Richard Lord

Profile Updated: January 28, 2021
Residing In Bushwood, MD USA
Spouse/Partner Nancy Lord Zearfoss, Ph.D.
Occupation Employment - Retired Federal Employee: Education - MPA, BYU, Romney Institute of Public Service and Ethics
Children Elizabeth Lord, BFA, University Graphic Artist & Designer
Elicia Lord, BFA, MFA, Supervisor of Costumes More…for Women Soloists, Metropolitan Opera (Met), NYC
Military Service Was an anti-war and civil rights activist
Yes! Attending Reunion

ANNOUNCEMENT 11-28-21: My socio/political novel, BoonDOGgle, is now published in hardback w/dust jacket, paperback, and Ebook available from every bookseller including on-line with Amazon and Kindle, Target, Walmart, Barnes and Noble, etc. The basic sroryline is we humans kill ourselves off through war, racial injustice, pandemic, and governemnt ineptitude and malfeasance and Dogs now rule the world (Trump gets a well-deserved cumeuppance). Newton North gets a postive mention in the book. My daughter Elizabeth, Art Director for the Utah State University Magazene, crafted the cover and artwork. You may see the cover and read more about it at and more about me at

School Story

Starting player on the football team and in college the price being two total knee replacements - Friend of Mike Barr who lives down my way

Richard's Latest Interactions

Richard Lord has left an In Memory comment for Mark (Mickey) Burlingame.
Apr 28, 2015 at 4:33 PM

Mickey was one one my very good friends - We both were starters on the football team - If you called him by one of his names he did not like, he would playfully chase yuou around in protest - Loved the guy

Richard Lord added a photo to his profile gallery.
Mar 26, 2015 at 10:24 PM
Richard Lord has left an In Memory comment for Elizabeth(Betsy) Reilly.
Sep 21, 2014 at 8:33 PM

I had a crush on Betsy since junior high - Too shy and star struck with her to appraoch her - She was this beaitful red headed freckeld doll to me with a great smile and laugh - Sometimes I saw that I caught her eye that I glimpsed with a fond twinkle, but I felt she was beyond reach - She was my first infatuation - I was so sad when I heard of her death - I got over the shyness thing, but when ever I think of her, a bit of theat teen age shyness returns in my thoughts of her

Richard Lord has left an In Memory comment for Glenn Hart.
Sep 21, 2014 at 8:33 PM

Glenn and I were on the football team and great friends. We once did a halloween prank that I will not go into. You may not know that Glenn went on in life to be a champion black belt with his own marshall arts enterprise, but he was first and formost a gentle and kind soul. Was he not at the 40th? That was the last time I saw him. Anyone know the cause of death? He is one of several of my friends from football to die - He and Mike Fox, Peter Anderton, Mickey Burlingame, and others - fond memories of them all.

Posted: Mar 26, 2015 at 10:24 PM