Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth College, 1941; postgraduate, U. Stockholm, 1946-1947.
Reporter, Washington Post, 1941-1943; assistant managing editor, The Nation, New York City, 1945-1946; freelance correspondent, Stockholm, 1946-1947; assistant managing editor, The Reporter, Washington, 1948; staff editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance (formerly Changing Times), Washington, 1948-1951; assistant managing editor, Changing Times, Washington, 1951-1958; managing editor, Changing Times, Washington, 1958-1964; editor, Changing Times, Washington, 1964-1974; associate public, Changing Times, Washington, 1975-1979; director, Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc., 1965-1980.
Board directors District of Columbia Heart Association, 1964-1968, Council for Family Financial Education, 1969-1972. Governor District of Columbia Amateur Athletic Association, 1962-1964. Trustee Connecticut River Foundation, Essex Library.
Association Served with United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1943-1945. Member of Black Hall (Old Lyme, Connecticut). Dartmouth of Southeastern Conn.
Married Barbara Ann Landon, September 3, 1941. Children: Michael L., Martha E., Sara M.