Born to Maurice and Constance Antelo Heckscher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics from Harvard University.
Earns a Master of Mathematics from Harvard University.
Is a Fulbright scholar through 1959.
Serves as an instructor at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Earns a Doctor of Philsophy in mathematics from Harvard University.
Transitions from instructor to professor of mathematics at Swarthmore (Pennsylvania) College where he teaches until 1980.
Becomes a National Science Foundation Fellow through 1967.
Becomes a naturalist and conservation biologist with Natural Lands Trust in Media, Pennsylvania.
Is featured in the 25th edition of Who’s Who in the East.
Retires from his profession.
His publication of “Dorothy Kerin: Sign and Significance” appears in the Journal of Christian Healing.
Is featured in the 72nd edition of Who’s Who in America.
Continues to work on Church unity, spirituality, and lectures on science and religion, and write on theology
Contributes articles to professional journals.
Continues to add to his worldwide collection of botanical photographs that he is placing in the public domain.