Paul C. Richardson Jr. (Chuck) was born in 1938 in Philadelphia, PA. and grew up in Darien.  He graduated from The Lawrenceville School in 1956, where he was active in varsity tennis and cross country, the Herodotus Club, band, the Press Club, The Lawrence sports editor and the French Club. Chuck received a B.A. degree in history from Dartmouth College in 1960 and was active in the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, squash and tennis.  Upon graduating, he was commissioned in the Marines, where he served in the United States and the Far East.  Upon his discharge in 1963, he joined Owens Corning in Denver in sales. In 1965, he joined Dancer, Fitzgerald, and Sample in New York as an account executive.  He subsequently worked with two other advertising firms; Ted Bates & Co. in New York as an account executive and J. Walter Thompson as account executive and vice president. In 1973 he joined Boyden International, an executive search firm, rising to senior vice president and manager of the Stamford office and served two terms on the board of directors. He went on to join Korn Ferry International in 1992, another executive search firm, advancing to senior client partner and practice leader for the Legal Specialist Group.  He retired in 2004. Chuck and his wife, Mary, live in New Canaan.  They have two children and four grandchildren. Chuck and Mary belong to the Wee Burn Country Club, where Chuck was a director.  He was also a past member of the board of directors of the Association of Executive Search Consultants. In his spare time, Chuck enjoys golf, mission programs at Noroton Presbyterian Church, and long distance running.  He has completed many marathons including Boston, London and New York. Sponsored by Pete Scull