Bachelor of Science in Business, Quincy College, 1963. Master of Arts in Economics, Purdue University, 1968. Postgraduate, various universities.
Teacher various schools, Illinois and Colorado, 1949-1963. Teacher Lourdes High School, Chicago, 1963-1966, St. Barbara High School, Chicago, 1966-1967. Instructor economics and accounting Immaculata College, Bartlett, Illinois, 1968-1969.
Provincial treasurer religious community Immaculata Convent, 1968-1971. Principal teacher St. Thomas Aquinas School, Knox, Indiana, 1971-1983. Executive secretary to central board Sisters St. Joseph, South Bend, 1984-1986, assistant provincial Chicago, 1986-1990.
Director management team, personnel coordinator Immaculta Convent, Congressional Home, Bartlett, since 1990. Board directors Illinois Council Economic Education, 1968-1971. Advisory board Council Archdiocesan Social Studies Teachers, 1967-1969.
Secretary Chicago Council Social Studies, 1971. Co-chairman Development Economic Education Program Diocese Gary (Indiana) Schools, 1971-1973, co-chairman social studies education curriculum committee, 1971-1972, chairman DEEP program, 1973-1975, chairman social studies curriculum committee, 1973-1976. Member State Indiana Adoption Committee for Social Studies Textbooks, 1973-1974.
Advisory board Social Studies Magazine, National Council Social Studies, 1975-1978.
Member National Council Social Studies, National Catholic Education Association, Social Studies Supervisors Association, National Association Church Personnel Administrators, National Association Religious Treasurer, Canon Law Society (associate), Indiana Council Economic Education.