commuter aircraft aerodynamics and technical transfer Control Coordinator Aerodynamics Division. Special assignment as industrial specialist regulating export of aircraft and other transportation vehicles and equipment International Trade Administration, United States Department Commerce, 1983—1984.
Adjunct professor mathematics Southeastern University, Washington. Speaker science and mathematics for professional educators' workshops. Board directors Landmark Services Tourmobile, Inc., Washington.
Served United States Air Force, 1945-1946.
Member of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Married Jessie Lois Mack, December 15, 1951 (divorced 1975). Children: Sharyn Denise, Cricha Rose Stankey, Dan Raymond, Tim Mack.