Born in Kenosha, Wisconsin to Charles C. and Elizabeth G. Safransky.
Studies social studies and education at Marquette College.
Receives a BA from St. Francis Major Seminary in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and serves as private first class in the U.S. Army for two years.
Marries Judy M. McMurrer and teaches history and English at North Division High School as an intern teacher for one semester.
Becomes a teacher at Boca Ciega High School.
Appointed department head of social studies and a student council sponsor at Seminole High School.
Receives a Master of Arts from Stetson University in Deland, Florida.
Appointed director of Clearwater Comprehensive Junior High School.
Receives a Doctor of Philosophy from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.
Serves as president of St. Petersburg Toastmasters.
Receives the Outstanding Educator Award from Suncoast Community College.
Appointed director of Mirror Lake Tomlinson Adult Vocational School in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Receives the Great American Family Award from the St. Petersburg Association of Life Underwriters.
Serves as director of administration at Pinellas County School in Clearwater, Florida.
Becomes an adjunct professor of school law for Nova Southeastern University.
Becomes assistant principal of Largo Middle School.
Becomes administrator of Walter Pownall Service Center.
Receives a Service Award from the Education Law Association.
Becomes a certified professional educator in the Florida Department of Education.
Serves as a director of Unit VI of the Florida Retired Educators Association.