• Aviation Lieutenant during WWI.
  • Graduate of Rhode Island State College and Cornell University – specializing in conservation, pond and stream management, fish culture, ornithology and game breeding.
  • Editor of fish and game departments of the National Sportsman and the Hunting and Fishing Magazine.
  • March 1932 apppointed the Superintendent of the Connecticut Board of Fisheries and Game. Succeeded John W. Titcomb who died in January of 1932.
  • Vice-President of the International Association of Fish and Game Commissioners 1930s.
  • Leading role in Connecticut being among the first 10 states using cooperative wildlife research programs.
  • In 1938 he resigned as Superintendent, and accepted similar position at Missouri Conservation Commission.
  • Died September, 1944 age 52.