|June 10, 1928||Born in Utica, New York|
|Reared by grandfather and aunt after his mother died when he was 7 months old.|
|1936||Began collecting buttons when his grandfather gave him an Al Landon for President button|
|1946||Graduated from high school in New York Mills, New York|
|Dec. 28, 1947||Married Ruth in Pennsylvania. Four sons: Tim, Mel, Jim, Bob. Eleven grandchildren,five great-grandchildren plus two on the way.|
|1950||Graduated from Milligan College in Tennessee|
|1956||Graduated from Lexington College of the Bible (now Lexington Theological Seminary)|
|1963||Graduated from Texas Tech with Ph.D. in Philosophy|
|1963-1967||Taught at McMurray University, Abilene, Texas|
|1967-1990||Taught at Tarrant County Junior College (now Tarrant County College). Founding faculty member, Department of Sociology|
|1990-present||Pursued his hobby of book and political memorabilia collecting. Opened store in Fort Worth Stockyards.|
|1993, 1993||Visited Russia and collected political materials|
|2004||Began donating materials to Poage Legislative Library|
About Us: An Introduction to Psychology.Boyd & Fraser Pub. Co; [Prelim. ed.] edition (1972).
First sixty years of the First Christian Church, Lubbock, Texas, 1901-1961. [Lubbock: the Church, 1961].
Ethics-Responsibility toward mentally retarded [videorecording]. Fort Worth: TCJC South Campus Instructional Media, 1984.
I-opener : an introduction to philosophy.. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, c1976.
Police-community relations series. 6 vols.[Monsey, NY:]Criminal Justice Press (1973).