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Thomas Edmund Flanagan

Thomas Edmund Flanagan, American government official. Served from Lieutenant (junior grade) to lieutenant commander, United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945.; Member Foreign Service Association, Delta Upsilon.

Background

  • Flanagan, Thomas Edmund was born on August 7, 1907 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Thomas Edmund and Lillian (Butler) Flanagan.

  • Education

    • Student Boston Latin School, Harvard, 1925-1929.

    Career

    • February 11, 1941); 1 daughter, Catherine. Married second, Lois Cooper Holzworth, July 4, 1941. Children—Josephine, Mary, Ellen.

      With New York Sun, 1932-1935, Associate Press, New York, 1935-1938, Washington, 1938-1940, 48-49, London, 1945-1947. Information officer ECA, Paris, 1949-1950, Turkey, 1950-1952. Country public affairs officer United States Information Agency, Turkey, 1952-1953, India, 1953-1956, Indonesia, since 1958, deputy chief planning div., Washington, 1957-1958.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Served from Lieutenant (junior grade) to lieutenant commander, United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945. Member Foreign Service Association, Delta Upsilon.

    Connections

    • Married Lilian Hasbrouk, April.; married second, Lois Cooper Holzworth, July 4, 1941. Children: Josephine, Mary, Ellen.
    • father: Thomas Edmund Flanagan
    • mother: Lillian (Butler) Flanagan
    • spouses: Lilian Hasbrouk
    • Lois Cooper Holzworth
    • children: Josephine Flanagan
    • Mary Flanagan
    • Ellen Flanagan
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    Died June 8, 1963
    (aged 55)
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