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diplomat , Financial service executive

Peter Heath Dailey, American financial service executive, former diplomat.


Dailey, Peter Heath was born on May 1, 1930 in New Orleans. Son of John William and Abigail (Heath) Dailey.


Bachelor of Science, University of California at Los Angeles, 1954.


Senior vice-president, director Western and Far Eastern regions, Campbell-Ewald Company, Los Angeles, 1964-1967;Chairman of the Board, chief Executive officer, Dailey & Associations, Los Angeles, 1968-1982;United States ambassador to Ireland, 1982-1983;special presidential envoy to North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries, 1983-1984;vice chairman, Interpub. Group, New York City, 1984-1985;counselor to director, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1985-1989;chairman, Enniskerry Finance Ltd., since 1985.


President November Group, special advisory agency for President Nixon, 1972. Chairman Campaign for President Ford, 1976, deputy director, 1980. Member General Advisory Committee on Arms Control, 1986-1993.

Founding trustee University of California at Los Angeles Foundation. Trustee Villanova Preparatory School. Appointed chairman United Nations Day, 1985.

Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1954-1956. Member World Business Council, Chi Psi. Clubs: St. Francis Yacht (San Francisco).

Saddle and Sirloin, Bruin Football Alumni (Los Angeles). Rancheros Vistadores (Santa Barbara, California), California (Los Angeles). Lakeside Golf; Links (New York ), Bohemian.


Married Jacqueline Ann Biggerstaff, 1953. Children: Michael Ann, Sydney Jean, Peter Heath, Elizabeth Mary, Patricia Lynn.

John William Dailey

Abigail (Heath) Dailey

Jacqueline Ann Biggerstaff

Michael Ann Dailey

Sydney Jean Dailey

Peter Heath Dailey

Elizabeth Mary Dailey

Patricia Lynn Dailey