After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1959 with degrees in electrical and math engineering, Fred went to work for IBM. Over the years he held a variety of positions in computer final-systems test, telecommunications systems design, financial systems development, and display station planning.
After 32 years of service he retired, but has remained active with the publication of a restaurant guide, creation of several business ventures, and the writing and publication of his second book, You Don't Say; Sometimes Liberals Show Their True Colors. (His first book was: Laughter, Love, and a Barbershop Song.)
Currently, Fred attends to his website (www.youdontsay.org) with weekly updates. He is an Accuracy In Media (AIM) board member and board member and committee member of the Freedom-21 Credit Union.