He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on January 20, 1939. He lived in Lowell House while at Harvard and received his A.B. in 1962.
After some years as a research assistant at the Cambridge Electron Accelerator, he moved into a career in computer systems, serving as manager of development at Dataroyal, in Nashua, New Hampshire, and as director of development for Pichler Associates, in Littleton, Massachusetts. Most recently he was employed by Thomson Trading Services, in Boston.
The Class has no current information about his surviving family; in our Twentieth Anniversary Report he listed a wife, Dawn (Peters), whom he married in 1963 a daughter, Moragh; and two sons, Iain and Taran.