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consultant , outdoor writer

Samuel Fulton Carr, American outdoor writer, consultant.


Carr, Samuel Fulton was born on September 3, 1934 in Arlington, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Augustus Junior and Margaret Catherine (Coughlin) Carr.


Bachelor of Science, Boston College, 1957. Master of Business Administration, Rollins College, 1968.


Intelligence officer, United States Navy, Washington, 1957-1978;English and business teacher, N.H. College, Brunswick, Maine., 1976-1978;engineering writer, Sperry Corporation, Newport, Rhode Island, 1978-1983;principal scientist, ORI, Inc., Newport, Rhode Island, 1983-1988;outdoor editor, Newport Daily News, since 1984;director operations, Systems Integration and Research, Newport, 1988-1990;freelance outdoor writer, Tiverton, Rhode Island, since 1986. Technical writer, consultant, Tiverton, since 1990. Environmental speaker, lecturer, Tiverton, since 1984.


  • Other Work

    • Writer, editor weekly newspaper column on outdoor and conservation interests. Contributor articles to professional publications.


Member Governor's Advisory Committee on Environmental Matters, Providence, since 1987, Rhode Island Fin Fish Committee, Wakefield, since 1985, Harbor Planning and Management Commission, Tiverton, since 1988. Member Society Logistics Engineers (chairman 1988-1990), New England Outdoor Writers Association, Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association (treasurer 1979-1982), Massachusetts Lobsterman's Association, Retired Officers Association, Outdoor Writers Association American, Marshfield Massachusetts Rod and Gun Club (life honorary).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hunting, fishing, camping, boating, commercial lobstering.


Married Ann Elizabeth Jones, September 7, 1957. Children: Margaret, Elizabeth, Catherine, Charlotte, Patricia.

John Augustus Carr Junior

Margaret Catherine (Coughlin) Carr

Ann Elizabeth Jones

Margaret Carr

Elizabeth Carr

Catherine Carr

Charlotte Carr

Patricia Carr