I am an associate professor of computer science and mathematics. I earned a master's degree in applied mathematics from Montana State University in 1971 and a master's degree in computer science education from the University of Evansville in 1985. I have been teaching at Asbury since the fall of 1983. Prior to coming to Asbury, I taught mathematics for eleven years at Bartlesville Wesleyan College (now, Oklahoma Wesleyan University) in Bartlesville, OK.
My current teaching assignments include general education mathematics, Finite Mathematics for Business, Business Calculus and programming courses in Java and C++.
I met my wife, Lyn, while we were both students at Houghton College in Houghton, NY. We have two sons; both of whom graduated from Asbury. Our older son, Dan, and his family serve with World Gospel Mission as missionaries in Hungary. Our other son, David, lives with his family in Anchorage, Alaska, where he works as a field engineer overseeing a power station construction project. We have six grandchildren.
Lyn and I are active members of the Wilmore Free Methodist Church where we have served in a number of capacities. My leisure interests include travel, nautical history in the age of sail (I am a member of the Nautical Research Guild), building and flying radio control model airplanes, reading, and woodworking.