Came to the United States, 1966, naturalized, 1971. Student Institute Technology, Budapest. Master of Electrical Engineering, Technology U. Budapest,1954.
Postgraduate Bradley University, 1966-1968.
Manager engineering Ministry Construction Industry, Budapest, 1955—1957. Supervising engineer Canadian British Aluminum Company, Baie Comeau, 1958—1966. Facility management consultant Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, Illinois, from 1966.
Member Editorial Board Facilities Management Operations & Engineering Magazine, Republican National Committee, Presidential Task Force. Radio communications advisor Civil Defense System, 1969—1976. National advisory board American Security Council, 1975—1977.
Served to lieutenant Budapest Military Academy, 1954-1955.
Member.; Member Republican National Committee, Presidential Task Force. Served to Lieutenant, Budapest Military Academy, 1954-1955. Named Innovator of Year, 1955.
Member American Institute Plant Engineers (plant engineer of year 1976-1977, 77-78, president chapter 93, 1979-1980, delegate director 1981-1988, group director Midwest region), National, Illinois (government relations public affairs committee 1977-1980, planning resources committee since 1982) societies professional engineers, Corporation of Professional Engineers of Quebec (director midwest region 1988), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (liquid dielectric committee), Illuminating Engineering Society, National Association Business Ednl.
Radio, National Association of Manufacturers (policy committee), Engineering Institute Canada, Manufacturers Radio Frequency Advisory Council (director since 1978, vice president), Association Energy Engineers, National Machine Tool Builders Association (joint industrial county), American Association Engineering Societies (international affairs county), Illinois.State Chamber of Commerce (energy task force).
Married Ruby P. Fulop, August 9, 1947;children— Bela, Suzy. Children: Bela, Suzy.