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US Ambassador to Yemen

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US Ambassador to Yemen. Compare US Ambassador to South Yemen.

30-Sep-1946
21-Jul-1950
J. Rives Childs Resident at Saudi Arabia
22-Jul-1951
08-Jul-1953
Raymond A. Hare Resident at Saudi Arabia
13-Sep-1954
01-Jan-1958
George Wadsworth Resident at Saudi Arabia
27-Nov-1957
05-Mar-1959
Donald R. Heath Resident at Saudi Arabia
11-Mar-1959
18-Dec-1959
Raymond A. Hare Resident at Saudi Arabia
Mar-1959
 
Charles B. Ferguson Interim; Established legation 16-Mar-1959
28-Apr-1960
06-May-1961
G. Frederick Reinhardt Resident at Cairo
01-Oct-1961
27-Sep-1962
Parker T. Hart Resident at Saudi Arabia
Sep-1962
Feb-1963
Robert Stookey Interim
Feb-1963
Aug-1964
James N. Cortada Interim
Aug-1964
Aug-1966
Harlan B. Clark Interim
Aug-1966
Jun-1967
Lee F. Dinsmore Yemen severs relations with the US 7-Jun-1967
Apr-1970
Feb-1972
David W. McClintock Interim
Feb-1972
Dec-1972
Robert A. Stein Interim; Embassy reestablished 1-Jul-1972
19-Dec-1972
06-Jul-1974
William R. Crawford, Jr.  
21-Jan-1975
24-Apr-1978
Thomas J. Scotes  
05-Oct-1978
04-Jul-1981
George M. Lane  
24-Oct-1981
20-Jun-1984
David E. Zweifel  
28-Oct-1984
04-Jul-1987
William A. Rugh  
Jul-1987
Aug-1988
Theodore H. Kattouf Interim
14-Aug-1988
13-Jun-1991
Charles F. Dunbar  
19-Oct-1991
07-Nov-1994
Arthur Hayden Hughes  
08-Jan-1995
16-Dec-1997
David G. Newton  
07-Nov-1997
30-Aug-2001
Barbara Bodine  
01-Oct-2001
13-Mar-2004
Edmund J. Hull  
30-Jul-2004
04-Jul-2007
Thomas C. Krajeski  
24-Aug-2007
present
Stephen A. Seche  



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