After graduating, I got a position as an aid to a Congressman on Capitol Hill until a position with Treasury opened for me in New York City. I later transfered to the international division and spent time overseas. Moving to the State Department, I was the U.S. representative to several UN organizations including the International Maritime Organization in London, England, the World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, the World Intellectual Property Organization in the Hague, Netherlands, and the Organization of American States in Washington, DC. This afforded me significant travel overseas to the various General Assemblies of these organizations. After retiring to Florida, I have spent time beachcombing and enjoying social life including membership in the Sigma Chi Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter. In addition, I was the first chair tenor saxophone in the Dunedin, Florida Concert Band. I currently do a lot of traveling and thoroughly enjoy retirement. It was great to see so many alums at the 50th celebration.
Favorite ΣΧ memory
Setting the record for the Frisbee toss in front of the house with Skip Borwell. Also, attending the initiation of the brother of my high school best friend at Ohio State where I first pledged Sigma Chi.