Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University Connecticut, 1959.
Founder, president, Audio Visual Industries, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1963-1971; president, Primary Medical Communications and Primary television Services, New York City, 1971-1974; vice president communications materials group, Bell & Howell, Chicago, 1974-1976; corporation vice president, president, Video Group, 1976-1981; chairman, chief Executive officer, Rank Video Services American (formerly Bell & Howell/Columbia/Paramount Video Services), since 1981. Chairman of the Board Fernseh, Inc., 1978-1981. Visiting professor Northwestern University, 1976-1980.
Served to First lieutenant, Medical Service Corps. United States Army, 1958-1961. Member International Tape Association, International television Association, Society Mayflower Descendants, Society Motion Picture and television Engineers.
Children: Heidi, Blaine.