Bachelor of Science, Boston University, 1952. Master of Science, Boston State College, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Johnson Wales University, 1994.
Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Providence College, 1996. Doctorate (honorary), New England Technology. Doctorate (honorary), Roger Williams University.
Doctorate (honorary), Rhode Island College. Doctorate (honorary), Salve Regina University. Doctorate (honorary), University Rhode Island.
Teacher, public schools, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1956-1957; founder, English School, Bangkok, Thailand, 1965; writer syndicated column, The Treasure Chest, 1968-1985; writer syndicated feature, My America, 1971-1985. Lecturer in field; originator Citizenship Center, Rhode Island International Institute, since 1996.
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Founder World Hunger Center, Brown University, Youth World Hunger Brigade, 1991, supports numerous food pantries and soup kitchens throughout United States. Chairman Cranston Crime Stoppers, since 1982. Founder Institute of Public Service at Providence College.
Established public service programs in numerous public and private high schools and elementary schools, Rhode Island and in over 500 elementary schools nationwide. Founder Louis Feinstein-Horatio Alger Humanitarian Award, Enriching American Program, 1996, Lillian Feinstein Child Care and Child Development Center, Lillian Feinstein Literacy Center, Louis Feinstein Legal Services Center at Roger Williams University, scholarship fund to memorialize people whose lives are tragically cut short. Chairman Rhode Islanders for Hunger Free State, 1997.
Married Pratarnporn Chiemwichit, June 2, 1963. Children— Ari Jason, Richard Justin, Leila Jane.