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Joseph Verner Reed

Joseph Verner ReedAKA Joseph Verner Reed, Jr.

Born: 17-Dec-1937
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 29-Sep-2016
Location of death: Greenwich, CT
Cause of death: unspecified

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Morocco, 1981-85

Served as Chief of Protocol under George H.W. Bush. Reed's parents were friends of Bush's parents, Dorothy and Sen. Prescott Bush.

Brought Martha Stewart and Ken Starr to the 1999 Alfalfa Club dinner. Brought Katherine Harris in 2001.

Father: Joseph Verner Reed (d.. Nov-1973)
Mother: Permelia Pryor
Brother: Nathaniel Reed
Wife: Marie Byers (m. 1959)
Daughter: Serena Kusserow
Daughter: Electra

    High School: Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA
    University: BA, Yale University (1961)

    UN Official Under-Secretary-General & Special Adviser (2005-)
    UN Official Under-Secretary-General & President, Staff-Management Coordination Committee (1997-2004)
    UN Official Under-Secretary-General & Special Representative for Public Affairs (1992-97)
    US Chief of Protocol (1989-91)
    UN Official Under-Secretary-General for Political & General Assembly Affairs (1987-89)
    UN Official US Representative, UN Economic and Social Council (1985-87)
    US Ambassador to Morocco (1981-85)
    Chase Manhattan Bank VP and Executive Asst. to Chairman David Rockefeller (1969-81)
    Chase Manhattan Bank Assistant to the Director (1963-68)
    World Bank Private Secretary to the President (1961-63)
    Alfalfa Club 1989
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Council of American Ambassadors Vice Chair, Board of Directors
    George W. Bush for President
    World Bank
    Korea Society Board of Directors
    Jupiter Island

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