Student, Carnegie Hall Senior Drama School, New York City, 1961. A. in Engineering Communications, New York School Announcing, New York City, 1968. Bachelor in Behavioral Science and Biblical Education, University Delaware.
Master Biblical Theology, Eastern Baptist University. Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Trinity College, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1970.
Artist, comedian, Mantan Moreland, New York City, 1959-1962;
road manager, negotiator, Langston Hughes Prodns., New York City, 1963-1966;
director music, Churches of God in Christ, Brooklyn, 1968-1978;
director arts, Gospel Arts Coalition, Inc., Wilmington, since 1978;
pastor, Bible Way House of Prayer Worldwide Inc., Wilmington, since 1989;
minister of music, Bibleway Mid-Atlantic Diocese, Baltimore, since 1990. Director assistant Alvin Ailey Dancers, New York City, 1963. Disk jockey Station WWRL Radio, New York City, 1969, teacher Christina Cultural Arts, Wilmington, 1983-1989.
Music director World Christian Fellowship, since 1989.
Program director Young Men’s Christian Association, Wilmington, 1978-1981. Entertainer for Governor Dupont, State of Delaware, 1980. Director gospel music council 6602, City of Wilmington, 1983.
With United States Army, 1950-1953. Member BMI, American Guild Authors and Composers, Trinity College Alumni Association, American Legion (chaplain Brandywine, Delaware), Veterans of Foreign Wars (life), Masons (grand music director since 1989, past worshipful master, illustrious master, imperial deputy chaplain since 1997, past grand high priest, 33 degree, honorary past emperial potentate, 2002, royal select master thrice, Illinois master), Order Eastern Star (past worthy patron), Shriners, Elks (Appreciation award Paul Lawrence Dunbar lodge #106 1981), Heroines of Jericho (grand Joshua), Honor Guard Association (lieutenant colonel), Delaware Phylaxis Society (president), Epsilon Delta Psi (life).
Married Grace L. Wilson, March 1, 1950 (divorced 1978), Married Wendolyn M. King, October 8, 2002. Children: Linda Henry, Patricia Williams, Lucinda Brown, Martha Baccus, Tommy Junior (deceased), Jason James.