Member Since: January 17, 2013
Graduated from Purdue University in 1964 with honors in Electrical Engineering, studied on a Plasma Physics Fellowship for one year at Princeton University, and then earned an MSEE from the California Institute of Technology in 1966. Awarded patents with Honeywell Information Systems, and with Union Carbide/Martin Marietta Nucleor Division. Manager VLSI Design, and Hardware Applications Engineering for Honeywell Bull/Bull HN Information Systems. Currently retired. At the request of the Canadian Government served as expert witness for the United States in a trial involving nucleor non-proliferation in 1984. Listed in Who's Who in the West 1987 and 1988. Married Nina Lavena Jane Parks in 1968 in Phoenix, Arizona. Two children, four grandchildren. Member Baha'i Faith.