John Joseph Crowley Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, West Virginia University, 1949; Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1950; graduate, National War College, 1970.
Instructor University Puerto Rico, 1950-1952. Joined United States Foreign Service, 1952. Vice-consul Maracaibo, 1952-1955.
Vice-consul, 3d secretary Lima, Peru, 1955-1959. 1st secretary American embassy, Brussels, Belgium, 1960-1964. Officer charge Venezuelan affairs Department of State, 1964-1966.
Counselor, deputy chief of mission Quito, Ecuador, 1966-1969. Charge d'affairs, 1967-1968. Counselor, deputy chief of mission Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1970-1974.
Director Office Northern European Affairs Bureau European Affairs, Department State, 1974-1977. Deputy chief of mission United States Embassy, Caracas, Venezuela, 1977-1980. United States ambassador to Suriname, 1980-1982.
Senior inspector Department State, 1982-1984. Deputy permanent representative to Organization of American States, 1984-1986. United States representative to Inter-American Council on Science, Education and Culture, 1985.
Consultant, writer, lecturer in field.
With United States Army, 1946-1948. Member American Foreign Service Association, National War College Alumni Association (president 1990-1992).
Married Ileana Rivera Cintron, June 12, 1953. Children: Gail Marie, Ileana Marie.