Bachelor, Princeton University, 1944.
English teacher, Gilman School, Baltimore, 1946-1948; sales and promotions, Time Magazine, New York City, 1948-1950; from advertising sales to marketing director, Fortune Magazine, New York City, 1951-1968; venture capital, Capital Structures, Inc., White Plains, New York, 1968-1974; managing consultant, Motor Boating & Sailing Magazine, New York City, 1975-1977; vice president advertising sales, American Heritage Publication Company. New York City, 1977-1979; publication, Nautical Quarterly, Essex, Connecticut, 1980-1990; president, publication, Nantucket (Massachusetts) Journal Inc., since 1991.
Trustee Greenwich (Connecticut) Academy, 1970-1973, Mystic (Connecticut) Seaport Museum, since 1985. Served to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1944-1946. Member New York Yacht Club, Cruising Club American, Storm Trysail Club, Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Nantucket Yacht Club (past commodore).
Married Jean Campbell, May 13, 1944. Children: Jeffrey C., Donald S., David S., Olivia S. Lovelace Kubie.