John M. Randolph was born in London, England in 1926 and attended Cheltenham College before moving to the U.S. in 1940. He continued his education at Phillips Andover Academy and served in the US Army for two years before graduating with a B.S. from MIT. Among many achievements in his diverse career, John was a pioneer in the computer leasing business as founder and CEO of Randolph Computer. He also served on the Board of several companies, including Genessee & Wyoming for 17 years. In 1980 he obtained an M.A. in humanities from Manhattanville College. John and Kathleen, a psychologist and his wife of 57 years, now live in Scottsdale, AZ. They have two children, Emily, an author, and J. Whitney, an emergency medicine physician. Edward B. Randolph, born in London, England in 1922, was educated at Harrow and Oxford University before immigrating to the U.S. in 1940. After continuing his education at Harvard, he served in the Canadian Army during WWII. When he returned to the U.S., he became a stockbroker in NYC. Later, he moved to California where he studied acting. He appeared in several films and in the TV series Magnum P.I. and Murder She Wrote. Edward was an avid traveler, bon vivant and musician and surfed well past his 80th birthday. He passed away in Scottsdale, AZ on July 30, 2004.