Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, West Virginia University, 1942. Doctor of Letters (honorary), West Virginia University, 1993. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Washington College, 1991.
Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Goldie Beacon College, 1991.
Supervising engineer Defense Plant Corporation, Indianapolis, 1942-1945. Vice president Huber, Hunt & Nichols, Incorporated., Indianapolis, 1945-1947. General manager Richard R. Feller Company, Martinsburg, West Virginia, 1947-1951.
Engineer Ceco Steel Products Company, Washington, 1952-1953.
Manager purchasing and accounting, Washington Cathedral, 1953-1957, clerk of works, 1957-1990, chairman building committee, 1978-1990, Catholic canon, 1982-1990. Cathedral art consultant, 1991.
President Railroad Feller Company, Incorporated., 1977-1984. Trustee Stone Cutters and Carvers Welfare Fund, 1965-1975.
Director, treasurer Fraternity Housing Corporation, Washington, 1952-1969, executive vice president, 1969-1971, president, 1975-1977.
Board directors Center Arts and Religion, Wesley Theological Seminary, 1984-1988.
Member of Society Architectural Historians, National Sculpture Society, Guild Religious Architecture, Cosmos Club (art committee 1984-1988, awards committee 1987-1990, chairman 1989, board management 1991), Most Venerable Order Hospital St. John Jerusalem, Masons, Kappa Alpha (executive council 1961-1971, national president 1971-1973).
Married Wilma Gertrude Stenger, June 1, 1943. Children: Richard Stenger, Nancy Carol (Mistress Thomas Starnes).