Founded various companies, which were later formed into THE SAS GROUP OF COMPANIES LTD (Sas Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Sas Chemicals Ltd., Sas R&D Services Ltd., Sas Investments Ltd., Sas Developments Ltd.)
Served two terms as an elected member (Councillor) Westminster City Council (1964-1972).
Chairman of General Services Committee. Served on many Council committees and represented the City Council on outside bodies. Was Chairman of Anglo Polish Conservative Association and in 1964, on their behalf, took a Case of Racial Prejudice up to the House of Lords (The highest Court in the UK) on Appeal and won. Made Case Law by changing the definition of "Race" in the UK to include "ethnic origin".
Appointed by the Lord Chancellor as a Justice of the Peace (Magistrate) and sat at St. Marylebone Magistrates Court for ten years. Acted as Chairman of the Bench.
Holder of various decorations and awards from the UK and overseas.
US Citizenship granted in 1996.
Sas R&D Services Inc. (SASRAD)
Originally formed in the United Kingdom in 1960 to manufacture and sell polycarbonate Riot Shields. Expanded into fields of IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) - EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) - Mine Clearance - UXB (Unexploded Bombs) - Surveillance Equipment - Contraband Detection Equipment and training services.
Hunting Engineering PLC, acting as subcontractors for SASRAD manufactured a Remotely Controlled Robot "HUNTER" designed by SASRAD, which was sold to 20 countries around the World including the USA. Rights to "HUNTER" were eventually sold to Hunting Engineering PLC in 1988, when SASRAD relocated its offices to the United States.
SASRAD endeavors to respond to all communications from its clients as speedily as possible and operates across all time zones to give best possible service.