Bachelor, Blackburn College, 1964. Master of Arts, University North Colorado, 1968. Educational Specialist, Georgia State University, 1988.
Doctor of Education, Nova Southeastern University, 1996.
Instructor Georgia State University, Atlanta. Teacher American School for Deaf, Hartford, Connecticut, 1965-1972. Director Georgia Center for Multihandicapped, Decatur, 1977—1999.
Chairman advisory committee Georgia Deaf-Blind Project, 1990-1995. Instructor Emory University, Atlanta, University Georgia, Atlanta, Kennesaw State University, North Georgia College and State University.
Member Georgia Federation Exceptional Children (vice president, treasurer, president, governor), Georgia Council Teachers of Hearing Impaired, Georgia Council Administrators Special Education.
Children: Gregory D., Douglas L.