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Foreign service officer

Frank Errette Cash, American Foreign service officer.


Cash,, Frank Errette was born on March 7, 1921 in Oriskany, Virginia, United States. Son of Frank Errette and Libbie (Adamson) Cash.


Bachelor of Science, Birmingham-Southern College, 1941;Bachelor of Science, United States Military Academy, 1944;postgraduate, Harvard University, 1951-1952.


Commissioned Second lieutenant, United States Army, 1944;advanced through grades to captain, United States Army, 1948;served in, European Theatre of Operations, World World War II;resigned, 1948;joined, United States Foreign Service, 1948;assigned, American consulate general, Stuttgart, Germany, 1948-1951;political officer, American embassy, Bonn, Germany, 1952-1955;consul, political officer, American embassy, Manila, Philippines, 1955-1957;head department university training and area studies, Foreign Service Institute, State Department, 1958-1960;officer charge German political affairs, also deputy director Berlin task force, State Department, 1960-1963;participant, Senior Seminar in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Service Institute, 1963-1964;counselor for mutual security affairs, American embassy, Ankara, Turkey, 1964-1968;country director for Turkey, State Department, 1968-1971;American minister, deputy chief mission, American embassy, Bonn, 1971-1977;deputy commandant for international affairs, United States Army War College, 1977-1980;director United States National Security Seminar, George C. Marshall Foundation, 1980-1985; M C.


Married Naomi Duncan, December 3, 1947. Children: Hal Duncan, Susan Hamilton.

Frank Errette Cash,

Libbie (Adamson) Cash,

Naomi Duncan

Hal Duncan Cash,

Susan Hamilton Cash,