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Robert Edward Hampton

Robert Edward Hampton was American chemical company executive. Named Young Republican of Year, 1960; recipient Silver Helmet award Amvets, 1970; Stockberger award Society for Personnel Administration, 1971; Executive Government award Opportunities Industrialization Centers, 1972; Merit award Federal Administrative Law Judges Conference, 1974.

Background

  • Hampton, Robert Edward was born on September 21, 1922 in Chattanooga. Son of Charles Alfred and Mary Lee (Plemons) Hampton.

  • Education

    • Student, University Tennessee, 1948. Bachelor in Business Adminstrn, University Tennessee, Chattanooga, 1949.

    Career

    • Principal Blackfox School, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1949-1950. Vice consul Munich, Germany, 1950-1952. Foreign affairs officer executive secretariat State Department, 1952-1953, staff assistant to secretary state, 1953-1955.

      Assistant deputy manpower, personnel and organization Department Air Force, 1955-1957. Special assistant to undersecretary for administration State Department, 1957-1958. Special assistant for personnel The White House, 1958-1961.

      Commissioner Civil Service Commission, 1961-1969, chairman, 1969-1977. Director public affairs ICI Americas, Wilmington, Delaware, 1977-1979, general manager public affairs, 1979-1985. Retired, 1985

      Member Board Foreign Service, 1969.

      Chairman Federal Labor Relations Council, 1970-1977. Member President's Commission on White House Fellowships, 1969-1977, President's Commission Employment Handicapped, 1969-1977, President's Economic Adjustment Committee, 1973-1977, International Civil Service Commission, 1970-1977. Member general administration board Department Agriculture Graduate School, 1973-1977.

    Membership

    Served with United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Member National Academy Public Administration, American Cut Glass Association (president Mid Atlantic chapter 1990).

    Connections

    • Married Geraldyne Ann Stivers, July 12, 1947. Children– Adrienne Ann, Jeffrey Scott.
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    Born September 21, 1922
    Died March 9, 2005
    (aged 82)
    • 1948
      University Tennessee
    • 1949
      University Tennessee
    • 1949 - 1950
      Principal Blackfox School
      Cleveland, Ohio, United States
    • 1950 - 1952
      vice consul Munich
      Germany
    • 1955 - 1957
      assistant, deputy manpower
    • 1957 - 1958
      special assistant, to undersecretary for administration State Department
    • 1958 - 1961
      special assistant, for personnel The White House
    • 1977 - 1979
      director, public affairs ICI Americas
      Wilmington, Ohio, United States
    • 1985
      retired
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