Do you live in Greenwich?
Yes, for 52 years -- with an eight-year hiatus to Dallas on business.
Are you married?
Yes, to Carol, for 56 years.
Do you have any children?
Yes, a boy and a girl, and we have two grandchildren, a boy and a girl.
Are you retired?
What did you do when you were working full time?
What did you want to be when you grew up?
A businessman I guess. I'm not sure.
What are your main hobbies and interests?
Golf and travel. To Europe primarily, to South Africa and Southeast Asia.
I am thrilled to have found the Retired Men's Association when we came back here from Texas. That's given me a lot of satisfaction. I've volunteered for them, and the Greenwich Hospital Red Barons Escort Service, the Bruce Museum and for my church, First Congregational.
Are you computer savvy? Do you facebook/blog/twitter?
I'm a very basic computer user and I've never learned to twitter.
Do you have a favorite sport?
Golf. It was fishing but all my fishing buddies have passed away.
Do you have a favorite book?
Jack Higgins mysteries.
Do you have a favorite work of art?
George Romney paintings, primarily English artists.
Do you listen to music?
Popular music, Broadway musicals.
Do you have a favorite piece of music?
Anything by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Do you have a favorite movie?
"An Affair to Remember." I'm somewhat of a romantic.
Do you have a favorite actor or actress?
Probably Cary Grant.
What is a TV show that you watch regularly?
Not any really. I'm sports oriented. We're in bed at nine o'clock at night.
Who do you think was the best President of the United States?
If you could tell the president of the United States one thing, now, what would it be?
Spend more time -- more efficient time -- getting America back to work.
What is your greatest guilty pleasure?
Eating a chocolate sundae when I'm a diabetic.
What is your biggest pet peeve?
Bad drivers who honk their horns.
Do you have any regrets in life?
Not really. I've enjoyed my life with Carol.
What achievements are you most proud of?
Getting the education I have, my success in business, allowing us to enjoy our lives.
Best piece of advice to give to the younger generation?
Get as much education as you possibly can.
What gives you your greatest joy?
Our travel. Seeing new parts of the world.
What are you looking forward to?
More of the same. We are enjoying ourselves very much. Spending more time in New England and various places we love.