BSME, Virginia Tech 1962
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics, 1967, Virginia Tech
1962 to 1963, Atlantic Research, Springfield, VA
1966 to 1971 at Sanders Associates, Nashua, New Hampshire involved with developing countermeasures systems for U.S. Navy fighter aircraft, study of reentry heat transfer, and many other thermodynamics and heat transfer projects.
1971 to 1974, VP for an engineering development company in New York City.
1974 to 2007, founder and president of Des Champs Technologies, a manufacturer of very special air conditioning and energy recovery equipment.
1997 Master Entrepreneur of the Year, 2010 inducted into the Virginia Tech Academy of Engineering Excellence.
Served on the VaTech Engineering Advisory Board and the Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board and the VMI Engineering Advisory Board.