One of only three individual NCAA Division III men's national champions in outdoor track and field
At the inaugural Division III Championships in 1974, he won the Triple Jump (with a distance of 49 feet, 11 inches) and earned All-America honors. This performance still stands as the University record.
From 1981-84, while a full-time matriculated graduate student, he worked for Xerox Corporation as a scientist working in the area of xerographic photoconductors
Since 1984, he has been employed by Eastman Kodak Company as a Senior Scientist in the area of optical disk storage
He has published 13 papers in the areas of magnetics, photoconductors, and optical disk technology and received two patents
He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Member of Toastmasters International since 1986
President of Kodak Park Club #1491 and was awarded Toastmaster of the Year in 1988 from that club