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Graydon DeCamp

journalist

Graydon DeCamp, American journalist.

Background

DeCamp, Graydon was born on February 6, 1934 in Cincinnati.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1956.

Career

Teacher English Eaglebrook School, Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1956-1957. Reporter, columnist Cincinnati Post, 1960-1968, city editor, 1969-1970. Politics editor Cincinnati Enquirer, 1970-1974, assistant city editor, 1975.

Editor Enquirer magazine, Cincinnati, 1976-1981. Freelance writer.; senior editor Traverse magazine, Prism Publications, Traverse City, Michigan, 1989-1994. Public, editor Bayshore Books, Elk Rapids, since 1994.

Adjunct faculty College Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, 1983-1989.

Works

  • Author: Blue and Gold: The Annapolis Story, 1975, The Grand Old Lady of Vine Street: A History of the Cincinnati Enquirer, 1991. Editor: 100 Years at Mackinac, 1995, (with Sherill DeCamp) The Connoisseur Up North, A Food-Lover's Guide to Northern Michigan, 1996.

Membership

Member of advisory board Hoxworth Blood Center, Cincinnati, 1981-1988, chairman, 1986-1988. Board of directors Better Housing League, Cincinnati, 1983-1986, Joy Outdoor Education Center, Cincinnati, 1984-1989. Co-chairman Cincinnati Housing Partnership, 1983-1985.

Trustee Asgard/Goodwill, Traverse City, 1990-1992. Member board directors Traverse Symphony Orchestra, Traverse City, Michigan, since 1991, president, 1994-1995. Member Society Professional Journalists (president chapter 1974, director 1975) M C.

Connections

Son of James Milton and Anne Hetherington (Graydon) december. Married Diane Johnson, August 18, 1956 (divorced September 6, 1988). 1 child, James Douglass.

Married Sherrill Snooks, April 20, 1991.

father:
James Milton DeCamp

mother:
Anne Hetherington (Graydon) DeCamp

spouses:
Diane Johnson

Sherrill Snooks

child:
James Douglass DeCamp