He was born on December 01 1936 in Dohuk, Iraq. His father Shawil Georgis was from Temar of Van Province of Turkey, his mother from Qochanis village, Turkey.
In 1950, he was graduated from Dohuk Primary School, and in 1953 he graduated from Dohuk High School.
In 1955, he graduated from Pre-College High School, Scientific branch in Kirkuk.
In 1962, he graduated from Royal Medical College as MD (MB-Ch.B.) in Baghdad. The same year, he
graduated from Army Reserve College, Baghdad as 1st Lieutenant.
In February 8, 1963, after Baath Revolution in Iraq he was put behind bars for being active in National Assyrian Activities in Iraq because he was involved in Assyrian life of his community and clubs.
In 1964, he became CO of Aqra Army Hospital in North of Iraq.
He married in 1967 to Wilhelmina Mirza.
In 1968, he became CO of Iraqi Army Hospital in Amman, Jordan.
In 1970, he was CO of Army Hospital in Dohuk, North of Iraq.
In 1972, he had 3 month training in British Army Hospital in London, UK having rank of major.
he graduated from Baghdad Medical College of Baghdad University as specialist in Public Health and Prevention Medicine. (D.PH.)
In 1975, he became general director of Public Health in Iraqi Army until 1989, the same year he was working in the Ministry of Defense with the rank
In 1979, he had training in Bedsaro Democratic Germany Army Hospital (near Berlin) for 2 months.
In 1982, he attended World Conference in Aids in Montreal, Canada representing Iraqi Public Health.
In 1985, he attended World Conference for Water Supply in Kansas city, USA representing
Iraqi Public Health.
In 1989, he had 2 months training in United Kingdom Hospital for Tropical Medicine in Leverpool.
In 1989, he became CO of Iraqi Medical Army Corp #5 being responsible for army hospitals of Mosul, Erbil, Kirkuk & Suleimania. with the rank of major general.
In 1990, he was arrested for 1 month being under the control of Kurdish Militia when they took Erbil Army Barracks.
In 1991, he was retired from Iraqi Army.
In 1992 he moved to Chicago, USA with his wife
three sons: Raymond, Hanz, and Allen.
In 1999, he graduated from Malcolm X College of Chicago, IL with associate degree in Applied Science with Honor.
He is working now as medical consultant in CCP program of Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation. He is lecturer of AUAF and ANCI, of and responsible for the Health Education Program of AUAF radio program.
He is president of Assyrian Aid Society, Chapter President Chicago, Illinois since 2008.