Frederick Vreeland

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Frederick Vreeland
United States Ambassador to Morocco
In office
May 7, 1992 – March 1, 1993
PresidentGeorge H. W. Bush
Preceded byMichael Ussery
Succeeded byMarc Ginsberg
Vice President of John Cabot University
In office
1989–1991
Personal details
Born (1927-06-24) June 24, 1927 (age 91)
Danbury, Connecticut, United States
Political partyRepublican [1]
Spouse(s)Vanessa Vreeland
ChildrenNicholas Vreeland
ParentsDiana Vreeland
Alma materYale University (BA)
Military service
Allegiance United States
Branch/service United States Navy (Reserve)
Years of service1945–1947

Frederick Dalziel Vreeland (born June 24, 1927) is an American diplomat and writer. He is the son of fashion editor Diana Vreeland (1903–1989) and the banker Thomas Reed Vreeland (1899–1966).[2]

Career[edit]

He was nominated in 1990 as United States Ambassador to Burma, however his nomination was not acted upon by the United States Senate. He instead served as ambassador to Morocco. From 1951-1985, Vreeland served as an Operations Officer with the Central Intelligence Agency. During that time, Vreeland had the following bona fide foreign service diplomatic assignments: Political Officer, Rome (1978–1985); Political Officer, Paris (1971–1978); Political Officer, US Mission to the United Nations (1967–1971); Economic Officer, Rabat (1963–1967); Member, National Security Council, The White House (1963); Political Officer, Bonn (1960–1963); Economic Officer, Berlin (1957–1960); and, Economic Officer, US Mission to the UN European Office (1952–1957).[3]

Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Michael Ussery
U.S. Ambassador to Morocco
May 7, 1992 – March 1, 1993
Succeeded by
Marc Ginsberg

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