Is born in Vermont.
Begins his career in broadcasting at the age of 12.
Undertakes undergraduate coursework at Middlebury College until 1952.
Is involved in the construction of a radio station in Middlebury, VT.
Earns an undergraduate degree from Middlebury College.
Joins the RCA Corporation, where he becomes director of frequency management and works with the team that invented the color television system for public consumption.
Commences his retirement.
Travels more than 96,000 miles in his motorhome alongside with his wife, Linda, until 1998.
Moves to Sun City Center, FL, where he creates a “Welcome Neighbor” program and is involved with various community organizations.
Creates eNEWS, a newsletter sent by e-email for 21 years to over 5,000 subscribers.