William R. Timken
|William Robert Timken, Jr.|
|30th United States Ambassador to Germany|
September 2, 2005 – December 5, 2008
|President||George W. Bush|
|Preceded by||Dan Coats|
|Succeeded by||Philip D. Murphy|
|Born||1938 (age 78–79)|
|Alma mater||Phillips Academy, Stanford University, Harvard Business School|
William Robert Timken, Jr. (born 1938) is an American industrialist and businessman and former ambassador. He served as the U.S. Ambassador to Germany in the 2005–2008 timespan. He has served at The Timken Company (which his great-grandfather Henry Timken founded) as Chairman of the Board of Directors, President and CEO. Timken has been chairman of Securities Investor Protection Corporation, National Association of Manufacturers, The Manufacturing Institute and the Ohio Business Roundtable. He also served on the Advisory Council of the Stanford University School of Business and the U.S.-Japan Business Council.
Timken is an honorary citizen of Colmar, France. He attended Phillips Academy, received his bachelor's degree from Stanford University and has an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is married with 6 children. He was recipient of the Gold Medallion Award from the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 2009.
- "William R. Timken Jr.". Council of American Ambassadors. Retrieved 2016-03-04.
- "Gold Medallion - 2009 Ambassador William Robert "Tim"Timken, Jr. (USA)". International Swimming Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2016-03-04.
- "Ambassador Timken's Journey to His German Roots". United States Diplomatic Mission to Germany. 2006-07-07. Retrieved 2008-10-29.
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