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John Paul Royston, government official. Recipient Special Achievement award, Secretary Department Education, 1981, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1983, Presidential Commendation award, White House, 1972.


Royston, John Paul was born on May 1, 1936. Son of John Peter and Elizabeth Mylod (McNamara) Royston.


Bachelor of Science, Holy Cross College, 1959. Master of Public Administration, University Southern California, 1971.


Assistant program officer Agency for International Development, Panama, 1963—1966. Planning officer Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington, 1966—1970. Chief field operations Office of Management and Budget, 1970—1980.

Director organizational planning United States Department Education, 1980—1982. Director organization and management system Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1982—1983, director project research, 1985—1986. Director operations President's Commission Industrial Competitiveness, Washington, 1983—1985.

Director emergency planning Office Secretary Defense, from 1986. Served to captain United States Naval Reserve, since 1959.


President Blessed Sacrament Parent-Teachers Association, Washington, 1976, Blessed Sacrament School Board, 1980. Vice president Holy Cross Alumni (Mid-Atlantic), Washington, 1979. Member of Naval Reserve Association, American Society Public Administration, Kenwood Golf & Country (Bethesda, Maryland).


Married Dolores Ann Seeman Royston, September 21, 1963. Children: Timothy, Stephen, Matthew, Maria.

John Peter Royston

Elizabeth Mylod (McNamara) Royston

Dolores Ann Seeman Royston

Timothy Royston

Stephen Royston

Matthew Royston

Maria Royston