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Darryl N. Johnson

Politician

Darryl N. Johnson Darryl Norman Johnson (born 1938) is a retired American statesman and career Foreign Service Officer who held many positions in American government around the world. Most recently and importantly he was the United States Ambassador to Thailand from 2001–2004. He now lives near Seattle, WA and is a lecturer at his undergraduate alma mater, the University of Washington, where he teaches in its Jackson School of International Studies. Mr. Johnson was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1938, and grew up in suburban Seattle, Washington. He attended public schools there, graduating in 1956, and went on to attend the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, and the University of Washington in Seattle, from which he received his BA (Cum Laude) in English Literature in 1960. At the University of Washington he was a member of the academic honor societies for Military Science, Music and Literature, and was admitted to the Phi Beta Kappa Society in 1960. Following graduation he attended the University of Minnesota and Princeton University and worked several months at the Boeing Company in Seattle during and after his university studies. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand (1962–65) before  ( Wikipedia article )

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Known as
Darryl Johnson
Date of birth
1938
Place of birth
Chicago

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