Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic, 1943. Master of Arts in Engineering Sciences and Applied Physics, Harvard University, 1951.
Staff member, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Radiation Laboratory, 1943-1944;
head electronics section, Boston University Optical Research Laboratory, 1946-1951;
electronics engineer, Barkley & Dexter laboratories Inc., Fitchburg, Massachusetts, 1953-1955;
manager Eastern engineering office, Offner Electronics Inc., Somerville, Massachusetts, 1955-1956;
systems engineer, project manager, program manager, Raytheon Company, Wayland, Massachusetts, 1956-1963;
vice president, Information dynamics corporation, Reading, Massachusetts, 1963-1965;
program manager, Courier Citizen Company, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1965-1968;
vice president, Courier Citizen Company, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1969-1972;
national sales manager, Graphic Services, an American Standard Company, Warren, Michigan, 1972;
president, Graphic Services, an American Standard Company, Warren, Michigan, 1973-1974;
general manager, Woodland Communications Company subsidiary W.E. Andrews Company, Bedford, Massachusetts, 1975;
program director pre-press systems, Graphic Communications Computer Association, Arlington, Virginia, 1976-1977;
vice president, Walter T. Armstrong, Philadelphia, 1977-1978;
program manager, Bobst Graphic Inc. (subsidiary Bobst SA, Lausanne, Switzerland), Bohemia, New York, 1979;
director market research, Bobst Graphic Inc. (subsidiary Bobst SA, Lausanne, Switzerland), Bohemia, New York, 1979-1980;
director market management and research, Bobst Graphic Inc.
(subsidiary Bobst SA, Lausanne, Switzerland), Bohemia, New York, 1980; marketing manager, Bobst Graphic Inc. (subsidiary Bobst SA, Lausanne, Switzerland), Bohemia, New York, 1980-1981; marketing manager, Graphics Arts division Imlac Corporation subsidiary Hazeltine, Needham, Massachusetts, 1981; account executive, Altertext Inc., Boston, 1982-1983; vice president information technologies, Graphic Communications Association, Arlington, 1983-1985; president, Tunnicliffe Associations Inc., Winchester, Massachusetts, since 1974. Consultant Raytheon Company, 1964-1966, Courier-Citizen Company, 1972, Chrysler Corporation, 1974, Bobst Graphic Inc., 1981, Printing Industries of America Inc., 1985-1986, Aspen Systems Corporation, 1986-1987, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1986-1987, Xyvision Inc., 1987, Interleaf Inc., 1987-1988, Science Typographers, Inc.,1990-.
Printing industry representative concerning the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) to Joint Industry-Department Defense Task Force on Computer-Aided Acquisitions & Logistic Support, 1983-1985, the International Organisation for Standardization and correspondent committees of America National Standards Institute/Computer & Business Equipment Manufacturers Association, 1983-1985 and The Association American Publications, 1983-1985.
Board directors Horace L. and Florence E. Mayer Foundation, Inc., Baltimore. Organizing chairman board directors Printing Research Institute for New Technology, Inc., Washington, 1968-1969, chairman board, president, 1970-1974. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1944-1946, lieutenant, 1951-1953, captain, 1953-1982.
Member American Society Information Sciences, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, Association Computing Machinery, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, International Word Processing Association, National Micrographics Association, National Society Professional Engineers, Society Information Display, Society Motion Picture and television Engineers, Society Scholarly Public, Institute Printing (London), Printing Industries American, Graphic Communications Computer Association (chairman character generation committee 1967-1974, director 1970-1974, vice president 1973-1974), Printing Industries New England (co-chairman computer conference 1967), National Composition Association, Research and Engineering Council of Graphic Arts Industry, American Defense Preparedness Association, Naval Reserve Association, Reserve Officers Association, Retired Officers Association, Standard Generalized Markup Language Users' Group (honorary member), United States Naval Institute, Science Research Society of America, Sigma Xi. Clubs: Harvard (Boston).
Married Ruth Loretto Loftus, June 23, 1951. Children: Peter Warren, Virginia Warren, Elizabeth Loftus, William Loftus.