Bachelor, University of Michigan, 1960; Bachelor of Laws, Georgetown University, 1964.
Staff member, Democratic National Committee, Washington, 1964; attorney, United States Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, Washington, 1964-1966; attorney, Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, 1966-1967; counsel, Seaboard Planning Corporation, Beverly Hills, California, 1967-1972; president, Seaboard Planning Corporation, Beverly Hills, California, 1970-1972; vice president, Seaboard Corporation, Beverly Hills, 1970-1972; secretary, B.C. Morton Realty Trust, 1967-1971; with, Arlington Investments Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1979-1986; founder, The Quincey Group, 1986; owner, president, Armstrong Kitchens, San Francisco, 1988-1990; senior vice president, AFC American Housing Corporation, Los Angeles, California, 1991-1997; managing director, Hollingsworth & Lord, Los Angeles, since 1997. Board director Competitive Capital Fund, Income Fund Boston, Inc., Admiralty Fund.
Married Rebecca R. Fuchs, March 23, 1974. 1 stepchild, Ian Carlton Murray. Children: Matthew Craig, Deborah Risman Kyle, Jared Evan.