Early places: Martinsburg, West Virgina, 8 September 1952; Rome, London, Cheyenne, Philadelphia, Hagerstown.
Schools: St. Dunstan's, The American School in London, Carey Junior, Roxborough High, South Hagerstown High, Shepherd University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Pennsylvania State University, the University of Alabama in Huntsville, University of Utah, Clemson University, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Arizona State University.
Jobs: janitor, lifeguard, short-order cook, political activist, professional musician, psychologist's assistant, waiter, account executive, college professor and department chair/head/director, U. S. Department of State International Speaker, communication consultant to various U.S. government agencies on counterterrorism and public diplomacy.
Favorites: three or four of my closest friends; blue; literary mystery and espionage novels; traveling without an agenda; sports cars; Golden Retrievers; Italian, Cajun, South Asian, or Southwestern American; Samuel Adams or Fat Tire; any decent red wine; any Islay single malt over the age of 16.
Current status: fortunate husband to Sandra Goodall, proud father of Nicolas Saylor Goodall.