Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan, 1953; Master of Architecture, University of Michigan, 1954.
Designer, Offices of Minoru Yamasaki and Eberle M. Smith Associations, Detroit, 1954-1955, 56-57; designer, Eberle M. Smith Association, Detroit, 1956-1957; senior architect, Ken Fryar Associations, Ronald Goodfellow, Michigan City, Indiana, 1958-1968; executive director, Housing Research, Inc., Michigan City, 1963-1972; principal, senior partner, Ronald Goodfellow Architects & Planners, Michigan City, 1968-1980; principal, Housing Superior vena cava syndrome Group, Michigan City, 1971-1975; associate professor, King Abdulaziz U. School Environmental Design, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 1980-1983; project manager, Zuhair Fayez & Associations, Jeddah, 1983-1985; coordinator research and training, Center for Robust Speech Systems/International Associations, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1985-1986; projects director, Mazroa Cons. Engineers/Russell and Axon International, Riyadh, 1986-1993; general director, Al-Zaid Engineering Cons., Riyadh, since 1993.
Board of directors Dunes Arts Foundation, 1958-1975, Children's International Summer Villages, 1960-1963, Association Scholars Cooperative, 1973-1977. Vice president American Civil Liberties Union, Porter County, Indiana, 1973-1976. Member American Institute of Architects (excellence in design award 1972), American Arbitration Association (arbitrator 1970-1979).
Married Ann Wittchen, July 13, 1963. Children: Sarah, Aaron.