Phillip V. Sanchez

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Phillip Sánchez
United States Ambassador to Honduras
In office
June 15, 1973 – July 17, 1976
President Richard Nixon
Preceded by Hewson A. Ryan
Succeeded by Ralph Elihu Becker
United States Ambassador to Colombia
In office
September 2, 1976 – April 5, 1977
President Gerald Ford
Preceded by Viron P. Vaky
Succeeded by Diego C. Asencio
Personal details
Born (1929-07-28) July 28, 1929 (age 87)[1]
Pinedale, California
Spouse(s) Juanita
Profession Diplomat

Phillip Victor Sánchez (born July 28, 1929) is an American diplomat and former United States Ambassador to Honduras under President Richard Nixon and former United States Ambassador to Colombia under President Gerald Ford. Since 1987 he has been the publisher of the newspaper Noticias del Mundo.[2] He became the President of CAUSA USA.[3] He is on the Advisory Board of the University of Bridgeport.[4]

He received a Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1975.[5]


  1. ^ United States. Dept. of State (1976). Press Releases. Retrieved 2014-10-11. 
  2. ^ Introduction by Ambassador Phillip Victor Sanchez, to Truth Is My Sword Volume I - Collected Speeches in the Public Arena, by Bo Hi Pak
  3. ^ "CAUSA | The Downfall of Communism | Give and Forget". Retrieved 2015-01-12. 
  4. ^ Advisory Board
  5. ^ AASCU, DAA List of Recipients

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