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R. Robert Lucas

R. Robert Lucas, American finance engineer, corporate tax planner. Recipient Legion of Honor award Chapel of Four Chaplains, 1976, Cross of St. Andrew, Greek Army, 1960.


  • Lucas, R. Robert was born on February 18, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Joseph Raphael and Gertrude (Greene) Lucas.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, New School, Edinburgh University, 1966. Student, American Institute of Technology, Charleston, South Carolina, 1967.


    • Aide to Hubert Humphrey United States Senate, Washington, 1951-1957. Liaison to Central Intelligence Agency United States Air Force, Bolling Field, Washington, 1957-1961. Tax executive Tri-State Institute, Washington, 1961-1963.

      Chief Executive Officer Lucas, McDurkin, Edinburgh, 1968-1970. Vice president tax accounts Cowan, Hardy, McDurkin, Denver, 1970-1985. Chairman board Edifice Complex, Charleston, 1985.

      Manager Lucas Kindred Fund, 2001, Edifice Global Investment Mutual Fund, 2002. President Nianque Private International Banking Group, 2002.


    Member district committees Boy Scouts American, Washington and Colorado, 44 years. Advisor International Center for Law, United Nations Plz., since 1975, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Washington, since 1984, Cross Current International Institute, Sidney, Ohio, 1990. Recruiter Rocky Mountain Technology Institute, since 1961.

    Member World Future Society, American Astronomy Association, Boatowners Unlimited.



    Sailing, camping, cooking, astronomy, archeology.


    • Married Patricia Dwight, October 12, 1954. Children: Spencer, Bonnie.
    • father: Joseph Raphael Lucas
    • mother: Gertrude (Greene) Lucas
    • spouse: Patricia Dwight
    • children: Spencer Lucas
    • Bonnie Lucas
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    • 1966
      New School
    • 1967
      American Institute of Technology
    • 1951 - 1957
      Aide to Hubert Humphrey United States Senate
      Washington, United States
    • 1957 - 1961
      liaison to Central Intelligence Agency United States Air Force
      Washington, United States
    • 1961 - 1963
      tax executive, Tri-State Institute
      Washington, United States
    • 1968 - 1970
      Chief Executive Officer, Lucas
      Edinburgh, Indiana, United States
    • 1970 - 1985
      vice president, tax accounts Cowan
      Hardy, Virginia, United States
    • 1985
      chairman, board Edifice Complex
      Charleston, South Carolina, United States
    • 2001
      manager, Lucas Kindred Fund
    • 2002
      manager, Lucas Kindred Fund
    • 2002
      president, Nianque Private International Banking Group
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