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Gerson Harrison Lush, American consultant. Member United States Senate Association Administrative Assistants and Secretaries Clubs: National Press (Washington).

Background

Lush, Gerson Harrison was born on May 2, 1912 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Max and Anna Leah (Harrison) Lush.

Education

Student, George Washington University. Student, University Maryland.

Career

Reporter, newswriter Philadelphia Inquirer, 1933-1940. Chief Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) bureau, 1940-1950. Correspondent, contributor New York Times, Life and Time magazines, Pittsburgh Press, Erie (Pennsylvania) Times, 1940-1950.

Administrative assistant to the United States Senator Duff, 1951-1957. Washington director Office United States Commissioner General, Brussels World's Fair, 1957-1959. United States foreign service research officer, 1959-1977.

Special assistant to deputy assistant secretary state for budget and finance, 1959-1960. Special assistant to assistant secretary state for administration, 1960-1965. Director policy public information affairs program Office Deputy Under Secretary State for Administration, Department State, 1965-1972.

Director newsletter and information Office Director General, United States Foreign Service, 1972-1977. Government consultant, 1977-1978, 83-84. Public affairs consultant, adviser state and national political campaigns, 1952, 54, 56.

President Pennsylvania Legislation Corrs. Association, 1949-1950.

Membership

Member United States Senate Association Administrative Assistants and Secretaries Clubs: National Press (Washington).

Connections

Married Claire Werchow, November 25, 1937. Children– Lee M., Anne, Susan.

father:
Max Lush

mother:
Anna Leah (Harrison) Lush

spouse:
Claire Werchow

children:
Lee M. Lush

Anne Lush

Susan Lush