AB, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, 1935. George Christian fellow, Harvard University, 1938. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1938.
Social Science Research Council fellow, Harvard University, 1946. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1947. Doctor of Laws, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, 1957.
Doctor of Laws, Bryant College, 1958. Doctor of Laws, Muhlenberg College, 1959. Doctor of Laws, Gettysburg College, 1960.
Doctor of Humane Letters, Pace College, 1969. Degree (honorary), Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia. Degree (honorary), Yale University, 1978.
Assistant dean men, coach forensics Concordia College, 1935-1936. Budget examiner Office Commissioner Budget, State of Minnesota, 1938. Instructor economics Harvard University, 1938-1940.
Senior statistician Federal Reserve Bank New York, summer 1939. Instructor economics Princeton University, 1940-1942. Chief division research and statistics New York State Banking Department, 1947-1950.
Editor Trend editorial Business Week Magazine, assistant chairman executive committee McGraw-Hill Public Company, Inc., 1950-1952. Research director Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-1952. Research director personal campaign staff Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952.
Administrative assistant for economic affairs to President of the United States, 1953-1956, special assistant, 1956-1958. Chairman finance committee Manufacturers Trust Company (merged with Hanover Bank 1961), New York City, 1958-1961, also director. Vice chairman Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, 1961-1963, president, 1963-1971, chairman board, 1971-1979, also director.
Board directors New York Life Insurance Company, Amax Incorporated, New York York Telephone Сompany, Discount Corporation New York, Brooklyn Union Gas Company, Chrysler Corporation, Royal Dutch Petroleum, SAS, Inc., American Home Products Corporation.
Member county Harvard Foundation Advanced Study and Research, 1959-1964. Visiting committee Harvard Center for International Affairs, 1964-1970. Board directors Committee Economics Development.
Trustee Juilliard Museum Foundation, 1963-1979. Member public policy committee Advertising Council, 1964-1973. Served from ensign to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946.
Lieutenant commander Reserve. Member Council Foreign Relations New York City, Association Reserve City Bankers, Pilgrims United States, American Economics Association, American Bankers Association (economics policy committee), United States Naval Institute, New York Young Republican Club, Economics Club, University Club, Links Club, Century assosiation, New York Athletic, Metropolitan Club.
Son of Soren Gabrielson and Anna B. (Thompson) H. M. Helen Lansdowne Resor, November 6, 1948. Children: Ann Bayliss, Stephen Burnet and John Resor (twins), Barbara Thompson, Susan Lansdowne, Elizabeth Larsen, Caroline Clark.