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Foreign service officer

William Glenn Marvin,, American former foreign service officer. Served to captain United States Army, 1942-1946. Member United States Foreign Service Association, Association Bordeaux-Los Angeles Clubs: Connetablie de Guyenne, Ordre de Tursan.

Background

Marvin,, William Glenn was born on October 30, 1920 in Dobbs Ferry, New York, United States. Son of William Glenn and Charlotte (Linden) Marvin.

Education

Student, University California, Berkeley, 1938-1940; Bachelor of Science, Harvard University, 1942; Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1948.

Career

European representative, Hoover Institution, 1948-1949; political scientist, Stanford Research Institute, 1949-1952; commissioned foreign service officer, Department State, 1952; vice consul, Algiers, 1952-1955; consul, Berlin, 1955-1960; consul, principal officer, Fort de France, Martinique, 1964-1966; economics secretary, Central Treaty Organization, Ankara, Turkey, 1974-1976; consul general, Bordeaux, France, 1977-1980; retired, 1980.

Membership

Served to captain United States Army, 1942-1946. Member United States Foreign Service Association, Association Bordeaux-Los Angeles Clubs: Connetablie de Guyenne, Ordre de Tursan.

Connections

Married Sheila Wells, June 6, 1945 (deceased). Children: Sally Marvin Lockhart, William Glenn III (deceased), Wells. Married Suzanne Franzon, October 16, 1982.

father:
William Glenn Marvin,

mother:
Charlotte (Linden) Marvin,

spouses:
Suzanne Franzon

Sheila Wells

children:
William Glenn III Marvin, (deceased)

Sally Marvin Lockhart Marvin,

Wells Marvin,