Student, Princeton University, 1956-1959; Bachelor, University of Chicago, 1961; Master of Arts, University of Illinois, 1967.
Assistant to chairman of Department, University Illinois, Champaign, 1963-1965; account executive, Dean Witter Company, Chicago, 1967-1970; president, founder, Remote Method Invocation Corporation, Winnetka, Illinois, 1970-1972; investment manager, Lincoln National Investment Advisors, Chicago, 1972-1973; lecturer, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, 1971-1973; vice president, division manager, Harris Bank, Chicago, 1973-1987; vice president, chief investment officer, First Interstate Bank of California, Los Angeles, 1987-1990; senior vice president, Capital Research and Management Company, Los Angeles, 1990-1997; president, Sidhu Group, Santa Monica, since 1997.
Board advisors Salvation Army, Santa Monica, California, since 1988. Board directors University of Chicago Alumni Association, Los Angeles, 1989-1990. Vice chairman Los Angeles Metropolitan board advisors Salvation Army, since 1996.
Member Los Angeles Society Finance Analysts (president 1992-1993, governor 1989-1994), American Finance Association (life), Institute Chartered Finance Analysts, Jonathan Club.
Married Nancy Dayton. 1 child, Mary Sidhu Pittman.