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Attended McGill University in Montreal, graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering. Attended graduate school at the Institute of paper Chemistry, in Appleton, Wisconsin, graduating with a PhD in physics and chemical engineering. Worked (1959-63) as Technical Director of a Scottish papermill in Glasgow. Began a career based in Montreal (1964) as an independent scientist, founding a number of development companies, publishing his scientific work regularly over a professional lifetime, securing half a dozen patents supporting development work under royalty agreements, as well as for a line of new technology test instruments, manufactured, marketed and sold to pulp and papermills world-wide by his own company, Pulmac Instrument International. In 1978 he moved his business to Vermont, where he currently resides. His retirement years have included writing and publishing a book, “Science in the Pulp and Paper Mill”, serving 6 years on a local school board, 8 years as pro bono consultant and board member for the Vermont Philharmonic, and co-founder of an on-line small business training center.