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Government official

George Stoney Springsteen,, American former government official. Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946.

Background

Springsteen,, George Stoney was born on January 7, 1923 in New York City. Son of George.

Education

Bachelor, Dartmouth, 1943. Master of Arts, Fletcher School Law and Diplomacy, 1947. MAL.D., Fletcher School Law and Diplomacy, 1949.

Doctor of Philosophy, Fletcher School Law and Diplomacy, 1957.

Career

Part-time teacher economics, history Tufts College, 1947-1949. International economist Department State, 1949-1958. Finance officer, senior economist Development Loan Fund, 1958-1961.

Special assistant under secretary state for economic affairs, 1961. Special assistant under secretary state, 1961-1966. Deputy assistant secretary state European affairs, 1966-1974.

Executive secretary Department State and special assistant to secretary state, 1974-1976, director Foreign Service Institute, 1976-1980. Retired, 1980

Visiting lecturer public and international affairs Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, 1982-1983, consultant, 1980-1993. President board directors International Student House, Washington, 1983-1987.

Membership

Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946.

Connections

Son of and Elsa L. (Otto) Son of. Married Rosalind Sawyer, May 28, 1955. Children: George Sawyer, Martha Louise.

father:
George Son Springsteen,

spouse:
Rosalind Sawyer

children:
George Sawyer Springsteen,

Martha Louise Springsteen,