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Everett Harrison Groseclose was American editor. Decorated Army Commendation medal. Served with Army of the United States, 1961-1964.


Groseclose, Everett Harrison was born on June 25, 1938 in Childress, Texas, United States. Son of Everett Jackson and Eula Margaret (Snider) Groseclose.


Bachelor in Journalism, Texas Technology University, Lubbock, 1961.


Reporter Wall St. Journal, Dallas and New York City, 1965-1970. Assistant managing editor Cleveland, 1970-1976. Director public affairs Dow Jones & Company, New York City, 1976-1980.

Managing editor Dow Jones News Services, 1980-1988. Executive editor Dow Jones Professional Investor Report, 1988-1992. Director product development Dow Jones Information Services, 1988-1992.

Director international marketing, news and database services Telerate, Inc. subsidiary Dow Jones, 1992-1994. Managing editor Dow Jones Emerging Markets Report, 1994-1997, Servicio Dow Jones Americas, New York City, 1996-1997. Founder Internet Public Group, Inc.

(formerly VertiNews.com, Inc.), 1999—2003, Back-Country Angler, since 2003.


Served with Army of the United States, 1961-1964.


Married Edna Kathryn Hunter, December 24, 1962 (divorced 1986). Children: Kirsten Lee, Megan Margaret. Married Susan Kahne Greer, December 22, 1990.

Everett Jackson Groseclose

Eula Margaret (Snider) Groseclose

Edna Kathryn Hunter

Susan Kahne Greer

Kirsten Lee Groseclose

Megan Margaret Groseclose