I was born and raised in San Francisco and attended Riordan High School. Upon graduation I attended San Francisco State University where I earned a Bachelors degree with a major in Industrial Technology and a minor in Health Education. After graduation I did my student teaching at Polytechnic High School in San Francisco and received my General Secondary teaching credential in June of 1964. I commenced teaching at El Camino in September of 1964. I returned to S. F. State shortly thereafter and earned a Masters degree in Secondary Education.
I've done post graduate work at San Jose State University earning various specified subjects credentials. I have also attended many General Motors summer engineering workshops in an attempt to keep abreast of the latest automotive advances.
I thoroughly enjoy working with the staff, parents and students of El Camino High School and welcome any communication from parents or students.