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Richard W. Erdman

Richard W. ErdmanAKA Richard Winn Erdman

Born: 1945
Birthplace: Oak Park, IL

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Algeria, 2003-06

Father: George L. Erdman (d.)
Mother: Anne Y. Erdman (d.)
Brother: Robert L. Erdman
Brother: David L. Erdman
Brother: John P. Erdman
Wife: (m., one son, one daughter)
Daughter: Sarah
Son: Matthew

    University: BA History, Princeton University (1967, magna cum laude)
    University: MA, School of Advanced International Studies

    US Ambassador to Algeria (2003-06)
    US State Department Director for Jordan, Lebanon, & Syria, Near Eastern Bureau (2000-02)
    US State Department Special Envoy and Director, Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group (1998-2000)
    US State Department Political Counselor, Tel Aviv, Israel (1995-98)
    US State Department Deputy Director, International Border Monitoring Mission, Serbia (1993-94)
    US State Department Deputy Director for Eastern Europe (1993-94)
    US State Department Deputy Director for Northern Europe (1991-93)
    US State Department Political-Military Affairs Advisor, Lisbon, Portugal (1985-89)
    US State Department Senior Watch Officer, Operations Center (1982-83)
    US State Department Spain Desk Officer (1983-85)
    US State Department Political Officer, Belgrade, Yugoslavia (1978-81)
    US State Department Political Officer, Nicosia, Cyprus (1975-77)
    US State Department Cyprus Desk Officer (1973-75)
    US State Department Consular Officer, Izmir, Turkey (1971-73)
    Peace Corps Turkey (1967-69)


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