Born to Thomas John and Mary Gertrude (Sullivan) Fleming in Cincinnati, OH.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts from Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati.
Teaches Latin, social studies and English at Mount Notre Dame High School in Reading, OH, through 1960.
Serves as a faculty member at Summit Country Day School in Cincinnati.
Earns a Master of Arts in English from the University of Detroit.
Serves as executive head of school at the Summit Country Day School in Cincinnati.
Earns a Master of Education from Xavier University.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy in educational administration from Miami University in Oxford, OH.
Serves as president of Trinity College in Washington, D.C., through 1982.
Becomes an academic advisor at Xavier University.
Earns a Master of Business Administration from Xavier University.
Earns a Juris Doctor from Northern Kentucky University Chase School of Law.
Is admitted to the Ohio Bar.
Privately practices law in Cincinnati and continues to do so.
Becomes special assistant to the president of Xavier University and continues to serve in this role.
Chosen as one of four great Cincinnatians by the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce; receives the Friars Award from the Friars Club.
Receives an Honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree from Xavier University.