After discharging from active duty in the United States Marine Corps, Paul joined General Electric Medical Systems as a field service engineer in the Boston area. In 1984, Paul left GE and joined a local sales and service company, then subsequently was hired at American Radiographics, Inc. in 1986, where he has been responsible for the development and continuous improvement of the processes for remanufacturing diagnostic imaging equipment to include RF, Portables , C-Arms, CT, and Mammography equipment. Paul was instrumental in the building and selling of ARI to Huestis Medical in 1993, and then again as Huestis was sold in 2006.
Paul is one of the founders of EDI, and is the VP of manufacturing. He is responsible for new product development, maintaining and developing the remanufacturing processes, quality systems, and technical aspects of EDI. Paul is known around the country for his forensic x-ray abilities, and he is critical to the success of EDI. And sometimes he's just plain critical.