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Edward Vincent Hickey,, American federal commissioner. Recipient Directors Honor award United States Secret Service, 1974, Distinguished Public Service medal Department Defense, 1985; named Knight of St. Gregory, 1984. Regent Catholic University American Served to corporal United States Army, 1954-1956. Member International Association Chiefs of Police, Boston College Alumni Association, Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick (Washington chapter).

Background

Hickey,, Edward Vincent was born on July 15, 1935 in Dedham, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Edward Vincent and Marion Rosaire (Caulfield) Hickey.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Boston College, 1960. Graduate, Treasury Law Enforcemtn Officers School, 1964. Graduate, United States Secret Service Special Agent School, 1965.

Career

Juvenile officer, Massachusetts Youth Authority, Boston, 1960-1964;special agent, United States Secret Service, Boston, 1964-1969;executive director, California State Police, Sacramento, 1969-1974;assistant director, Office of Security, Department of State, Washington, 1974-1978;senior regional security officer, Department of State, London, 1978-1980;assistant to President, director special support services, The White House, Washington, 1981;chairman, Federal Maritime Commission.

Membership

Regent Catholic University American Served to corporal United States Army, 1954-1956. Member International Association Chiefs of Police, Boston College Alumni Association, Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick (Washington chapter).

Connections

Married Barbara Ann Burke, June 6, 1959. Children: Edward V. III, Michael F., Joseph G., Paul V., John D., David T., Daniel J.

father:
Edward Vincent Hickey,

mother:
Marion Rosaire (Caulfield) Hickey,

spouse:
Barbara Ann Burke

children:
Edward V. III Hickey,

Michael F. Hickey,

Joseph G. Hickey,

Paul V. Hickey,

John D. Hickey,

David T. Hickey,

Daniel J. Hickey,