- Resident of Baltimore County since 1955.
- Attended Baltimore Community College
- Certificate U.S. Justice Department
- Certificate Northwestern University
- 6th and 7th Districts 35 years. Currently living in Dundalk
Baltimore County Police Department:
- Retired 39 years of service
- Undercover narcotics
- Special investigator for County Executive
- Assignments included, patrol, traffic, Supervisor Chemical Test for Alcohol Unit, crash reconstruction, DWI detection, producing TV safety spots, teaching traffic safety in county schools and writing departmental policy.
- Freelance writer, Baltimore Evening Sun, Morning Sun and Sunday Sun Magazine
- Baltimore News American – Covered sports, golf, book reviews and wrote a crime column.
- Wrote, produced, and directed “Wheels of Death,” traffic safety video.
- Wrote original draft of “My Child is Missing,” narrated by John Walsh, America’s Most Wanted.”
- Wrote original story and co-wrote screenplay for the Hollywood motion picture “Misfit Patrol” which premiered at the Senator Theater.
- Co-Produced “50th Anniversary Special of the Christmas classic “It’s a “Wonderful Life,” featuring surviving cast members and the late Frank Capra, Jr. (For additional information Google Charles “Buzz” Beeler.
- Wrote produced and directed television commercials for traffic safety
- Departmental Commendation for undercover narcotics work 1968
- American Legion Award for undercover narcotics work, 1968
- Unit citation for work during Amtrak
Train disaster, 1987
- Unit citation for apprehending DWI drivers, circa 1990
- Departmental Commendation for work on having Baltimore County Police Nationally Accredited, circa 1992
- Chief’s Award for winning National Association of Chief’s of Police along with Officer Lee Ches, by designing, writing and implementing a Baltimore County Traffic Safety Campaign, 1995
- Received Gold 13 Award for Community Service from WJZ TV’s Richard Sherr circia 1982
- Board of Directors, Dundalk Optimist Club.