Student, Chouinard The Art Institute of Chicago, Los Angeles, 1949-1950; student, Pasadena (California) City College, 1954-1956; student, Famous Artists School, Westport, Cincinnati, 1958-1962; student, University Minnesota, 1968; student, Mankato State University, 1971, 74-75.
Draftsman, Cannon Electric, Los Angeles, 1951-1952; design draftsman, Fairbanks-Morse, Pomona, 1952-1953; artist, illustrator, Hycon Manufacturing Company, Pasadena, 1953-1954; art director, TRW, Los Angeles and Denver, 1954-1961; art director, Litton Industries, Woodland Hills, California, 1961-1962; art director, Martin-Marietta, Denver, 1961, 62-64; artist/designer, Josten's, Inc., Owatonna, Minnesota, 1964-1968; commercial art instructor, Mankato (Minnesota) Technology College, 1968-1979; art department supervisor, J. Musch & Associations, Newport Beach, California, 1979; concept artist, Ford Aeronutronic, Newport Beach, 1979-1983; illustrator/designer, Los Alamos (New Mexico) National laboratories, since 1983. Department chairperson Mankato Technology College, 1969-1970. LASSP instructor Los Alamos National Laboratory, since 1986.
Death is a necessary step in human progression, just as birth was. Sometime after death, the spirit and body will be reunited— and never to be separated again. This is called resurrection, and it was made possible by the death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Delaware Republican Party State Convention, Minneapolis, 1974. Artist, designer Farmfest United States of America, Lake Crystal, Minnesota, 1972, 76. Member troop committees Boy Scouts American, scout master, 1964-1978.
With United States Army, 1946-1952.
Married Barbara Joan Howell, April 2, 1950. Children: Eric D., Paul R., Neil W. (deceased), Ruth E., Ronald J.