Born to Fred and Zenia (Chambers) Fordemwalt in Parsons, KS.
Earns a Bachelor of Science from the University of Arizona.
Achieves a Master of Science from the University of Arizona.
Is a senior engineer for GE Co. in Evandale, OH until 1960.
Obtains a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Iowa.
Is a senior engineer for U.S. Semcor, Inc. in Phoenix, AZ until 1961.
Is a section manager of the Motorola Semiconductor Products Division in Phoenix, AZ until 1966.
Is a department manager of the Philco-Ford Microelectronics Division in Santa Clara, CA until 1968.
Is associate director of research and development for American Microsystems Inc. in Santa Clara, CA until 1971.
Teaches as an associate research professor at the University of Utah until 1976.
Is a consultant for Integrated Circuits Engineering in Scottsdale, AZ.
Is director of the microelectronics laboratory at the University of Arizona until 1987.
Serves as a semiconductor committee member at United Techs. Corp. in Hartford, CT until 1987.
Is a consultant for Western Design Center in Mesa, AZ.
Serves as chapter president of the International Society for Hybrid Microelectronics until 1983.
Teaches as an associate professor and is a laboratory manager at Arizona State University until 2001.
Is associate chair of microelectronics and assistant chair of the Dept. of Electronics and Computer Technology at Arizona State University until 2001.
Is honored as professor emeritus at Arizona State University.