He prepared at the Trinity-Pawling School, in Pawling, New York. He was an Adams House resident and member of the Hasty Pudding while at Harvard and received his A.B. with the Class in 1960.
He went on to a career in business as president of his own marketing research firm, Rhodes Research, Inc. For a time during the 1990s he was also director of marketing for a health care consulting firm, CEJKA & Company, in Saint Louis.
The Class has no further information on his career or surviving family; at the time of the Fortieth Anniversary Report he listed two daughters, Suzanne and Gretchen; two sons, John and Christopher; and two grandsons.