Harry McLachlin was born in San Francsico, CA., in 1948 and later moved with his family to Tenalfy, New Jersey, where he graduated in 1965 from high school and was a member of the Math Club and played varsity baseball and bas-ketball. He received a B.A. degree in history in 1969 from Carleton College. He received a J.D. degree from the University of Washington in 1977 and was managing editor of the Washington Law Review. Harry’s service in the U.S. Navy included Sup-ply Officer on the USS Sam Rayburn after at-tending officer candidate school, supply school and submarine school.He began his career in banking and finance law with the law firm of Davis, Wright Todd, Riese & Jones in Seattle, Wash., and later worked for the Algemene Bank Nederland in Amsterdam; the ABN Bank in Chicago; Mitsubishi Capital in New York; and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubish in New York. He retired in 2010. Harry and his wife Marjolein live in Darien and have two adult children. He is a member of the Alliance Francaise of Greenwich, ABC in Darien, the First Congregational Church of Darien and the Darien Book Aid. His interests include travel in France and Europe, reading history, hiking and French culture chansons.