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Mel Sembler

Mel SemblerAKA Melvin Floyd Sembler

Born: 10-May-1930
Birthplace: St. Joseph, MO

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Italy, 2001-05

Military service: US Army

With Joseph Zappala, co-founder of Straight, Inc., a drug rehabilitation program for teenagers.

Wife: Betty (three sons)
Son: Steve Sembler
Son: Brent Sembler (b. 1957)
Son: Greg Sembler

    High School: Central High School
    University: BS, Northwestern University (1952)

    US Ambassador to Italy 2001-05
    Republican National Committee Finance Chairman (1997-2000)
    US Ambassador to Australia 1989-93
    American Enterprise Institute Board of Directors
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Cantor for Congress
    Council of American Ambassadors
    Drug Free America Foundation
    Ensign for Senate
    Every Republican is Crucial PAC
    Free and Strong America PAC
    Freedom's Watch
    Friends of Giuliani Exploratory Committee
    Friends of Joe Lieberman
    Friends of Katherine Harris
    Friends of Newt Gingrich
    Friends of Senator D'Amato 1998 Committee
    George W. Bush for President
    Grow PAC
    John McCain 2008
    Keep America Safe
    Libby Legal Defense Trust Chairman, Advisory Committee
    McConnell Senate Committee '14
    Republican Jewish Coalition Honorary Chairman
    Romney for President
    Romney Victory Inc.
    Santorum 2006
    Steele for Maryland
    Tom Delay Congressional Committee
    The Western Way PAC
    George Bush Presidential Library
    Wedding: Charlie Crist and Carole Rome (2008)
    Order of Australia Honorary (Oct-2000)
    Jewish Ancestry


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