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electrical manufacturing company executive

Francis Patrick Cotter, American electrical manufacturing company executive. Bar: District of Columbia 1955. Board directors National Epilepsy Foundation Served to captain United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1943-1946. Member District of Columbia Bar Association Clubs: University (Washington), Congressional Country (Washington).

Background

Cotter, Francis Patrick was born on June 12, 1922 in New York City. Son of Patrick and Mary (Condren) Cotter.

Education

Bachelor of Science, New York University, 1943. Bachelor of Laws, Catholic University America, 1955.

Career

Special agent Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1947-1952. Professional staff member Joint Committee Atomic Energy, 1952-1956, consultant, since 1956. Executive assistant to vice president atomic power division Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1956-1962, vice president atomic, defense and space group Washington, 1963-1973, vice president government affairs, since 1972.

Deputy inspector general foreign assistance State Department, 1962-1963. Special consultant select committee astronautics and space exploration United States House of Representatives. Consultant State Department, Atomic Energy Commission.

Member national energy study Department Interior. Member board American Nuclear Energy Council.

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia 1955.

Membership

Board directors National Epilepsy Foundation Served to captain United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1943-1946. Member District of Columbia Bar Association Clubs: University (Washington), Congressional Country (Washington).

Connections

Children: John, Mary Alice, Catherine, Frank. Married Malinda Ann DuBose, April 10, 1965. 1 son, Patrick.

father:
Patrick Cotter

mother:
Mary (Condren) Cotter

spouse:
Malinda Ann DuBose

child:
John Cotter

child:
Mary Alice Cotter

child:
Catherine Cotter

child:
Frank Cotter