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diplomat

Harvey A. Buffalo,, American diplomat. Recipient Meritorious Honor award American Embassy, London, 1969, Bonn, Germany, 1978, Superior Honor award, Department of State, 1975. Served as midshipman United States Navy, 1959-1960; Member Kappa Sigma (vice president 1961-1962) Clubs: Army Navy Country (Arlington, Va,).

Background

Buffalo,, Harvey A. was born on November 10, 1939 in Little Rock. Son of Harvey A. and Suzan (McCabe) Buffalo.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, Lake Forest College, 1962.

Career

Budget analyst Department of State, Washington, 1962-1966. Conference attache American Embassy, London, England, 1966-1969. Manager diplomatic reception rooms Department State, 1970-1975, supervisory general services officer Bonn, Germany, 1975-1978, counselor for administration Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1978-1980, Moscow, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1980-1982, executive director Bureau African Affairs Washington, 1982-1983, deputy director Office Foreign Missions, 1983, deputy assistant secretary Office Foreign buildings, 1983-1985.

Senior inspector Office of Program Inspector General, 1985-1987. Director regional administration management center United States Department State, Paris, since 1987.

Membership

Served as midshipman United States Navy, 1959-1960. Member Kappa Sigma (vice president 1961-1962) Clubs: Army Navy Country (Arlington, Va,).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf; sailing.

Connections

Married Susan Heywood Hanback, February 11, 1967. Children– Harvey A. III., Susanne Alexandra.

father:
Harvey A. Buffalo,

mother:
Suzan (McCabe) Buffalo,

spouse:
Susan Heywood Hanback

children:
Harvey A. III. Buffalo,

Susanne Alexandra Buffalo,