Peter Lucas Biography
Peter Lucas is a doyen American journalist currently working at Lowell Sun in Westford, Massachusetts as Syndicated Political Columnist since January 2010. Before that, Peter spent 28 years working at Boston Herald and Boston Globe as a Political columnist and political reporter. Moreover, Peter has authored five books like Poetic Balance, The OSS in World War II Albania, Balanced Journaling, Trillions along with Joe Ballay and Mickey McManus, Balkan Caesar, and Rumpalla.
Peter Lucas Age
Peter Lucas was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the United States of America. He is around 88 years old, although the details in regard to his exact age are currently unavailable.
Peter Lucas Height
Peter is a man of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall (Approx 1.71 m).
Peter Lucas Family
Peter was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the United States of America to his loving and caring parents Andromarche and Andon, who migrated from Korca, Albania in the 1900s. Peter was brought up together with Dan and Louis.
Peter Lucas Education
He graduated with his high school diploma from Somerville High School in 1952. He later joined the U.S Army in 1954. Moreover, Peter attended Boston University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature graduating in the year 1960.
Peter Lucas Wife
Peter is presently single. Before, he was married to his loving wife whose name remains an enigma. Unfortunately, his wife passed on in 2012 and they resided in Somerville for a while, and later in Lexington for a long period. Peter stays in Westford in order to be near to his children as well as grandchildren.
Peter Lucas Salary
He earns a satisfying salary of $56,800 annually. This is in accordance with Lowell Sun Syndicated Political Columnists’ salaries.
Peter Lucas’s Net Worth
Peter Lucas has piled up a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of around $1 million – $5 million.
Peter Lucas Career
He launched his journalism career as a political reporter at Boston Herald. Later on, he served as a bureau chief and columnist for two and half decades. He covered Central America, Cuba, the Vietnam war, Northern Ireland, and the Balkans events. Furthermore, Peter also reported on several national and state political campaigns, such as the riots at the 1968 Chicago Democrat convention.
He also worked for two years at Boston Globe between two stints at the Herald. Peter went to Lowell Sun in January 2010, as a writer for a syndicated political column about state and national politics as well as government. Moreover, Peter was the first American reporter allowed into then Stalinist-controlled Albania in three decades.