Bachelor of Science in Art Education, University Minnesota, 1950. Master of Arts in Art Education, Ohio State University, 1952.
Art teacher Columbus (Ohio) State School for Mentally Retarded, 1951-1952. Art helping teacher Arlington (Virginia) Elementary Schools, 1952-1954. Art teacher Washington Lee High School, Arlington, 1954-1956.
Art education instructor American University, Washington, 1953-1954. Art teacher Jones Junior High School, Upper Arlington, Ohio, 1956-1966. State art education consultant Ohio Department Education, Columbus, 1966-1994.
Art education instructor Ohio State University, 1950-1951, 59-60, University Virginia, Arlington, 1954-1955—.
Founder Ohio Governor's Youth Art Exhibition, Columbus, since 1969, Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, 1974, Ohio Youth Art Month, 1973, Ohio Arts Criticism Invitational and Open, 1989. Advisor Getty Center for Arts in Education, Los Angeles, 1987, Joint Council State Board Regents and State Board Education, since 1999, Coalition for Equity and Adequacy, Columbus, since 1999, Winning America's Wars, since 2002, Support for Talented Students, since 2002. Art judge, Ohio Parent-Teachers Association.
Sergeant, United States Army Infantry, 1943-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Advisory committee art curriculum Ohio Department Education, since 2004. Fellow: Ohio Art Education Association (advisory committee since 1994, advisor Ohio arts education, art exhibition chairman 2000, Outstanding Ohio Art Educator of Year 1984).
Member: Columbus Museum Art, World War II Roundtable, National Association State Directors Art Education (founder, chairman 1967-1970), National Art Education Association (national art administrator/supervisor award 1995, Distinguished Service award 1990), Public Broadcasting Service, Columbus Torch Club.
Married Jeannine May Dill, August 10, 1952.