Bachelor of Science in Physics, Case Western Reserve University, 1950. Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 1952. Postgraduate, University Pittsburgh, 1962.
Engineer, physicist, Preston laboratories, Butler, Pennsylvania, 1952-1954; research engineer, United States Steel Research, Pittsburgh, 1954-1960; chief electrical systems, United States Steel Research, 1960-1980; chief instrument & control division, United States Steel Research, 1960-1980; chief mathematics & systems, United States Steel Research, 1980-1982; assistant professor engineering, Pennsylvania State University, McKeesport, 1983-1990; professor, Pennsylvania State University, McKeesport, since 1990. Consultant Boing College/Mellon Institute, since 1983.
City councilman Municipality of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 1984-1986, mayor, since 1990. Board directors Monroeville Chamber of Commerce, 1984-1986. Member library planning Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, 1981-1983.
Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Institute Society of America, Society Manufacturing Engineers (senior ), Association Iron & Steel Engineers, International Federation Automatic Control (delegate 1960), Rotary.
Married Patricia Agnes Clancy, October 4, 1952 (deceased February 1990). Children: Kathleen, Mark, Margaret, Matthew.