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Richard N. Viets

AKA Richard Noyes Viets

Born: 10-Nov-1930
Birthplace: Burlington, VT

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Jordan, 1981-84

Military service: US Army (1950-52)

Wife: Marina Woroniecka Viets (d. 25-Sep-1989 lymphoma)
Daughter: Alexandra
Daughter: Katrina
Daughter: Marynka
Son: Mark Grabowski (stepson)
Wife: Dorette Fleischman

    University: BA, University of Vermont (1955)
    University: Harvard University
    University: Georgetown University
    University: American University
    Administrator: Trustee, Georgetown University
    Administrator: Trustee, Lord Fairfax Community College (2000-03)

    US Ambassador to Jordan (1981-84)
    US Ambassador to Tanzania (1979-81)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Tel Aviv (1977-79)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Bucharest (1974-77)
    US State Department Director, Executive Secretariat (1973-74)
    US State Department International Relations Officer (1972-73)
    US State Department Special Assistant to the Ambassador, New Delhi (1962-72)
    US State Department Political and Economic Officer, New Delhi (1967-69)
    US State Department Commercial Officer, Madras (1965-67)
    US State Department Commercial Officer, Tokyo (1962-65)
    Mobil (1960-62)
    US Commerce Department Assistant Exhibit Manager (1957-60)
    US Official International Communication Agency:(1955-57)
    Bank of America Los Angeles (1955)
    American Academy of Diplomacy
    Council on Foreign Relations
    McCain 2000


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