Born to Clarence Archibald White and Lou Ella (Givens) Arford in Providence, RI.
Serves within the U.S. Air Force in the Korean War through 1955.
Marries Edda Maria Castano Benitez-White.
Works part-time jet-aircraft engine R&D testing at GM Indianapolis.
Earns a Bachelor of Sciences in electrical engineering from Purdue University.
Earns a Master of Science in electrical engineering from Purdue University.
Lectures on aerospace, electrical and computer engineering at the University of California through 1984.
Is an engineer at Rockwell International in Anaheim, CA, through 1968.
Earns a Master of Arts in applied math from Purdue University.
Is named a North America Aviation Science Engineering Fellow through 1965.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy in electrical engineering and aeronautical and engineering sciences from Purdue University.
Works as a manager at Rockwell International in Anaheim, CA, through 1984.
Is a senior scientist at Rockwell International in Anaheim, CA, through 1990.
Teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of California through 1997.
Is a consultant, lecturer and on the board directors of Asilomar Signals within Systems and Computers Conference Corp through 2002.
Serves as the president of Signal Processing and Controls Engineering SPACE Corp. through 2003.
Establishes a private practice in San Clemente, CA, and maintains the practice.
Receives the Vladimir Karapetoff Outstanding Technology Achievement Award from Eta Kappa Nu.
Volunteers at Mission Hospital & Regional Medical Center in Mission Viejo, CA, and continues to do so.
Is a teaching assistant in lab technology at Purdue University.