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Foreign service officer

Patrick Francis Morris was American foreign service officer. Served with infantry Army of the United States, 1943-1945. Member Institute International Policy. Mailing.


Morris, Patrick Francis was born on May 9, 1925 in Anaconda, Montana, United States. Son of John Jay and Violet A. (Murphy) Morris.


Bachelor of Science, Georgetown University, 1948. Student, Mexico City College, 1949. Bachelor, San Marcos University, Lima, Peru, 1950.

Master of Arts, Johns Hopkins, 1969.


Member staff, Department Agriculture, Mexico, 1949, 50;with, Institute Inter-American Affairs, Peru, 1951-1953;with, Institute Inter-American Affairs, Ecuador, 1953-1955;member of staff, Foreign Operations Administration and International Cooperation Administration, Washington, 1955-1958;deputy director, program officer, International Cooperation Administration, Bolivia, 1959-1961;director, Agency for International Development, Venezuela, 1961-1966;director Bolivia-Chile affairs, Department State, 1966-1969;director office, International Assistance Coordination, Agency for International Development, 1969-1971;development assistance adviser, United States permanent delegate to Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, 1971-1973;deputy director, Panama affairs Department State, 1973-1975;associate assistant administrator Latin American, Agency for International Development, 1975-1977;director, Agency for International Development, Dominican Republic, 1977-1979;director Office of Near East, North Africa affairs, Agency for International Development, 1979-1980;independent consultant international economics, since 1980.


Served with infantry Army of the United States, 1943-1945. Member Institute International Policy.


Married Yolanda Falconi, April 23, 1955. Children– John, Patricia, Stephen, Robert.

John Jay Morris

Violet A. (Murphy) Morris

Yolanda Falconi

John Morris

Patricia Morris

Stephen Morris

Robert Morris