Milan D. Bish

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Milan D. Bish (1929–2001) was an American diplomat. He was Ambassador of the United States to Barbados, Dominica, St Lucia, Antigua, and St. Vincent,[1] as well as Special Representative to St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla from 1981 to 1984, under Ronald Reagan.[2]

Biography[edit]

Milan D. Bish was born in Harvard, Nebraska on July 1, 1929.[3] He received a B.A. from Hastings College in 1950.[3] He was President of Mid-Continent Enterprises, a real-estate company, and Bish Machinery Co., Bish and Son Cattle Co., and a highway commissioner for Nebraska.[3] He then joined the Ronald Reagan transition team for the U.S. Department of the Interior before being appointed as Ambassador to Barbados, Dominica, Saint Lucia, Antigua, Saint Vincent,[1] and Special Representative to St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b U.S. Department of State
  2. ^ Elmer Plische, U.S.Department of State: A Reference History, Greenwood Press, 1990, p. 638 [1]
  3. ^ a b c Reagan appointee
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Sally Shelton-Colby
United States Ambassador to Barbados
November 23, 1981-March 4, 1984
Succeeded by
Thomas H. Anderson, Jr.
Preceded by
Sally Shelton-Colby
United States Ambassador to Dominica
1981-1984
Succeeded by
Thomas H. Anderson, Jr.
Preceded by
Sally Shelton-Colby
United States Ambassador to Saint Lucia
1981-1984
Succeeded by
Thomas H. Anderson, Jr.
Preceded by
Sally Shelton-Colby
United States Ambassador to Antigua
1981-1984
Succeeded by
Thomas H. Anderson, Jr.
Preceded by
Sally Shelton-Colby
United States Ambassador to St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla
1981-1984
Succeeded by
Thomas H. Anderson, Jr.
Preceded by
Sally Shelton-Colby
United States Ambassador to St. Vincent
1981-1984
Succeeded by
Thomas H. Anderson, Jr.