Nomination of Bruce Chapman To Be United States Representative to the United Nations Vienna Office and Deputy United States Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency
June 10, 1985
The President today announced his intention to nominate Bruce Chapman to be the Representative of the United States of America to the Vienna Office of the United Nations and Deputy Representative of the United States of America to the International Atomic Energy Agency, with the rank of Ambassador. He would succeed Richard Salisbury Williamson.
Mr. Chapman has been serving as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Planning and Evaluation since 1983. In 1981 - 1983 he was Director, Bureau of the Census. Mr. Chapman was secretary of state for the State of Washington in Seattle. In 1960 - 1971, he was publisher for Advance magazine; a writer for the New York Herald Tribune; and was self-employed as a consultant and writer.
During the years 1968 - 1981, he served on the Washington Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Civil Disorders; the Governor's Urban Affairs Council (a Washington State study commission); U.S. Commission on Civil Rights for Washington State; the President's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; and the University of Washington visiting committee for the school of international studies.
Mr. Chapman graduated from Harvard College (B.A., 1962). He is married to the former Sarah Gilmore Williams, they have two children and reside in Washington, DC. He was born December 1, 1940, in Evanston, IL.
Appointment of Eugene B. Burroughs as a Member of the Advisory Committee to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
June 10, 1985
The President today announced his intention to appoint Eugene B. Burroughs to be a member of the Advisory Committee to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation for a term expiring February 19, 1988. He would succeed Joseph Lydon.
Mr. Burroughs is currently director of the investment department of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters in Washington, DC. Previously he was chief accountant for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (1963 - 1969). He was appointed by President Ford as a member of the Advisory Committee to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation and served as chairman of the Investment Policy Panel. He is past president of the Washington Society of Investments Analysts and is general chairman of the 1985 annual conference of the Financial Analysts Federation. He is a member of the board of directors of the Financial Analysts Federation and Potomac Asset Management Co. in Washington, DC.
Mr. Burroughs graduated from Benjamin Franklin University (B.S., 1955). He is married, has two children, and resides in McLean, VA. He was born August 22, 1931, in Washington, DC.
Appointment of Charles R. Work as a Member of the District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure
June 10, 1985
The President today announced his intention to appoint Charles R. Work to be a member of the District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure for a term expiring March 18, 1990. He would succeed Vincent Hamilton Cohen.
Mr. Work is currently a partner with the law firm of McDermott, Will & Emery in Washington, DC. Previously, he was a partner with Peabody, Lambert & Meyers (1975 - 1982); Deputy Administrator, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, U.S. Department of Justice (1973 - 1975); Deputy Chief and Chief, Superior Court Division, Office of the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia (1969 - 1973); and Assistant United States Attorney (criminal trial section) (1966 - 1969).
Mr. Work graduated from Wesleyan University (B.A., 1962), the University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 1965), and the Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M., 1966). He is married, has three children, and resides in Washington, DC. He was born June 21, 1940, in Glendale, CA.