Student, Swarthmore College, 1939—1941. Bachelor with honors, University Rochester, 1943. Master of Fine Arts in Ceramics, Antioch College, 1972.
Science reporter, technical editor, Tennessee Eastman Corporation, Oak Ridge, 1943-1946; chief Technology Information Center, Carbide & Carbon Chemical Corporation, Oak Ridge, 1946-1951; technical editor physics division, Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1954-1955; technical library, Rand Corporation, Washington, 1955-1957; ceramist, Janeware, Santa Monica, 1953-1955; president, building founder, Oak Ridge Community Art Center, 1963-1966; ceramic teacher, Oak Ridge Community Art Center, 1965-1969; ceramic teacher Institute Learning in Retirement, American U., Washington, 1985-1988, 94.
Commissioner Cable television Commission, Montgomery County, Rockville, Maryland, 1989-1990. Member Indiana Agency Women (president 1964-1965), Kiln Club Washington (1st prize annual show 1993), Achievement Rewards College of Science, Inc. (vice president 1980-1981), Artists Equity, International Sculpture Center, Bethesda Ceramic Guild (1st prize annual show 1994, 95), Cosmos Club Washington, Phi Beta Kappa.
Married Clarence Ernest Larson, April 21, 1957. Children: Lawrence Ernest, Lance Stafford, Robert Edward.