Thomas James Donegan Edit Profile
AB, Columbia University, 1928. Bachelor of Laws, Fordham University, 1931.
Private practice, New York City, 1932-1933, 46-57; with, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1933-1946; special agent in charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1942-1946; special assistant, attorney general United States, 1947-1957; chairman interdepartamental committee internal security, National Security Council, 1953-1954; chairman personnel security advising committee, Executive Office President, 1954-1957; member, United States Subversive Activities Control Board, 1957-1967; executive director, Indian Claims Commission, Washington, 1968-1970; federal administrative law judge, 1972-1977; retired, 1977.
Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1937-1940. Member American Bar Association.
Son of Thomas James and Mary F. (Carey) D. M. Dorothy N. Reynolds, May 2, 1936. 1 child, Thomas James Junior.
M. Darlene D. Looney, August 23, 1986.