"SURVIVOR'S GUILT: The Secret Service & The Failure To Protect President Kennedy" by Vince Palamara

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Monday, February 18, 2013

SECRET SERVICE AGENTS BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER THE JFK ADMINISTRATION 1865 to the present


SECRET SERVICE AGENTS BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER THE JFK ADMINISTRATION 1865 to the present

[note: there is a lot of overlap. For example, an agent may have STARTED his career during the FDR era, yet remained an agent until the LBJ era]

“ANCIENT”/PRE-Taft era:

Simeon B. Benson
Patrick D. Tyrrell

Henry F. Finnegass
J.W. Cribbs
Schuyler A. Donnella
E.T. Clyatt

J.W. Vann
George Foster
Samuel Ireland

Peter Rubano

John Hughes, Jr

Thomas J. Callaghan

Joseph A. Walker

John F. Cronin

Harry T. Donaghy

Matthew J. Griffin


Edward J. Brennan

George M. Kennoch


Irving C. Sauter
George Kraft
Louis P. Elsmere
Charles Dolan
Frank Wallace
Edward Chaims

Rowland K. Goddard

John J. McGrath
Edward Tyrrell
Harry L. Barker

Frank Tyree

Frank Burke

Clarence L. Dalrymple

E.P. McAdams

P.J. Ahern

Larry Richey

Jim Sloan

Dick Jervis

DURING PRESIDENCY OF WILLIAM H. TAFT (27TH PRESIDENT
1909-1913)

Walter Scott Bowen

William J. Flynn- Chief, 1912-1917

DURING PRESIDENCY OF WOODROW T. WILSON (28TH PRESIDENT,
1913-1921)

Arthur F. Grube
William H. Davenport
John C. Marsh

Robert F. Perry

James M. Haley


James R. Jarrell

William H. Moran

Charlie Fredericks- driver, into 1940′s/FDR
John “Jack” Q. Slye- into Harding
W. Arnold Landvoight- Wilson-FDR eras

John L. Sullivan- into Harding
Walter Ferguson

John J. FitzGerald

Myles McCahill

Col. Edmund W. Starling
R.S. Mitchell

Gabriel DiFiore

DURING PRESIDENCY OF WARREN G. HARDING (29TH PRESIDENT,
1921-1923) [WHD:10]

Andrew Mellon- Sec. of the Treasury
Alan Straight

George C. Drescher
Carl Dickson

Michael P. Bolan, Jr

Robert K. Webster

DURING PRESIDENCY OF CALVIN COOLIDGE (30TH PRESIDENT,
1923-1929)

William A. Merrill

Harvey Ingley
U.E. Baughman

Jim Stringfellow
John L. Kettl

Henry W. Rodney

DURING PRESIDENCY OF HERBERT C. HOOVER (31RST
PRESIDENT, 1929-1933)

James J. Maloney

Russell“Buck” Daniels
Robert Clark

Arthur P. Madden

Neal Tessem

James M. Sullivan
Michael F. Malone
Clarence L. Converse
Archie Martin
William Hodgins
Henry F. Tyson
George H. Brodnax

Harry E. Neal-
Michael F. Gettings
Robert L. Godby

DURING PRESIDENCY OF FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT (32ND
PRESIDENT, 1933-1945) [WHD in 1939: 16+2 supervisors;
WHD start of WWII: 37]

Burrill Peterson- WHD, FDR/Truman era; in
Secret Service 1941 to 1978


William F. Lowery- WHD, FDR, Truman era


Roy H. Kellerman- 1941 to Dec. 1968; Kellerman
was not White House Detail until 1942 and continued
through 1951, and then returned to WHD in 1955: joined
the Detroit office of the Service in 12/41, transferred
2/9/42 to the Washington, D.C. field office after a 30
day assignment in the Cincinnati office, 4/17/42 became
member of White House Detail, 2/7/51 transferred to
Indianapolis office, 2/1/55 went back to the White
House Detail; on 1/8/65 was made Deputy to Assist.
Director of Protective Forces replacing Boring and
retired from the Service 12/68 as Assist. Administrator
of the Service


Thomas J. Kelley- up to Feb. 1978
Gerald A. Behn- up to Jan. 1967
Floyd M. Boring- up to 1967
Robert I. Bouck- up to 1968
James J. Rowley- retired in 1973 [New York
Times, 10/23/73]
Maurice G. Martineau- up to 1972
Frank J. Wilson- Chief, 1936- 1946/Truman
Michael F. Reilly- ASAIC, 1941-1943; SAIC,
1943-1947/Truman
James M. Beary- into Truman; SAIC of Washington
office, 1950′s
James H. Griffith-during the FDR and Truman
administrations was White House Detail ["The Secret
Service", All American Television and Quorum
Communications, 1995 (shown on the History Channel)];
Eisenhower era: became SAIC of Pittsburgh office
Neil Shannon- by at least 1951 was SAIC of
Little Rock, Ark. office and continued in that position
into the Eisenhower era
Henry C. Taggart- 1930′s
Elmer Rodie Hipsley- into Truman


Guy H. Spaman- ASAIC/1940′s; during the Truman
era in the late 1940′s became the 1st SAIC of the new
Paris, France office and remained in that office for 3
years before returning to the U.S. [Bowen/Neal], in
April of 1951 was made SAIC of Los Angeles District
[ibid.]; SAIC of Los Angeles throughout Eisenhower era; JFK era: was
SAIC of Los Angeles office [23HSCA362- CE 1753]; LBJ
era: SAIC of Los Angeles office , on 12/4/64 issued on
report regarding Harry Hall and PRS subject, in 1966
was involved with working with the FBI on cooperative
manpower support

Wilmer Deckard- 1940′s
Maurice Allen- SAIC of District 11 (Ok,Ak,Kans)
based in Kansas City; by 9/45 was SAIC
of District 1 (Maine, New Hampshire, VT, Mass., RI and
Conn.) ; Truman era: SAIC of District
1 (Maine, New Hampshire, VT, Mass., RI and Conn.);Eisenhower
era: SAIC of the Boston office throughout era

Leonard P. Hutchinson- 1940′s
Lt. Col. George J. McNally- 1940′s thru LBJ [on
Texas trip]; member of SS during WWII- resigned
from the Secret Service and returned to the Army after
FDR administration; during the JFK era, he was in the
Army involved with communications during this time; was
Director of White House Communications for the Army
Signal Corps
Thomas J. Qualters- ASAIC 1943
Frank Murray
Jack Willard- 1940′s
Howard Anderson

James Haley
Forrest V. Sorrels- Dallas office, 1930′s to
1960′s; worked on FDR’s visit to Dallas 1936
Robert A. Steuart- Dallas office, 1930′s to
1965; during the Truman and Eisenhower eras was SAIC of
the Memphis, TN office by at least 1951 until approx.
1956
William Karp- 1940′s era
Albert E. Whitaker- SAIC of NY office, 1940′s
to Ford era/ 1970′s
Frank A. Lyons- 1930′s
Herbert L Marcy- Captain of WHP
H.W. Francis- WHP, 1937/1938
R.P. Hallion- same as above
J.J. Cash- same as above
E.L. Warden- same as above
E. Reynolds- same as above
R.G. Ford- same as above
R.M. “Rudolph” McDavid- Miami, FL office;
around to at least the LBJ era (SAIC, Jacksonville,
FL office)
Bill Morris- in NY office
Harry Welsh- same as above
[fnu] O’Shea- same as above
Sam Callaghan- Washington, D.C. office, 1940′s;
during the Eisenhower era, he was in the New York
office
Mitch Lipsen- same as above
Jim Burdette- Chicago, Il office
John L. Schram- San Francisco, CA office
John F. Moran- same as above
Edward Barnes- same as above
Laurence E. Albert- in the Truman era, Albert
was SAIC of District 15 (Washington, Oregon, Montana,
Idaho, Alaska)
Julian T. Baber
George F. Boos
William D. Cawley
Walter C. Fisk- Truman era: SAIC of Sacramento,
CA office
Thomas A. Gallagher- was the Truman and
Eisenhower eras SAIC of the Cincinnati Ohio office
Rowland K. Goddard
Samuel T. Goldman
John L. Grennan

Gerald J. McGinniss
John E. Osborn

Lee A. Montgomery
Dan L. Moriarty
George W. Pears
James R. Prather
C.R. Raum
Leo A. Smugai- Truman era: by 1949 was SAIC of
District 15 (Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho,
Alaska) and by 1951 was SAIC of the St. Louis office


John S. Tucker
George N. Van Fleet- Truman era: by at least
1951 was SAIC of Utica, NY office which appears to have
moved to Syracuse in approx. 1953 where Van Fleet
remained as SAIC; Eisenhower era: SAIC of the Syracuse,
NY
Fred C. Wasson- Truman era: SAIC of Los Angeles
office
Charles Mazey- Truman era: SAIC of District 5
(Md, Va, WVa, NC, DC)
James J. Garvey
Stanley Phillips- FDR era Philadelphia office
agent
Arthur Seckler
Raymond A. Horton- SAIC, St. Louis, MO 1937;
Truman era: SAIC of District 6 (SC,Ga,Fla,Al); was in
Atlanta office when Rufus Youngblood first joined that
office in 1951[Youngblood]
Alonzo H. Rice- Boston office, 1930′s-1940′s
Frank Stratton- NY office, 1937
Edward A. Connors- NY office, 1935
Harry Shepherd- NY office, 1937
[fnu] Lieberman- NY office, 1941
Edith E. Duncan-Truman era where she was a
Secret Service employee in D.C. secretary [Baughman];
also JFK era
Paul J. Paterni-joined the Service in 1933;
during the Truman era was made SAIC of the San
Francisco office; Eisenhower era: SAIC of the San
Francisco office and then moved to become SAIC of the
Chicago office; was JFK era
Michael W. Torina-entered the Service as a
clerk-stenographer, became an agent during FDR era and
continued through Truman era and was White House
Detail; was JFK era
Harry D. Anheier-joined Service in 1933, became
SAIC of District 5 (Md, Va, WVa, NC, DC) based in D.C.
and then, in 1945, SAIC of District 9 (Ill, Wis, Ind)
based in Chicago, held this position through the Truman
era ; Eisenhower era: SAIC of Chicago office until
approx. 1957 when replaced by Paterni and became SAIC
of New Orleans office
Raymond A. Horton- 1937 was SAIC of the St.
Louis office who broke the case of the “counterfeiting
priest” [Dorman]; Truman era: by 1950 had been replaced
as SAIC of District 6 (SC,Ga,Fla,Al) based in Atlanta
[USGM, 7/1/50] but became SAIC of Atlanta and remained
until approx. 1953
John A. Marshall- SAIC, Miami, FL office; FDR
White House Detail [Reilly; F. Wilson]; Truman era SAIC
of the Miami office and remained in that position
throughout the Eisenhower era

DURING PRESIDENCY OF HARRY S. TRUMAN (33RD PRESIDENT,
1945-1953)

Frank M. Berry- driver
Robert J. Jamison- in Secret Service 1951-1971
William R. Greer- 1945 to July, 1966
Fred M. Vinson- replaced Morganthau as
Secretary of the Treasury on 7/23/45 and was replaced
by Snyder on 6/25/46

John W. Snyder- Sec.of the Treasury
Samuel A. Kinney- up to 1967
Rufus W. Youngblood- up to 1971
Stewart G. Stout, Jr.- up to LBJ
John E. Campion- up to LBJ
H. Stuart Knight- up to 1981/Reagan
Robert H. Taylor- through the Ford and Carter
eras: due to tensions with Haldeman which boiled over
1972 during the Nixon era, Taylor moved to the Foreign
Dignitaries Protection Detail of which he became SAIC
in 1977 [Rush; New York Times]
John H. Hanly- SAIC,Chicago, IL office; also,
NY office agent; later, SAIC of Paris office;
Truman-Eisenhower era where he was a New York office
agent in 1952 [Dorman] and Eisenhower era SAIC of the
Baltimore office
Lilburn E. “Pat” Boggs- WHD, Truman and Ike; up
to 1978
Vincent P. Mroz- at least up to LBJ era (SAIC,
Independence, MO office, mid-1960′s)
Henry “Harry” “Nick” Nicholson
Rex Scouten [now WH Curator]
Bob Holmes- in V.P. / Barkley detail
Robert Snow- into 1980′s/ p.r.
Gerard “Jerry” B. McCann- at least up to LBJ
(Inspector)
James K. “Jack” Fox- at least up to LBJ
(PRS/photographer)
Morgan L. Gies- driver in Washington, D.C.; at
least up to LBJ (SAIC of WH Garage)
Charlotte A. Klapkowski- Clerk-Steno, Chicago,
IL office, 6/51-8/71
Lane Bertram- Atlanta, GA office (w/
Youngblood, Kober, Letteer, and Horton)
Clayton Kober- Atlanta, GA office
[fnu] Hancock- same as above
Roy Letteer- same as above; by 1960 became SAIC
of the Little Rock office
Paul Usher- WHD 1952 (Youngblood’s supervisor
on his first temporary assignment); Eisenhower era:
Acting SAIC of the Charleston, W.Va. office until
approx. 1957 and became SAIC of the Pittsburgh office
Joseph J. Ellis, Jr.- SAIC of PRS before Bouck;
guarded Oscar Collazo in hospital (w/ Kinney and
Griffith)
Leslie Coffelt- WHP; involved in 11/1/50 Truman
protection
Donald T. Birdzell- same as above
Joseph O. Davidson- same as above
Joseph H. Downs- same as above
Barney Wentz-SAIC of Charlotte, NC; was JFK
era; LBJ era: SAIC [10/9/67 Memorandum from Ronald
Towns to Wentz] SAIC, Atlanta, GA office- replaced
Horton sometime before 1960
Paul Doster- served in WHD from Truman to JFK;
became SAIC of Nashville, TN office early in JFK’s term
Alwyn W. Dickerson- Louisville, KY office
[Dallas]; Truman era where he was SAIC of Knoxville, TN
office (this office appears to have been closed by
1952) and he continued in the Service through the
Eisenhower era

DURING PRESIDENCY OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (34TH
PRESIDENT, 1953-1961)

Winston G. Lawson- up to at least the Carter
era
Clinton J. Hill- up to 1975
Wade J. Rodham- up to at least LBJ
Deeter B. “Dick” Flohr- Ike’s driver; FDR era where he beganWhite
House duty in approx. 1937; Truman era: White House
duty; JFK era:PRS [2/16/78 Letter from Robert Goff to
HSCA Robert Blakey; 10/18/63 Flohr Report]
Bill Cantrell
Daniel O’Driscoll- 1954 WFO
John “Jack” Sherwood- SAIC of V.P./ Nixon
detailthrough to the Nixon era where he became the
Special Assist. for the Secret Service to the Director,
Office of Law Enforcement, Treasury Dept.
Ernest I. Aragon- up to 1970′s
Dale Grubb
Jack Parker
George Chaney
George W. Hickey, Jr.- up to 1971
John Norris- WHP, 1954-1973
Charlie Gittens- NY office
Harvey Henderson
Robert E. Lilley
A. Gilmore Fluse- Asst. Sec.- discharged 1961
William T. Heffelfinger- Highest ranking Treas.
official- discharged 1961
Jim Jefferies- assigned to Jackie (w/ Hill)
Nov. 1960 until 1962
James P. Hendrick- during JFK and LBJ era
Deputy Assist. Secretary of the Treasury and after 3/67
became LBJ era Special Assist. to the Secretary for
Enforcement of the Treasury Dept


Abraham W. Bolden, Sr.- Eisenhower era: joined
the Secret Service in 1959 [HSCA Document #
180-10070-10273: 1/19/78 interview of Bolden]
Max D. Phillips- PRS; earlier -Eisenhower era
where Phillips was on the “grandkiddie” detail
[Baughman]; continued in the Service through the LBJ,
Nixon, Ford and Carter eras
Harry W. Geiglein- temporary assignment- WHD/
WH Garage, night of 11/22/63); earlier -Truman era;
Eisenhower era: SAIC of the Louisville; during the JFK
era, Geiglein was SAIC of the Chicago office before
becoming SAIC Washington, D.C. field office
Ed Z. Tucker- also in the Eisenhower era; [NARA
JFK Collection Document]; Chicago office activities
involved interviewing Thomas Vallee and awareness of
JFK’s 11/2/63 cancelled Chicago trip [ibid.]; Nixon
era: was still with the Service [ibid.]
Joseph Paolella – in1963 was assigned to the
Chicago office [NARA JFK Collection Document];service
extended into Nixon era
Arvid J. Dahlquist- Washington, D.C. office,
1962;Eisenhower era SAIC of the Columbus, OH office and
then SAIC of New Orleans
Michael P. Burger- SAIC, Cleveland, OH
;Eisenhower era SAIC of the Scranton, Pa. office

Definitive Secret Service lists, JFK/ LBJ ERA

Part one-Office 1-16: Presidential and Vice Presidential WHITE HOUSE DETAIL+PROTECTIVE RESEARCH SECTION (PRS) AGENTS*: (A-Z, in alphabetical order)
*Unless otherwise indicated

1) Howard S. Anderson- (SAIC of Personnel; became the director of training at the Training Division in the summer of 1967; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; instructor at Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; WHD: FDR era; had been an assistant supervising agent during the Truman years; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on pages 36 & 57 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
2) William J. “Bill” Bacherman (WHD: 11/10/63 to at least 11/23/63 [shift reports; also listed as “Backerman” several times]; sent letter to HSCA’s Blakey [4/11/78]; deceased)
3) Urbanus “U.E.” Baughman (Chief, 1948-Sept. 1961; began his Service career 12/27/27 as a stenographer in the Philadelphia office, during FDR era was commissioned as an agent in 1934, in May of 1941 became ASAIC of New York District followed by SAIC of Newark District, in 1945 became SAIC of Washington, D.C. field office, was on Margaret Truman’s White House detail when she was in New York, in 1947 or 1948 was SAIC of the New York District before being made Chief on 11/29/48 and remained Chief until JFK era when he retired in 9/61; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; his book “Secret Service Chief” [1962/1963]; wrote the forward to Bowen & Neal’s 1960 book“The United States Secret Service”; credited in Robert Donovan’s “The Assassins”; appears in the film “The Making of the President 1960″; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [lead car]; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended AFAUSS conference in 1973; Walter Pine: brother-in-law; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “Baughman was OK…from the old school, of course. He always wanted us to wear hats. Can you imagine wearing a hat and arresting a counterfeiter or wearing one when you worked the follow-up?”; deceased November 1978)
4) Gerald W. Bechtle (V.P. LBJ Detail; after assassination, assigned to guarding Lady Bird with Kivett and Woody Taylor; Reagan era: Asst. Dir. of Protective Operations [see also 16 H 950-951]; now head of security for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; married with 3 sons)
5) SAIC Gerald A. Behn (in Secret Service 9/39-1/67; attended MSU; assigned to Detroit, MI office, then WFO; attended Treasury School in NYC; assigned to WHD in 1941; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954 as an instructor; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; became SAIC in Sept. 1961; 1/65: became SAIC of Special Investigations; worked for the Post Office for four years after retiring from Secret Service [boss: JFK aide Bill Hartigan]; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; interviewed by the FBI [11/27/63], the JFK Library [2/24/76], and the HSCA [1/30/78 and in Executive Session 3/15/78]; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President”12/18/64; Jim Bishop (?), short comment in “Mortal Error” 1992; interviewed for“The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon” by Anthony Summers ; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; deceased 4/21/93; wife- Jean Brownell Behn; two daughters- Sandra Lee Kane of Springfield and Barbara Jean Shipley of Vienna; 4 grandchildren)
6) Donald Bendickson (V.P. LBJ Detail [see also 16 H 950-951]; interviewed for Venker’s 1988 book: p. 144)
7) Glen A. Bennett (born 7/12/28; 1978, Intelligence Div.; joined the Secret Service on 10/5/59; started in Cleveland, OH office; then went to PRS; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed by HSCA [1/30/78; also: 12/29/76 letter from Glenn Bennett to HSCA Robert Blakey re: agent’s whereabouts/ addresses; 11/16/77: outside contact report]; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 4/4/94)

8) Andrew E. Berger (1978, SAIC Baltimore, MD; interviewed by HSCA [5/22/78]; wife’s name: Catherine Frances “Dolly” Ferguson Berger)
9) Gerald S. Blaine (started in the Denver office; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; WHD: Ike to LBJ/ 1964; left to work for IBM: became director of security; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” 5/12/65; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on page 79 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; now the Director of International Security Company for ARCO International Oil & Gas [like Burke, Blaine is part of The Overseas Security Advisory Council and the U.S. Department of State])
10) Walter Blaschak (WHD Clerk, at least Ike to early JFK eras; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 67 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/2/04: “He was very good. He and Rowley were good friends. He was from the PA area.”; deceased)

11) Abraham Wendell Bolden, Sr. (temporary assignment in June 1961—first African-American on WHD [also 1rst African-American agent Pinkerton Detective Agency]; entered the Service in Oct. 1960 [1959?]; separated in May 1964;“Washington News” & “San Francisco Chronicle” 5/21/64; “NY Times” 12/6/67;“Ramparts” magazine Jan. 1968, pp. 67-68; “National Tattler” 7/5/70; a source for the 1975 “Chicago Independent” article; interviewed by Mark Lane ["Rush To Judgment", p. 275; "A Citizen's Dissent", p. 193], as well as Bud Fensterwald [AARC file] and Ian Calder ["Nashville Enquirer" 5/25/68]; interviewed by the HSCA [1/19/78]; forthcoming book due out in 2007; featured in “Ultimate Sacrifice”, 2005; brief tv appearance, Discovery Channel, 5/11/06)

12) ASAIC Floyd M. Boring (spent approx. 5 years in the Pennsylvania State Police; joined the Secret Service 11/9/43; first assignment was NY with FDR Jr. and the kids; moved on to PRS; joined the WHD 3/1/44; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [follow-up car]; retired in March 1967; worked security for the United Nations for a while, then went to work for Milton Kayle; worked for G. Ross Perot for a time; went to work security for Motown Records: retired from that around 1987; founded the Association of Former Agents of the Secret Service in 1969; attended AFAUSS conference in 1973: received plaque; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74 interviewed for Baughman’s book “Secret Service Chief”, pp. 68-69; interviewed by the JFK Library [2/25/76; not released until 1/98], the Truman Library [9/21/88], and the ARRB [9/18/96; see also 2 H 90, 105, 107, 111, 136-137; 4 H 342; 5 H 67; 25 H 774-777]; “Truman” 1992; short comment in “Mortal Error” 1992; “Inside The Secret Service” video 1995; “Truman” PBS 1997 w/ Rex Scouten; “Inside The U.S. Secret Service” documentary 2004; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured on the cover of Darwin Horn’s book; wife’s name: Ruth)
13) Robert Inman Bouck (SAIC of PRS until 1967; retired in 1968; joined Service in 1939; WFO personnel officer; 1952-1957: in charge of all Treas. law enforcement training—examples: took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor, Director of Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55, the SAIC Administration School in 1955, the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; June 1957: became head of PRS; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, as head of PRS; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; interviewed by the Warren Commission [4/23/64], the JFK Library [6/25/76], the HSCA [8/30/77, 11/4/77: outside contact report, 11/10/77, 11/11/77: outside contact report, 11/16/77: executive session, 4/18/78: outside contact report, 5/2/78: outside contact report, 8/18/78: outside contact report], 11/16/91 interview for “High Treason 2″, Seymour Hersh 12/95, and the ARRB [5/2/96]; pictured on pages 57, 62 and 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; “The Secret White House Tapes” A and E 3/97; wife’s name: Marjorie); deceased
14) Percy Hamilton “Ham” Brown (assigned to Hyannis port/ Joseph P. Kennedy’s detail; member of Transportation Section, LBJ era; in Service up to Reagan era; former Executive Sec. of the Former Agents of the Secret Service Assoc.; Don Stebbins, the current Exec. Sec. of the AFAUSSS, wrote the author on 2/27/04:“Mr. Brown was with the Secret Service for 26 years and served in several field offices and on several Presidential Protection Details”; pictured on pages 85& amp; 95 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; short comment in “Mortal Error” 1992; “Case Closed” 1993, p. 503; “Star” 6/28/94 re: Jack Walsh; ABC 1/28/98; “Dateline”3/98; interviewed for “Just Jackie: Her Private Years” by Edward Klein, Ballantine Books, 1999)
15) Robert R. Burke (on V.P. Humphrey’s detail 1967; Carter era: Asst. Dir. for Training then Asst. Dir. for Protective Intelligence; Reagan era: Acting Asst. Dir. of Investigations and Asst. Dir. of PRS in 1981; now head of security for OSAC and the Director of Corporate Service and Security for the Monsanto Company [testified on C-Span Sept. 3, 1997]; also mentioned on AF1 tapes 11/22/63 w/ Payne; mentioned in Youngblood’s book; pictured on page 84 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; see also 3 HSCA 400; outside contact report w/ HSCA, 9/22/78)
16) Paul A. Burns (became SAIC of former Pres. Truman’s Detail in 1965; pictured on page 79 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
17) John E. Campion (ASAIC [see 3 HSCA 400], then Aide to the Assistant Chief for Security [report on bubbletop, CD 3 Exhibits]; around since the FDR days; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; worked on advance preparations during the early part of the JFK admin.;mentioned on p. 19 of Youngblood’s book and in Boring’s JFK Library Oral History, as well as p. 171 of Baughman’s book; picture inGallagher’s book; pictured on page 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/27/04: “I had wanted to be on his shift in August 1954 when I was assigned to the WHD but they put me on Gerry McCann’s shift instead. John was a very straight line arrow and easy to work with. His reputation was extremely good. You work well and you would have no problem with John”; deceased)
18) Toby J. Chandler (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Secret Service school in Washington, D.C., [since at least] 11/1/63, 11/4/63-11/8/63, 11/12/63-11/15/63, 11/18/63-11/22/63; 11/2/63, 11/3/63, 11/9/63, 11/16/63, 11/17/63: “DO”; 11/23/63: on duty, LBJ’s home [Secret Service shift reports])
19) George Chaney (1961) ([3 HSCA 400] Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
20) J. Walter Coughlin (Coughlin wrote to the author on 2/29/04, detailing his entire Secret Service career: “2-61 thru 3-77 – Charleston, W.Va. – Counterfeit Detail NYC – White House – 6-62 – 12-64- VP Detail 12-64 to 1-69 – ASAIC Louisville, Ky. – SAIC Omaha, Neb – SAIC Dallas – transferred to Foreign Dig [nitary Division], D.C., to process out of SS for medical retirement ([due to] ulcers).” Coughlin added on 4/28/05: “I went to the WH in June of ’62 and lived in various apts. More concerned about social activities that nearness to WH. Married in ’65 and bought a house in Rockville,Md. 2 children Brendan 38 w/3 small boys – successful businessman in Dallas – Kelly 36 (Bennett) mother of boy and girl – stay at home mom in Dallas. Wife Ann born and raised in NW D.C. (Georgetown) 40th anniversary this June 26 [2005]”
Oral History, Texas A & M University Library, 4/19/86; now president of J. Walter Coughlin & Associates, an international security consulting firm, headquartered in Dallas, Texas; pictured on pages 88, 91, & 92 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
21) Russell “Buck” Daniels (joined the Service in 1929 as stenographer in the Kansas City office; Inspector [1954]; Deputy Chief [1957]: discharged 1/31/61, replaced by Paterni; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “Daniels was a real gentleman …a fine person. I didn’t interact with him very often”; pictured on pages 63 & 69 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
22) William C. Davis (garage; Special Officer designation; former agent Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/25/04: “Davis was from the Carolinas and worked the WHD for awhile. He never brought much attention to himself. I believe that he worked in the Charlotte Office.”)
23) Lubert F. “Bert” DeFreese (born 10/25/25; married with one daughter; 1978, ATSAIC, WFO; started in agency in Chicago office on 10/8/56, remaining until 1958 when he was transferred to the WFO; member of the WHD; had been on Ike’s“grandkiddie” detail along with Max Phillips—”Secret Service Chief”, p. 140; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed by HSCA [2/2/78]; deceased); Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 5/6/05: “Bert was very quiet and reserve[d]. Very professional. Hard to get close to.”
24) Eve B. Dempsher (secretary; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74)
25) Jerry Dolan (in Secret Service 1961-1964; guarded Jackie and the kids up to April 1964; joined the St. Paul MN police afterwards; “St. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch” 11/20/88 and 8/13/93; deceased 8/9/93; wife’s name: Josephine)
26) Paul B. Doster (WHD: Truman to early JFK; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Nashville office early in JFK’s term; “Nashville Banner” 5/18/63 re: JFK’s trip [inc. captioned photo]; Paul’s widow interviewed for same paper 1/23/92; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “I took Doster’s place on the WHD in August 1954. He was always delighted to tell me how he appreciated that. He died young”; deceased 1987)
27) Edith E. Duncan (PRS: Bouck’s secretary; had been former Chief U.E. Baughman’s secretary—”Secret Service Chief”, p. 37; interviewed by the HSCA 5/3/78: outside contact report, 5/13/78: outside contact report, 5/15/78; deceased)
28) William L. “Bill” Duncan (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; became Assistant Director of protective forces training at the Training Division in the summer of 1967; Nixon: ASAIC [in charge of First Family] until let go by Haldeman in 1972; picture w/ caption in “Fort Worth Press” 11/22/63; McCarthy’s book pp. 217-218, Venker’s book p. 58; Melanson’s book, p. 157; now part of an acclaimed security firm with Wunderlich)
29) Robert R. “Bob” Faison (African-American; 1962: WFO [3 HSCA 401]; pictured on page 85 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
30) Deeter B. “Dick” Flohr (Ike’s driver/ garage detail; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; PRS; began White House duty in approx. 1937; mentioned in “Secret Service Chief”, p. 174, and Youngblood’s book, p. 47; pictured on pages 66, 70 & 71 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 2/24/96)
31) Robert W. Foster (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [follow-up car]; SAIC of Kiddie Detail; in Secret Service for 22 years before retiring in 1978; 1988: U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Ohio; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” 11/18/64; picture in Stoughton’s book, page 148 & “John F. Kennedy -A Life in Pictures”, page 198; “Columbus Dispatch” 11/20/88; NBC, etc. 7/99 re: death of JFK Jr.)
32) James K. “Jack” Fox (PRS photographer; served in the agency during Truman era; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, as a clerk in PRS; interviewed by HSCA [8/7/78: outside contact report] and Mark Crouch; deceased 1987)
33) Stanley B. Galup (joined the Secret Service in 1962 at the age of 46 [83 in 1999]—The former Detroit police officer and monk was immediately posted to Hyannis Port, Mass., to guard the Kennedys’ summer home; 23 years as a special officer with the U.S. Secret Service—He was assigned to guard facilities in which presidents and vice presidents stay or visit. In 1975, Galup received a transfer to the Detroit office of the Secret Service and worked there until he retired in 1985; Detroit Free Press, 7/23/99)
34) Kenneth S. Giannoules (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Nixon era: INTERPOL National Central Bureau Chief, Dept. of the Treas.)
35) Morgan L. Gies (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Garage Detail; had been Truman’s driver in Washington, D.C.; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
36) John J. Giuffre (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Kiddie detail: from Indianapolis [and Dallas] Office [s]; Ford era: SAIC of an office)
37) Arthur Lincoln Godfrey (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; ATSAIC; He served in the Army in Europe during World War II, and his decorations included a Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He received the Silver Star for rescuing a soldier and carrying him back to friendly lines in Italy while under enemy fire; MSU graduate; member of WHD Truman to Nixon; a recipient of the Treasury Department’s Albert Gallatin Award ;took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; retired July 1974; mentioned in McNally’s book, p. 120; pictured on pages 62, 66, 67 & 102 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; p. 176 of Darwin Horn’s book; interviewed for “The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon” by Anthony Summers (Penguin USA, 2001), including picture; the official photographer for the AFAUSSS; deceased 5/12/02)
38) James R. “Jim” Goodenough (V.P. LBJ Detail [see also 16 H 950-951; p. 93 of Youngblood's book] LBJ era: assigned to Luci Johnson’s detail; in Secret Service from August 1959 until April 1985)
39) David B. Grant (1978, V.P. Protective Detail; p. 233 of Youngblood’s book re: advance for Nixon’s first inaugural w/ Livingood; interviewed by HSCA [2/3/78, 3/15/78: executive session]; short comment in “Mortal Error” 1992; pictured on page 95 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; brother-in-law: fellow former agent Clinton J. Hill!)
40) William R. Greer (garage; served in the Navy during WWII—in 1944 assigned to FDR’s yacht the Potomac; transferred to the Secret Service in 1946; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; retired in 1966; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; interviewed by FBI (11/22 and 11/27/63), Warren Commission [3/9/64], William Manchester [11/19/64], Jim Bishop, David Lifton 11/20/67 & 1/18/71, Walt Brown 1970, researchers for Newcomb/Adams 12/6/70 & 6/26/71, HSCA [1/4/78: outside contact report, 2/28/78, 9/6/78: outside contact report, and 12/4/78: outside contact report], Robert Milner 1978-1985, and “Asheville-Citizen Times” 11/6/83; deceased 2/23/85; first wife Ethel passed away 1969; son, Richard; second wife: Mary Finger)
41) James H. “Jim” Griffith (WFO, 1950’s; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955;Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, as a ASAIC of the WFO; 1961 [3 HSCA 400]; later became SAIC of Cincinnati office; pictured on page 63 & 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
42) Dennis R. Halterman (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; deceased 1988); Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 4/27/05: “Dennis died a terrible death w/brain cancer.”
43) Ned Hall II (1962: WFO [3 HSCA 401, 420]; assisted Bill Duncan in protective forces training at the Training Division in the summer of 1967; deceased 8/11/98)
44) Harvey Henderson (on WHD “thru most of the 1950’s” [according to Coughlin] and was there until at least early 1962; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; nicknamed “The Birmingham Baron”; later, ASAIC of Birmingham, AL office; pictured on page 70 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book [in Burbank photo, arm out stretched toward the car]; deceased 1/94)
45) George W. Hickey, Jr. (garage; in Service from 1963 to 1971—Pres. And V.P. details; interviewed by HSCA [6/15/78]; sued and lost re: “Mortal Error”;deceased)
46) Clinton J. Hill (retired in July 1975 as Assistant Director at the age of 43; interviewed by Warren Commission [3/9/64], interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [11/18/64 and 5/20/65] and “60 Minutes” 12/7/75 and 11/93; 12/63 newsreel re: Treasury award (w/ C. Douglas Dillon as presenter), “Who Killed JFK-The Final Chapter?” (CBS, 11/19/93), “The Secret Service” and “Inside The Secret Service” videos 1995; “Inside The U.S. Secret Service” documentary 2004; “Larry King Live,” 3/22/06; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; wife’s name: Gwen Brown; 2 sons; brother-in-law: fellow former agent David B. Grant!)
47) John C. “Jack” Holtzhauer (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; V.P. LBJ Detail 1961; part of the Counterfeit Division in 1969; p. 89 of Youngblood’s book; p. 162 of Darwin Horn’s book; deceased 10/19/98)
48) Andrew M. Hutch (former member of WH Police; WHD/ garage: 11/18/63 onward [shift reports]; Ford era: still WHD; p. 241 of Youngblood’s book; deceased 1991)
49) Jim Jeffries (First Lady Detail; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; WHD: Ike; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on pages 62, 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
50) Thomas Lemuel “Lem” Johns (born 12/11/25; 1978, Spec. Asst. to HEW Sec. Joseph Califano; retired from Secret Service in May 1975 after serving 21 years; also served two years with Alcohol & Tobacco Tax Unit; served first in the Birmingham, AL office; 1957-1959: Chicago Office; 1959-1960: WHD; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; 1960: transferred to Atlanta, GA office; 1960-1963: called back to serve on the WHD in connection with protection matters at Middleburg, VA [Kennedy residence] and Hyannis port, MA; 1962: V.P. LBJ’s Detail; ATSAIC; ASAIC; Member of Inauguration Detail for LBJ, 1965; 1967 Assist. Dir. for Protective Forces; 1968: head of Protective Force; 1969: transferred back to Birmingham, AL office as SAIC until retired in May 1975; his son served on the WHD late 1970′s to ?; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [11/19/64]; interviewed by HSCA [8/8/78]; 1999 comments to “Newsday” [2])
51) Richard E. Johnsen (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Carter era: ASAIC of Dignitary Protective Division; interviewed by HSCA [6/14/78]; retired in 1979; short comment in “Mortal Error” 1992; pictured in David Lifton’s “Best Evidence” [photo 42 B] and on page 82 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
52) John Paul Jones (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; V.P. LBJ Detail 1961; first assignment was Ike’s grandkids; protected four presidents and drove Jackie Kennedy to the hospital for the birth of her son John pp. 64-65 of Youngblood’s book; spent 25 years with the Secret Service, working with presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon. He also was head of the Albuquerque Secret Service office twice before his retirement in 1979; deceased March 2004)
53) Radford W. “Rad” Jones (WHD: 11/12/63 onward [shift reports]; retired in 1983 after 20 years of service; during his career, had been in charge of the Seattle, Washington and Alaska operations, served as a supervisor in a number of field offices and headquarters divisions. He was also assigned to Presidential, Vice Presidential, and foreign dignitary protective details. He was responsible for security coordination during the 1976 Presidential inauguration and three political conventions; teachs at the School of Criminology, MSU [graduate 1962]; Manager of Security Department for Ford Motor Company and, like Burke & Blaine, a member of the Overseas Security Advisory Council-OSAC—for the U.S. Department of State; also a Security Administration instructor at MSU)
54) Kent Dolson Jordan (First Lady Detail: temporary assignment from WFO from 11/15/63 until at least 11/23/63 [shift reports])
55) Dale E. Keaner (WHD: from 11/23/63 until ? [11/63 shift reports])
56) Brooks T. Keller (Nixon era: SAIC of St. Louis office; also had been assigned to the WH, Oklahoma City office, and the Paris office; becamen SAIC of Liaison with law enforcement agencies and the news media for the NY office by the late 1970′s; mentioned in McCarthy’s book and Venker’s book; Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 2/29/04: “Now Brooks was a legend. When told to catch the next available transport back to the USA from Paris (for a discipline problem) he took the Queen Mary (8 days!) There are hundreds of stories about Brooks. He used to brag that he applied for a job as a life guard @ Ocean City, Md and the SS and he was turned down by Ocean City!!”; deceased)
57) Roy H. Kellerman (ASAIC; 1941 to Dec. 1968; Kellerman was not White House Detail until 1942 and continued through 1951, and then returned to WHD in 1955: joined the Detroit office of the Service in 12/41, transferred 2/9/42 to the Washington, D.C. field office after a 30 day assignment in the Cincinnati office, 4/17/42 became member of White House Detail, 2/7/51 transferred to Indianapolis office, 2/1/55 went back to the White House Detail; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; on 1/8/65 was made Deputy to Assist. Director of Protective Forces replacing Boring and retired from the Service 12/68 as Assistant Administrator of the Service; interviewed by the FBI (11/22 and 11/27/63), the Warren Commission [3/9/64], Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [11/17/64 and 5/12/65], Walt Brown 1970, Newcomb/ Adams 1970, CFTR radio 1976, and the HSCA [8/24-8/25/77 and 12/1/78]; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; deceased 3/22/84; wife’s name: June; 2 daughters, ages 17 and 20 in 1964)
58) Thomas J. Kelley (Inspector; had been ASAIC of WFO in the 1950’s; left the WFO during the summer of 1955 to become the SAIC of the Philadelphia office; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; Instructor at Secret Service School, 1955; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; ASAIC of WFO, mid-1950’s; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; became Asst. Dir. of Investigations in 1965; 1968: head of Protective Intelligence; Assist. Dir.: retired in Feb. 1978 along with Peterson; attended AFAUSS conference in 1973; interviewed by the Warren Commission, Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [10/9/64], Jim Bishop (?), 5/19/70 letter to Harold Weisberg ["Post Mortem", p. 274], and the HSCA [8/18/78, 8/30/78: deposition, 9/19/78: testimony]; pictured on pages 58, 63, 64, 83 & 107 of the AFAUSS book from 1991; deceased; wife’s name: Helen)
59) Samuel A. Kinney (garage; appointed to D.C. Metropolitian Police Dept. in 1950; assigned to Uniformed Division/ WH Police Force in 1958; appointed to the Secret Service in 1960; retired in 1967; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [2/19/65]; interviewed by HSCA [2/26/78]; short comments in “Mortal Error” 1992; “Today” show
11/22/93;deceased 7/21/97; wife’s name: Hazel)
60) Jerry D. Kivett (in Secret Service from 9/8/61 to 3/31/82; V.P. LBJ Detail; 12/63: assigned to Lady Bird’s detail; Ford era: SAIC of Atlanta office; picture in Lady Bird Johnson’s book, “White House Diary,” Funk & Wagnall’s Publishing Co., 1970; retired from Georgia Power Company on 3/31/00)
61) Clarence Knetsch (SAIC of LBJ Ranch; with LBJ back in 1961; came from the San Antonio field office; mentioned in Youngblood’s book and LBJ Library Oral History; deceased)
62) H. Stuart “Stu” Knight (SAIC of V.P. LBJ Detail; in Service from Truman to Reagan; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [conducted protective survey jointly with WFO SAIC James M. Beary]; became ASAIC of Los Angeles Field Office, 1966-1969—Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/8/04: “He was never the SAIC but he could have been Acting SAIC from 9/69 to 1/70”; became Director in September 1973, replacing Rowley; replaced as Director in 1981 by John R. Simpson; mentioned frequently in Youngblood’s book; contacted several times during HSCA era; also mentioned in Youngblood’s, McCarthy’s, Venker’s, and Horn’s books on the Service; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991)
63) Robert L. Kollar (1978, ASAIC Ford Protective Detail; appointed to Secret Service 7/23/62: Los Angeles office; 12/2/62: assigned to V.P. LBJ’s Detail; 1963-July 1969: WHD; 7/27/69: went back to Los Angeles office; interviewed by HSCA [3/1/78]; mentioned in Youngblood’s, McCarthy’s, and Horn’s books on the Service; wife’s name: Eve)
64) Jackson N. Krill (OSS; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Kansas City office of Secret Service re: protection of the Trumans; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Chief Inspector: debriefed agents after the assassination [inc. Robert Jamison-see his HSCA interview]; Asst. Dir. of Inspections; aided in the re-organization of the Service after the Warren Commission made its recommendations; mentioned by Rowley during his Truman Library Oral History; pictured on page 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 1/20/00)
65) Paul E. Landis, Jr. (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; First Lady Detail; up to LBJ era—in Service for 5 years; Contacted by HSCA [2/17/79: outside contact report; see HSCA Report, page 606]; 1988: V.P. of Knutsen Machine Products in Cleveland, OH;”Columbus Dispatch” 11/20/88; interviewed for“Just Jackie: Her Private Years” by Edward Klein, Ballantine Books, 1999)
66) Elmer C. Lawrence (PRS; WFO, circa 1954-1955; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
67) Winston George Lawson (1978, SAIC Liaison Division; joined Secret Service 10/59, entering the Syracuse, NY office; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; WHD: 3/61; interviewed by Warren Commission [4/23/64] and HSCA [1/31/78, 4/21/78]; pictured on page 101 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; short comments in “Mortal Error” 1992; “Inside The Secret Service” video 1995; “The Secret Service” by Melanson 2002; wife’s name: Barbara)
68) Donald J. Lawton (1978, Intelligence Division; still in Secret Service as of 11/22/97)
69) J. Leroy Lewis (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Forgery Section; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; deceased)
70) Robert E. Lilley (from election night until 10/63; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; went to Boston office; 20+ years in the Secret Service; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/8/04: “Bob Lilley was the SAIC in St Louis in about 1978”)
71) Wilson “Bill” Livingood (born 10/1/36; MSU grad, 1961; Dallas office: 8/8/61 to 11/62; V.P. LBJ Detail 11/62-11/63; WHD 11/63 to 1977? [1969: ATSAIC; 1974:ASAIC]; 1978: became an Inspector; 1982: SAIC of Houston office; Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Training in 1986; subsequently served as Executive Assistant to the Director from 1989 until his retirement in January 1995; the last agent on active duty when President Kennedy was assassinated; personal highlight was advancing President Nixon’s historic trip to China; CBS 1994+1998-1999; mentioned in Youngblood’s book; Sgt. At Arms of the House of Representatives during Clinton/Bush years: appointed 1/4/95; As Sergeant-at-Arms, he oversees all security issues related to the Speaker of the House, the Congressional Leadership, all Members of Congress, and physical security of the Capitol and House Office Buildings. He also is chief protocol officer of the House, and has the privilege of announcing the arrival of the President and other special guests for the State of the Union address; interviewed for “Just Jackie: Her Private Years” by Edward Klein, Ballantine Books, 1999)
72) James M. Mastrovito (in Secret Service 1959-1979; 1960-1962: WHD; summer of 1962: went to Charleston, WV office; Deputy, Intelligence Div. For 10 years before becoming the director a few years before he retired; in charge of the JFK assassination file at the Secret Service in the 1970’s; 4/1/97 ARRB interview)
73) Lynn S. Meredith (Kiddie detail; became the Assistant to the Director of Training [Howard Anderson] for the Training Division, in charge of administration, in the summer of 1967; in the Secret Service from 1951 to 1983; pictured in Gallagher’s book; no relation to Lynn E. Meredith)
74) Richard “Dick” Metzinger (WHD: 11/10/63 to 11/23/63, returning to field office [shift reports]; Former agent Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 2/22/04:“Dick Metzinger worked a while w/us on the V.P. Detail. I recall he was a temp (maybe permanent) from Baltimore F.O. and resigned early in his career.”)
75) Gerard B. “Jerry” McCann (ASAIC during Truman/ Ike years; went to Cincinnati office afterward; worked 33 years for the Secret Service, beginning in 1936 as a clerk in his native Scranton, Pa. He later became a special agent and
served on the White House detail during the Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower administrations; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Inspector; later, Deputy Assistant to the Director [around 1967]; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; interviewed for “Truman” 1992; mentioned on p. 18 of Youngblood’s book; pictured on page 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/27/04: “Gerry McCann was my shift leader for about one year then he was transferred to Cincinnati as the SAIC and Floyd Boring took over his shift.”; deceased)

76) John J. McCarthy (WHD: 11/10/63 to 11/23/63, returning to field office, most likely Washington [shift reports])
77) William “Tim” McIntyre (born 5/13/35; married with four children; arrived at the WHD in the fall of 1963 from a two-man office in Spokane, WA; 1978, Inspector; interviewed by HSCA
[1/31/78], “The Dark Side of Camelot”, ABC 12/4/97 and 1/28/98)
78) Chester J. Miller (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, for PRS; ASAIC of PRS; SAIC San Diego CA office, 1970′s)
79) Edward Morey (WHD: at least 11/1/63 thru 11/23/63 [shift reports])
80) Larry Newman (joined the Service in 1960; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; assigned to the WHD in October 1961; left the WHD in October 1963, not long before the assassination—went to the San Francisco, CA office [and, allegedly, the WFO]; worked in Secret Service field offices on the West Coast for the next twenty years; became chief of security for Western Union after retiring; also worked for the IRS and DEA; “The Dark Side of Camelot”,ABC 12/4/97 and 1/28/98; interviewed for “Just Jackie: Her Private Years” by Edward Klein, Ballantine Books, 1999; no relation to JFK friend with same name)
81) Joseph E. Noonan, Jr. (born 9/11/30; came to this office on 11/2/59; remained there until 2/61: transferred to WHD; 6/62: transferred back to Chicago; as of 4/78, in charge of intelligence operations for the Chicago office; 6/78: transferred to Los Angeles, CA office; interviewed by HSCA [4/13/78, 7/14/78:deposition])
82) Howard K. Norton (PRS photographer; in Austin 11/22/63, plus photographed limousine 11/23/63; according to Dale Wunderlich: “[Norton was] the first“Security Technician” that was hired by the USSS. He was retired from the Air Force where I believe that he was a Sergeant Major in OSI. He was never a Special Agent, but was extremely knowledgeable in the field of electronics and electronic countermeasures. In fact, I was told by a friend of his that he was one of the technicians that discovered the resonance cavity that the Russians planted in the U.S.
seal that was given to the U. S. Ambassador to Moscow, Russia.”)
83) Roy (Gene) Nunn (WHD: 11/11/63 up to at least 11/23/63 [shift reports]; had been on JFK”s Nashville trip 5/18/63; retired around 1975; went to work for FEMA)
84) John J. “Muggsy” O’Leary (driver/ luggage; from JFK’s Senate days; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [11/10/64]; picture in Gallagher’s book; deceased)
85) Ernest E. Olsson, Jr. (Carter era: Inspection Division headquarters; interviewed by HSCA [6/12/78])
86) Gerald W. O’Rourke (WHD: 11/11/63 onward [shift reports])
87) Joseph Paolella (in Secret Service from Ike to LBJ; allegedly first agent of Italian descent to be assigned to WHD; WHD & Chicago office; left agency in 1964 due to dislike of LBJ; “The Dark Side of Camelot”, ABC 12/4/97; now a private detective and polygraph examiner)
88) Jack Parker (1961) ([see 3 HSCA 400] Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, as a member of the WFO; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04: “Jack Parker who was one notch ahead of me on the Detail. He worked for Gerry McCann and Floyd Boring when McCann left for Cincinnati. Jack ultimately went into PRS and was there during 1968. That was a difficult assignment. He is now deceased, having expired early in life. He smoked like a chimney”; deceased)
89) Paul J. Paterni (OSS; joined the Secret Service in 1933; Truman-Ike: SAIC of San Francisco office, then went to Chicago in approx. 1957 as SAIC, replacing Anheier; Deputy Chief as of 1/31/61, replacing Daniels; into LBJ era [see also 5 H 67; 7 H 354, 403; 13 H 65]; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; “The Arrogance of Power” by Anthony Summers, page 560; deceased 1984)
90) William B. “Bill” Payne (LBJ era: was advance man for 5/64 Atlanta trip [Youngblood's book, pages 160, 162]; mentioned on the AF1 tapes 11/22/63 w/ Burke; pictured on page 117, to the right of Lawson, in Lois Anderson’s book“John F. Kennedy”; mentioned by Bill Moyers on A&E 1992; deceased)
91) Burrill A. Peterson (Inspector; 1968: made head of Investigations; joined the agency in 1941; WHD: FDR era; 1945: joined Army and served in the War Crimes Trial; returned to the Secret Service in 1946; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; retired in February 1978 as an Assistant Director [held this position since at least 1971], along with Kelley; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President”[10/9/64, 11/17/64, 11/18/64, 2/5/65]; p. 12 of “Secret Service Chief”; p. 176 of “Special Agent”; pages 259-260 of “Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye”; pictured on pages 62, 63, 103 & 133 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “Mr. Peterson was responsible for me going to Paris. I had been in L.A. for almost 20 years and they wanted me to leave. Go some other place and I didn’t want to leave. Working with Bob Powis was as good as it got…but later I was delighted that Mr. Peterson asked me to go. He groomed quite a few people who later became the Director or Deputy Director. A nice person”; deceased 11/6/95; wife’s name: Virginia)
92) Max D. Phillips (PRS; had been on Ike’s “grandkiddie” detail along with Bert de Freese—”Secret Service Chief”, p. 140; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; in Service up to Carter era [see also 23 H 418]—HSCA era: Sacramento, CA office)
93) Walter Pine (PRS; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; former agent Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/25/04: “Walter Pine was the brother-in-law to Chief Baughman and I believe he worked the WFO and PRS”; deceased)

94) Ronald M. Pontius (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Member of Inauguration Detail for LBJ, 1965; up to/ inc. Ford era WHD—involved in Sarah Jane Moore investigation in 1975; mentioned in Melanson’s book, p. 64, Youngblood’s book, p. 195[re: Australia trip], and “The Flying White House”, p. 94; pictured on pages 85,87, 95, & 96 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; 20+ years in the Secret Service); Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 4/26/05: “Pontius a great guy. Still lives in San Clemente.” For his part, Dar Horn wrote the author on 5/3/05: “I believe Ron Pontius does Ron lives out here in San Clemente, I believe. I speak to him via telephone on occasion.”
95) John David “Jack” Ready (born 8/12/27; assigned to Secret Service Spring 1961: assigned to WHD, with temporary assignments at Hyannis port and Palm Beach; WHD: 1961-1968; 1968-1978: San Diego office, V.P. Agnew Detail, Dr. Kissinger Detail, Watergate & White House tapes; 1978, ASAIC, Nixon Protective Division) interviewed by HSCA [3/1/78]; contacted by author of“Mortal Error” 1992: refused to discuss matter; p. 226 of Darwin Horn’s book)
96) Emory P. Roberts (ATSAIC; served on the WHD during the Truman era; on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President”[12/4/64 and 4/26/65]; deceased 10/8/73; wife’s name: Betty; two sons: Douglas& amp; Steven)
97) Wade J. Rodham (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Kennedy Residence in Atoka/ Middleburg, VA; up to at least LBJ era; mentioned in Dorman’s book and Youngblood’s book re: V.P. Nixon/ Caracas, 5/13/58; pictured on page 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 1983)
98) Chief James Joseph “Jim” Rowley (FBI 1937-1938; joined the Secret Service 9/12/38;
became a member of the WHD 1939; SAIC 1946-Sept. 1961; Chief/ Director [title changed in 1965]: Sept. 1, 1961- September 1973; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed by the Warren Commission; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [5/1/64]; Jim Bishop; LBJ Library 1/22/69; Truman Library 9/20/88; interviewed by the HSCA [8/18/78: deposition, 8/24/78: deposition, 9/19/78: testimony]; “Truman” 1992; short comments in“Mortal Error” 1992; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; deceased 11/1/92; Secret Service training facility in Beltsville,MD named after Rowley; wife of 52 years, the former Mabel Rita Cluen of Leisure World; 3 daughters- Claudia Dailey of Columbia, Linda Graham of Chevy Chase [MD], and Donna Ryan of Alexandria [VA]; brother- Rev. Francis P. Rowley, S.J. of Blauvelt, NY; sister- Marge Borise of Greenwich, Conn.; 8 grandchildren.)
99) Paul S. Rundle (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; ATSAIC of V.P. LBJ Detail [see also 16 H 950-951; 18 H 814; p. 93 of Youngblood's book]; Paris Office, approx. 1965; became Assistant Director of special agent training at the Training Division in the summer of 1967; SAIC of Protective Forces [5/74]; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/1/04:“Rundle was never the SAIC of the WHD. He did become DAD [Deputy Assistant Director] of Protection which kind of stepped over the SAIC of the WHD.”)
100) Henry J. “Hank” Rybka (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, as a Special Officer [SO]: drove one of the two follow-up cars; garage; pictured on page 85 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 12/25/75 [according to Lawson)
101) Michael J. Shannon (V.P. LBJ Detail)
102) Anthony Sherman, Jr. (in Secret Service 1958-1980; on WHD 9/61-10/63; transferred to Spokane, WA office shortly before JFK's assassination; retired as SAIC of the San Franciso Field Office; "The Dark Side of Camelot", ABC 12/4/97, "Dateline" 3/98)
103) Thomas B. Shipman (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; driver; see "A Million Miles of Presidents", p. 211; pictured on page 69 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 10/14/63)
104) Robert R. “Bob” Snow (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [12/10/04 e-mail from Snow to author: “what the official report doesn't show was that I was DAMN cold while standing post between 14th and 15th.”]; retired in 1992 after 33 years in the service; P.R./ Headquarters; consultant to “ILOF”movie, as well as “The American President,” “Absolute Power,” “Contact,” “Air Force One,” and “Dick”; Snow wrote the author on 3/9/04: “During the Kennedy and Johnson years I was working in the Secret Service office in Buffalo, NY. Counterfeiting and forgeries of Government obligations was my major concern at the time…I went to Washington in 1966 but continued in the criminal areas of Secret Service responsibility. I was assigned to the White House during the Ford and Carter years and then went to Headquarters.”)
105) Frank G. Stoner (went to American University; in the Secret Service from December 1945 until June 1969 [Truman to Nixon]; PRS Liaison Officer [see also 5 H 581]; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Member of Inauguration Detail for Ike, 1957; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Member of Inauguration Detail for LBJ, 1965; 1962: WFO [see 3 HSCA 435]; LBJ era: author of report regarding Antonio Andres Rodriquez Y Eschazabal [12/15/64 Memorandum from Stoner to Elliot Thacker], Information and Liaison [6/23/66 Uteg Report; 10/12/66 Memorandum from Stoner to Ronald Towns]; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; wife’s name: Elaine Davenport; former agent Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/27/04: “I believe that he worked the St. Louis office for a long tine and that he was transferred to Washington to work with Harold Polenz in the Travel Voucher Section. Frank must be in his late 80′s by now. He must have joined Polenz somewhere about 1955 or 56.”)
106) Stewart G. “Stu” Stout, Jr. (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; ATSAIC; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; picture appears in Mark North’s “Act of Treason”; pictured on the cover of Darwin Horn’s book; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/27/04: “Stu Stout was Mrs. Eisenhower’s No. 1 agent. A no nonsense person who worked with Don Burke for many years with Mrs. Eisenhower. Stu also was involved on the WHD in November 1, 1950 during the assassination attempt on Truman”; deceased December 1974 [according to Lawson])
107) William R. Straughn (WHD: 11/1/63-11/9/63[shift reports])
108) Samuel E. Sulliman (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Member of Inauguration Detail for LBJ, 1965; 1978, SAIC of New Haven, CT office; pictured on page 147, to the left of Behn, in Lois Anderson’s book “John F. Kennedy,”as well as in Mary Gallagher’s book [unidentified, smiling in doorway of trailer]; now VP of Corporate Development for SERAPH Inc.)
109) Cecil Taylor (PRS)
110) Charles E. Taylor, Jr. (V.P. LBJ Detail, 1961; member of WFO, 1950’s; on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; involved in limo inspection on 11/22/63 [as part of the WFO: CD 80; see also 3 HSCA 401]; March 1976 Affidavit to Church Committee; pictured on page 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/1/04: “I worked with him in WFO. We were good friends.”)
111) Robert H. “Bob” Taylor (Served on the WHD during the Truman era; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; V.P. Nixon’s detail, inc. in Caracas, Venezuela; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of WHD during part of LBJ time and most of Nixon’s presidency—let go by Haldeman in 1972 [along with Duncan] and moved to the Foreign Dignitaries Protection Detail of which he became the SAIC in 1977 (in between, became chief of security for Nelson Rockefeller); mentioned in McNally’s book, p. 120, and Youngblood’s book; see also”The Flying White House”, pp.260-261, Venker’s book pp. 56-58+149, McCarthy’s book pp. 201-202, Melanson’s book, p. 67 and 157; pictured on pages 67 & 102 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased, early 1980’s)
112) Warren “Woody” Taylor (assigned to Lady Bird: still in that position as of 8/3/67; Ford era: ASAIC of WHD; pictured in Lady Bird Johnson’s book “White House Diary” with Kivett; interviewed by HSCA [6/14/78]—by then, Dignitary Protective Division)
113) Elliot C. Thacker (Head Inspector of PRS [see also 5 H 581]; had been the SAIC of Richmond previously; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61, as a member of the WFO [ASAIC]; deceased)
114) Ken Thompson (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; member of Los Angeles Field office, approx. 1961-1962; WHD: 11/23/63 onward [shift reports]; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/1/04: “He was the best young agent that we ever had in Los Angeles. Fun to work with.”)
115) Michael W. Torina (Chief Inspector; became an agent during the FDR era; served on the WHD during the Truman era; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55 as an instructor; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; SAIC of Chicago office, 1964; spent 30 years in the Secret Service; Manchester, p. 32: 1961 interview; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended AFAUSS conference in 1973; pictured on pages 58 & 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “I did not interact with Mike Torina. I think that he was more of an administrative agent rather than a street agent.”)
116) Edward Z. Tucker (Kiddie Detail in 1961; later, Chicago office; in Service up to Nixon era;
interviewed by HSCA [1/19/78, 7/18/78: deposition, 8/22/78])
117) John F. “Jack” Walsh (V.P. LBJ Detail 1961; Kiddie Detail 1961; became SAIC of this detail April 1968; “Star” 6/28/94)
118) John W. “Jack” Warner, Jr. (III) (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Inspector; Public Affairs Office; at least up to Reagan era; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [6/2/64, 11/18/64, 2/5/65, and 5/12/65]; see p. 555 of “Post Mortem”; CFTR radio 1976; consultant on “ILOF” movie)
119) Glenn Weaver (WHD: Ike era; had been a member of the Los Angeles field office from at least 1960-1963; WHD: 11/23/63 start as per shift report; became SAIC of V.P. Elect Detail during 1964 campaign; SAIC of V.P. Detail; Nixon era: guarded former V.P. Humphrey in 1969;Carter era: SAIC of an office; see also p. 93 and 200 of Youngblood’s book; pictured on pages 85 & 91 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/8/04: “Glenn Weaver worked on IKE Detail and then came to LA. I think that he started in Detroit and then went to DC. After the WHD he came to LA and then was assigned to the LBJ Detail when he was VP. He was in Charge of HHH [Humphrey] Detail in 1968. He ended up as SAIC in Denver. We lived close together and worked a lot together. An excellent agent” For his part, Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 4/28/05: “Glenn & Warner [Brown] are 2 of my best five friends. Email them often and talk to them ( phone) monthly”)
120) Thomas Howard Wells (Kiddie detail; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [12/18/64]; pictured in Gallagher’s book; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Jacksonville native—now works in Tallahassee as chief of inspections for the Florida Highway Patrol, he and wife Shirley recently built a house in Ponte Vedra Beach; guarded the children from November 1962 until August 1964, spent 22 years in the Secret Service—Wells joined the Secret Service in 1959 after graduating from Florida State University. His assignments included the White House, the Vice President’s Office, field work and coordinating security for funerals for Presidents Truman and Johnson, as an inspector in the director’s office. He retired in 1981 to go into private industry. Over the next few years, he served as director of public safety for Alabama [1987-1991], traveled the country as a criminal justice consultant and was deputy comptroller for Florida; “20/20″, 7/99 [w/ 2 other agents] & Jacksonville Fl Times-Union 8/2/99)

121) Thomas White (PRS [HSCA document, 2/16/78, Robert O. Goff to Blakey])
122) Kenneth J. Wiesman (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; WHD: on shift reports 11/1/63 thru 11/23/63; later went to Austin office [26 H 30-31])
123) Edgar A.Wildy (Deputy Chief; formerly an Inspector; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; instructor for Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Denver office, 1930’s; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on pages 59& amp; 69 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
124) Carroll A. Winslow (secretary)
125) A. Dale Wunderlich (PRS; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; now part of an acclaimed security firm w/ Bill Duncan; former agent Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04: “Dale Wunderlich was on the LAPD and we recruited him. I did his background. He was a very knowledgeable young agent and left us after several years in D.C. and Denver. Still a good friend.” Horn later wrote the author on 2/28/04: “Wunderlich was one of my guys. I did his background. A very smart, intelligent good police officer. I didn’t know that he and [Bill] Duncan were affiliated in that business. Dale travels much of the time.)
126) John Frank Yeager (1957 graduate of Centre College; interviewed for “Just Jackie: Her Private Years” by Edward Klein, Ballantine Books, 1999)
127) Walter H. Young (PRS: head of files section; in 1965 was made Asst. Dir. for Protective Intelligence [see also 5 H 581]; deceased 1996)
128) Rufus Wayne Youngblood (ASAIC of V.P. LBJ Detail; joined the Secret Service in March 1951; started in the Atlanta, GA office; transferred to the WFO in Aug. 1952; joined the WHD in February 1953 and stayed until the end of 1957; went back to the Atlanta office from 1958-1960; at the end of 1960 came to Washington on a temporary assignment inc. as a member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; rejoined WHD March 1961; a few weeks later, became part of the V.P. LBJ Detail that at that time was part of the WFO; became one of the ASAIC’s of the WHD after the assassination; Member of Inauguration Detail for LBJ, 1965; went on to become the SAIC, then, in Nov. 1965, the Asst. Dir. of Protective Forces; Dec. 1967: Deputy Director until retired by Haldeman in 1971 (12/63 newsreel re: Treasury award ; see Venker’s book p. 45; interviewed by the Warren Commission [3/9/64]; interviewed for Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [11/17/64]; LBJ Library 12/17/68; his own book “20 Years in the Secret Service” [Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/1/04: “I read the book that Rufus wrote. He was a very good friend of mine. I liked his much better than Dennis' (McCarthy’s book).”]; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; 1992 Georgia Tech; Todd Vaughan 1992; “The Secret Service” video 1995; deceased 10/2/96 [served in the very same AF unit in WWII as Howard Donahue of "Mortal Error" fame!]; wife’s name: Peggy)
129) Charles T. “Chuck” Zboril (pictured on page 95 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; 20+ years in the Secret Service)
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MEMBERS OF UNIFORMED DIVISION/ WHITE HOUSE POLICE (WHP):[Unidentified WHP on p. 33 of "Alone With The President" by John Strasbaugh (Blast Books, 1994)]
130) JAMES M. CARTER- GARAGE DETAIL (11/3-11/17/63, replaced by Andrew M. Hutch 11/18/63)
131) JOHN F. NORRIS-1954-1973 (interviewed for Bill Sloan’s 1993 book “JFK: Breaking The Silence”; mentioned in H.E.L.’s “Killing The Truth”; deceased 4/30/03)
132) J.W. EDWARDS- INVOLVED IN LIMO INSPECTION NIGHT OF 11/22/63
133) J.C. ROWE- SAME AS ABOVE
134) [FNU] SNYDER- SAME AS ABOVE
135) [FNU] RUBENSTAL- SAME AS ABOVE
136) SGT. [FNU] BURKE- INVOLVED IN LIMO SECURITY NIGHT OF 11/22/63
137) [FNU] EDMUNDS- SAME AS ABOVE138) MAJOR RALPH C. “SMOKEY” STOVER- CHIEF OF WHP since Jan. 1958- RETIRED IN April 1967 (Replaced by Glenard Lanier; Mentioned in Youngblood’s book: pages 92, 183-184; mentioned in “Secret Service Chief”, p. 129; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; “It was Kennedy who nicknamed my dad `Smokey’ Stover. He named him after a comic strip at the time,” said Stover’s son, Jeff, 48, who followed in his father’s footsteps with the Secret Service, retiring four years ago. Stover- the only Secret Service agent in White House history to be promoted to “major and chief” by Congress-was born in 1911 in the tiny town of Elkhart, Ind.” [Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service; 1/26/2002; Rabin, Charles]; who protected five presidents during his 27 years in the Secret Service’s uniformed White House Police Force, died Thursday of cancer. He was 90. He joined in the White House Police Force in 1940 and served as chief of the group for nine years, witnessing the public and private lives of Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. Kennedy gave Stover the nickname “Smokey.” The Secret Service agent later
planned many of the details of President Kennedy’sfuneral procession. Stover retired from the White House force, then known as the U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division, in 1968. His younger son, Jeff Stover, followed his career path and together the father-son pair protected 11 presidents over 50 years. deceased 1/24/02)
139) SGT. T. MASCIO (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
140) SGT. H. KEENER
141) PVT. C. BATES
142) PVT. E. BROWN
143) Alexander BOHNAK (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; retired August 1962; passed away Jan 15, 2001)
144) PVT. N. DeGARIE
145) PVT. William C. “Bill” GEASA— (later drove follow-up car, LBJ era; pictured on page 85 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 1/24/01)
146) SGT. [FNU] DEVENS
147) PVT. [FNU] HORTON
148) SGT. R. RAYNER
149) PVT. S. HARRIS
150) [FNU] PIKULSKI
151) SGT. IRVING WATKINS
152) SPECIAL OFFICER (SO) LEONARD D. DRY, SR.- DRIVER (deceased)
153) SGT. [FNU] ROWECAMP
154) J.E. YOUNG (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
155) J.B. BOWLES, JR. (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
156) M.R. NAZARAWH (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
157) J.L. POLACHECK (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
158) W.A. WYCKOFF (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
159) L.F. NEWMAN (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
160) G. J. WELLS (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
161) J.J. COUGHLIN (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
162) LT. K. O. PRATT (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)

Part Three
Washington Field Office (WFO) agents (often on temporary assignment to WHD; 1-15):
(see also Faison, Griffith, Hall, Jamison, Kelley, Kent Jordan, Lawrence, Metzinger, McCarthy, O’Driscoll, Pine, Stoner, & Charles Taylor)

163) JAMES M. BEARY (WHD: FDR era; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55 as an instructor; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [conducted protective survey jointly with H. Stuart Knight]; pictured on pages 35, 36, 57, 63 & 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
164) HARRY W. GEIGLEIN (SAIC [3 HSCA 401 & CD 80]; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; had been SAIC of Chicago office [approx. 1961] and, before that, Louisville, KY; WHD: Truman era; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on page 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
165) ARVID J. DAHLQUIST- (1962 [3 HSCA 401]; Truman & Ike era: WHD; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; Ike era: SAIC of Columbus, OH and then New Orleans offices; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; picture on pages 60, 63, 64, 67, & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured on the cover of Darwin Horn’s book; deceased 8/1/01)
166) VICTOR J. GONZALEZ- INVOLVED WITH LIMO SECURITY NIGHT OF 11/22/63 ([CD 80]; see also 3 HSCA 403)
167) JOHN R. SIMPSON- INVOLVED WITH LIMO SECURITY NIGHT OF 11/22/63
(became head of Reagan’s 1968 detail; LATER BECAME SAIC OF WHD [CARTER ERA, AFTER DICK KEISER AND BEFORE JERRY PARR], AS WELL AS DIRECTOR/ CHIEF FROM 1981-1992; now head of U.S. Parole Commission; “Inside the Secret Service”video 1995; “Presidential Limousines” video re: talking to Bush and Reagan about new limo delivered to WH early 1989; pictured on pages 101 & 130 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
168) CLAUDE E. DAVIS, JR.- ALSO INVOLVED IN LIMO SECURITY NIGHT OF 11/22/63
[From another field office- temporary assignment; alos part of Marina Oswald detail]
169) RICHARD E. “DICK” KEISER- RODE IN FOLLOW-UP CAR BACK TO WH GARAGE ON NIGHT OF 11/22/63 W/ HICKEY (DRIVER) [LATER, SAIC OF WHD DURING PARTS OF NIXON, FORD, AND CARTER ADMIN.S: at least August 1974---was with Nixon the day he resigned--- to August 1978; Reagan era: Asst. Director for Inspection; Venker's book, p. 100, 114-115, and 176; pictured on p. 128 of "Alone With The President", behind Ford; pictured on page 122 of AFAUSSS book from 1991]
170) DONALD F. BRETT
171) GILBERT J. PARASCHOS- LIMO SECURITY NIGHT OF 11/22/63
172) MARTIN J. KENNEDY- SAME AS ABOVE
173) FRANK HANCOCK- SAME AS ABOVE
174) ROBERT R. KYANKO-in Secret Service through LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter, and
Reagan era; 1981: ASAIC of Intelligence Div. [see also 3 HSCA 401, 410, 412, 415, 425]
175) JOHN H. GRIMES ([22 H 115; 3 HSCA 401] Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; deceased)
176) ED WILLIAMS (member of this office approx. 1968)
177) ROGER C. WARNER (protected V.P. Humphrey; Carter era: ATSAIC WFO; interviewed by HSCA [5/25/78]; see also 20 H 445; 21 H 230 [as "Warren"]; pictured on page 88 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
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Part Four
TREASURY OFFICIALS:

178) C. DOUGLAS DILLON- SEC. OF THE TREASURY; ON A CABINET PLANE W/ SALINGER [Interviewed by the Warren Commission; interviewed for Manchester's book
"The Death of a President" 8/14/64; numerous television appearances]
179) A. GILMORE FLUSE- ASST. SEC. OF THE TREAS.- DISCHARGED 1961
180) ROBERT A. WALLACE- ASST. SEC. OF THE TREAS.; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
ATTENDING A LUNCHEON
181) G. d’ANDELOT BELIN- ACTING SEC. OF THE TREAS./ GENERAL COUNSEL [see also 18 H 810-815; 933-934] deceased
182) HENRY H. “JOE” FOWLER- UNDERSEC. OF THE TREAS.; replaced Dillon in 1965
(Joseph W. Barr replaced Fowler on 12/21/68) [Interviewed for Manchester's book "The Death of a President" 6/26/64]
183) ROBERT CARSWELL-SPEC. ASST. TO THE SEC. OF THE TREAS. until 1965
(interviewed by the Warren Commission 4/23/64)
184) WILLIAM T. HEFFELFINGER- HIGHEST RANKING TREAS. OFFICIAL-retired on
3/18/62
185) JAMES P. HENDRICK-BECAME DEPUTY ASST. SEC. 1962

Part Five
AGENTS FROM OTHER FIELD OFFICES TEMPORARILY ASSIGNED TO DALLAS OFFICE AFTER 11/22/63:
(See also Wunderlich, Giuffre, Phillips, Gopadze, Jamison, Bailey, Sherman, Moore, and Kelley)

186) GERALD S. “JERRY” PARR- FROM NASHVILLE, TN OFFICE [guarded Marguerite Oswald; LATER, SAIC OF WHD, CARTER-REAGAN; in Secret Service 1963 until Feb. 1985; "Air Force One: The Planes and the Presidents" video; blurb for Dennis McCarthy's 1985 book; interview for Venker's 1988 book; "Top Cops”episode (1994), "Inside The Secret Service" video (1995, Discovery channel), "The Secret Service" video (1995 History channel), “Inside The U.S. Secret Service” documentary 2004, 3/30/81 Reagan assassination attempt video---pushes Reagan into limo; "Larry King Live", 7/14/98 (w/ Tim McCarthy); Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 3/1/04: “Parr worked for me for 4yrs on the Humphrey Detail. A special person.”]
187) EDWARD E. MOORE- FROM ATLANTA, GA OFFICE (Nixon era: SAIC of Key
Biscayne, FL complex)
188) ARTHUR W. BLAKE- FROM DENVER, CO OFFICE ([see also 22 H 155]; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
189) WILLIAM N. CARTER- FROM LITTLE ROCK, AR OFFICE [see also 22 H 155 and“Keith Richards: The Biography” by Victor Bockris, Da Capo Press, 1998, page 234]
190) GARY R. SEALE- FROM MOBILE, AL OFFICE ([see 1 H 410; 23 H 442] Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
191) MARGARET LEE- FROM DENVER, CO OFFICE
192) UNUM BRADY- FROM KANSAS CITY, MO OFFICE [see also 25 H 657-658]
193) ROBERT E. CAMP- FROM COLUMBIA, SC OFFICE (son later served in Secret Service)
194) ALWYN W. DICKERSON- FROM LOUISVILLE, KY OFFICE ([on Marina Oswald detail; Truman era: SAIC of Knoxville, TN office]; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
195) GAYLE W. DOBISH- FROM SACRAMENTO, CA OFFICE (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
196) WINSTON J. GINTZ- FROM ST. LOUIS, MO OFFICE (still in agency in 1967; pictured on page 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
197) CARL F. HARDY- FROM SEATTLE, WA OFFICE (still a member of this office at least up to 1968)
198) LAWRENCE T. “LARRY” HESS- FROM LOS ANGELES, CA OFFICE (part of this office from at least 1963-1965; took part in LBJ’s inaugural in 1965 w/ Horn)
199) JAMES B. JOHNSON- FROM LOUISVILLE, KY OFFICE (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
200) JAMES W. LECKEY- FROM ST. PAUL, MN OFFICE (had been a member of the Los Angeles office)
201) MAURICE A. MILLER- FROM MEMPHIS, TN OFFICE [see also 22 H 155] (same as the “ASAIC Miller” who was a Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61?)
202) ANNIE M. ROGERS- FROM OKLAHOMA CITY, OK OFFICE
203) MILTON S. “MILT” SCHEUERMAN- FROM SACRAMENTO, CA OFFICE (had been an agent in the Los Angeles office in the early 1950’s; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; wife’s name: Carol)
204) NORMAN SHERIDAN-Spokane WA office (on Marina Oswald detail; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on pages 62 & 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
205) FRANK D. SLOCUM-From Los Angeles, CA office (Member of WHD during Ike years; became SAIC of Honolulu, Hawaii office in October 1966: retired from this position on 9/26/75 [replaced by Dick Lefler]; pictured on page 67 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
Part Six
MISCELLANEOUS FIELD OFFICES

CHICAGO OFFICE (2-1):
(See also Johns, De Freese, Bolden, Geiglein, Noonan, Paolella, Paterni, Torina& amp; Tucker)


206) Harry D. Anheier, Sr. (started in Secret Service in 1933; SAIC, Truman-Ike era; replaced approx. 1957 by Paterni; became SAIC of New Orleans office; confusingly, Mike Torina, in a letter to the author dated 2/23/04, wrote:“Harry retired from the Secret Service in late 1956 or early 1957”; deceased, late 1950’s; son: Harry, Jr.)
207) James T. Burke (Member of WHD during Truman era; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; Acting SAIC in early 1963 before transferring to Detroit, MI as SAIC; Inspector, LBJ era; Ford era: was Assist. Director of Protective Intelligence involved with investigations of Ford assassination attempts and handling JFK assassination information inquiries [10/28/75 Memorandum from SAIC Jordan to Assist. Director Burke- Protective Intelligence]; still Asst. Dir. in 1978/ HSCA-Carter era; pictured on pages 62 & 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
208) John H. Hanly (SAIC in early 1963, replacing Burke; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61;later became SAIC of Paris, France office; Truman era: NY office agent; Ike era: SAIC of Baltimore office; pictured on page 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
209) Lilburn E. “Pat” Boggs (became SAIC in October 1966, replacing Torina; 30 years in the Service; agent in Los Angeles office, early 1950’s; WHD: Truman to Ike; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; ASAIC of Los Angeles office; SAIC of Albuquerque, NM office; in 1969 became Asst. Dir. of Protective Forces; retired in 1978 as Deputy Director; deceased 10/16/94; mentioned in McCarthy’s book; pictured on pages 67, 70, 83 & 101 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04:“Lilburn (Pat) Boggs was one of the best agents of all time. We worked Los Angeles together as young agents and then made the Detail together. He for the second time…me for the first. He became the ASAIC in Los Angeles in 1960 to 1966 and then took over Chicago for the 1968 Convention. Some fun.”)
210) Richard “Dick” Jordan (SAIC, 1978; same as the “R. Jordan” who was a Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61?)
211) Maurice G. Martineau (1954: SAIC Grand Rapids, MI; 1955-1961: SAIC Milwaukee, WI; 1961-2/63: Kansas City, MO [see p. 81 from Youngblood's book]; 2/63: ASAIC; Acting SAIC; in Secret Service from 1940-1972; 1969-1972:Inspector; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; interviewed by HSCA [2/1/78, 3/15/78: executive session])
212) J. Lloyd Stocks (born 6/21/27; ASAIC; 1978, Detroit office; 1956: Springfield, IL office, then WFO; 1957: Chicago office; 1958: PRS; 1960: Chicago; 1970: Kansas City office; 1975-at least 1978: Detroit office; interviewed by the Chicago Independent 11/75 and by HSCA [4/12/78]; deceased)
213) Robert J. Motto (interviewed by the Chicago Independent 11/75 and by the HSCA [12/30/77]; deceased 3/19/02; who protected five presidents in his 21-year career, died Tuesday, March 19, 2002, in his Downers Grove, Illinois, home after a heart attack. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr. Motto attended City College of New York and served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1946 in counterintelligence. After the war, he was an investigator with the U.S. Postal Servicein New York. Mr. Motto joined the Secret Service in 1949 and over the years worked in field offices in St. Louis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Springfield and
Washington, D.C. He retired in 1970 as the assistant to the special agent in charge of the Chicago field office. Mr. Motto and his late brother Carmine, also a Secret Service agent, were renowned for their undercover work, colleagues and family members said. “Both my dad and my uncle were very, very low-key people,” said Mr. Motto’s niece, Irene Kaufman. “I think that’s what helped them both be very successful undercover agents.” During his Secret Service career, Mr. Motto solved several counterfeiting cases, and he had numerous adventures guarding presidents, recalled his longtime neighbor, Terry
Mejdrech. Mr. Motto used to tell the story about how he once had to tackle President Harry Truman when there was some gunfire outside of where Truman was staying and Mr. Motto thought the president was too near the window, Mejdrech said. In the excitement, Mr. Motto yelled and actually swore at Truman, she said. “The next day, he thought he was going to be fired for sure,” Mejdrech said. “But Truman thanked him profusely.” After his career with the Secret Service, Mr. Motto held several state and local police jobs and worked as a private investigator, retiring fully only about five years ago.)
214) Thomas D. Strong (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; contacted by the Chicago Independent 11/75)
215) Steven B. Maynard (Took part in the Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; deceased)
216) James S. Griffiths (born 8/17/34; 1978, SAIC Special Investigations; started in agency 8/61 in Chicago office; interviewed by HSCA [2/1/78]; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/8/04: “James S. Griffiths did start in Chicago, went to Paris and then came to LA as an AT. He would then go back as SAIC in SI& amp; SD and then ultimately end up in Denver as SAIC. We were very close and still are when he was in LA. His wife and my wife were two of a kind. Very smart and verbal. Both have contracted diseases that render them less than verbal- Jim and Bonnie now live in New Jersey”)
217) Louis B. Sims (born 7/9/34; entered Secret Service in 4/61 and assigned to Chicago office until 1/64; 1/64-12/65: WFO; 12/65-7/69: Intelligence Division; 7/69-11/72: Liaison Section; 11/72-9/74: Technical Security Division; 9/74 until at least 5/78: Chief of Interpol; interviewed by HSCA [5/22/78])
218) John E. Russell, Jr.
219) Garry M. McLeod (in Chicago office until 9/65: transferred to Intelligence Division, remaining in this position into early Nixon era; 1969: assigned to Liaison Div., remaining in this position into the Ford era; 1/76: transferred to Portland, OR office; never a member of the
WHD; interviewed by HSCA [3/6/78])
220) Conrad C. Cross (African-American; interviewed by HSCA [4/14/78])
221) John Gorman (FBI, HSCA era)
222) James Plichta (took part in security of Kennedy family right after RFK assassination; deceased)
223) Nemo Ciochina
224) Elaine J. Shelhamer (clerical staff)
225) Sandra J. Lipetra (clerical staff)
226) Rosemary Lacey
227) June Marie Terpinas (secretary; still there into 1978)
228) Mary Cooney (clerical aide; deceased)
229) Charlotte A. Klapkowski (born 10/30/26; clerk-steno, 6/4/51-8/9/71; transferred to WFO; as of 3/78, Admin. Aide in Intelligence Div.; interviewed by HSCA [3/13/78])
230) Carol (Schultz) Dean
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MIAMI OFFICE (3-11):
231) SAIC John A. “Doggie” Marshall (served 6- and- a- half years in the Pennsylvania State Police, serving with Floyd Boring [Stu Stout was also a member]; entered the Secret Service on 6/30/41; served in military from 12/41 until 5/45, then served in the WHD until 12/45; transferred to the WFO for 5 years; appointed SAIC of Miami office in 1950 and remained in that position until retiring in 1971; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed by HSCA [2/2/78]; pictured in Melanson’s 2002 book)
232) Talmadge W. Bailey (1978, SAIC Charlotte, NC office; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed by HSCA [3/1/78])
233) [FNU] Nugent
234) William M. McCord (Served with Secret Service Februrary 1964-June 1986; trained by Talmadge Bailey)
235) Ernestino Ignacio Aragon (started with agency in 1953 in Albuquerque, NM office, then went to the Los Angeles office for two years; transferred to Washington, D.C. and the WHD; on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; in June 1961 transferred to Miami office; retired in 1977; interviewed by HSCA [3/25/78, 7/27/78: deposition; also: 9/18/78 letter from Aragon to Stokes & Blakey])
236) Charles “Charlie” Howell (Carter era: WFO)
237) Edward Mougin (part of 1965 inaugural parade detail)
238) Ruth Aghababian
239) Everett Curry (clerical aide)
240) Robert J. Jamison (took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; Acting SAIC in Marshall’s absences; late 1951-1965: transferred to WFO; on Marina Oswald’s Detail from end of Nov. 1963 until Feb. 1964 [along w/ SA's Gopadze, Howard, Dickerson, and Sheridan]; interviewed by HSCA [2/28/78; see also 1 H 334]; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; mentioned and pictured in “The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon” by Anthony Summers)
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JACKSONVILLE, FL OFFICE:
241) R.M. “Rudolph” McDavid (SAIC; p. 177 and 189 of “Special Agent”)
242) William “Bill” Walter (took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “Bill Walter of Jacksonvillle, Florida was on the WHD with me. He is now deceased”; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
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TAMPA, FL OFFICE:
243) Arnold K. Peppers [see also 3 HSCA 427, 444]
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DALLAS, TX OFFICE:
(See Coughlin & Livingood)

244) Forrest Verne Sorrels (SAIC; worked on FDR’s visit to Dallas in 1936; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; interviewed by the FBI, the Warren Commission [5/7/64], Manchester’s book “The Death of a President” [8/26/64 and 9/24/64], the HSCA [2/7/78: outside contact report, 3/15/78], and Earl Golz; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 11/6/93)
245) Robert A. Steuart (ASAIC; in Service 1930′s to 1965; Truman-Ike eras: SAIC of Memphis, TN office [1951 to approx. 1956]; same as the “SA Stewart” who was a Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61?; interviewed by Bill Sloan in“JFK: Breaking The Silence”, pp. 1-5]; 97 years old as of 2004)
246) John Joe Howlett (1978, Little Rock, AR office; V.P. LBJ Detail, Oct.-Nov. 1962; transferred to Dallas office Feb. 1963; temporarily assigned to Chief’s office 1/27-1/31/64, 2/3-2/5/64, 4/14-4/15/64; several temporary assignments at LBJ Ranch, 1963-1968; temporary member of WHD in June/ July 1968; interviewed by the Warren Commission)
247) William H. Patterson (Carter era: Houston office)
248) Charles E. Kunkel (joined Secret Service in 1960; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; served in the WFO, Fort Worth, Houston [as ASAIC, 1968-1971], and Austin [as SAIC, 1971-1982] offices, as well; retired in 1982; deceased 6/27/92)
249) James F. “Mike” Howard (temporarily assigned to the “Velvet” detail 12/1/63-1/24/64; WHD: 3/29/64 on; “Houston Post” 11/14/93, “Fresno Bee”11/22/93; 2/99 lecture)
250) Wilma J. Duncan (aide)
251) Lillian L. Rhyan (aide)
252) Virginia S. Smith (aide)
253) Gene F. Wofford (1/20/64-)
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NEW ORLEANS, LA OFFICE:
(See Anheier & Dahlquist)

254) John W. Rice (SAIC; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
255) Adrian G. Vial
256) Anthony E. Gerrets (took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; pictured on page 60 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
257) Roger D. Counts
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Scranton, PA (Office 1-13) (5/96 TFD, p. 11+9/24/63 survey report):
(See Burger)

258) Robert E. Powis (SAIC; on 9/24/63 Milford, PA trip; one-man office [?]; SAIC of Los Angeles office from at least 1970-1976; later, SAIC of WFO; Reagan era: Asst. Dir., then Deputy Assist. Sec. of the Treas. Enforcement which carried over into the Bush era; mentioned in McCarthy’s book and Venker’s book [see especially pages 214-215]; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/23/04 & 2/27/04: “Bob Powis…The Greatest, started in NYC, went to Buffalo for awhile and then took over the Scranton office.” Horn later wrote the author on 3/1/04: “You are correct about Powis and Knight. It was difficult for me to have two friends who did not care for each other. Give credit to Knight for having Powis come back to HQ in about 1978 and have Powis as his AD in Protection. Powis was the best and I believe that Knight knew it.”)
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EL PASO, TX OFFICE:
259) SAIC Oscar George Weisheit, Jr. (on WHD during Ike era; one-man office [?]; interview for Dick Russell’s book; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04: “Weisheit was on the Detail with me. He was and is one of my best friends. A great bridge partner. He lives in Florida now and we talk every month or so.”)
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HOUSTON, TX OFFICE:
[See also 23 H 169; 25 H 161, 378-380; 26 H 183-185]

260) SAIC Lane Bertram (11/22/63 “Houston Chronicle”; thanked in Michael Dorman’s 1967 book “The Secret Service”; mentioned in Youngblood’s book: served w/ him in the Atlanta field office in the 1950′s; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “Bertram was in the Denver office I believe and we worked with him when Ike went there for the summer”; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; pictured on pages 62 & 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; wife’s name: Edna)
261) Bernard R. Milton
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SAN ANTONIO, TX OFFICE (3-15):
[See Knetsch, above]

262) Luis Benavides (SAIC [see also 26 H 30-31]; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
263) Richard S. McCully (formerly with the Eisenhower children’s detail with Dale Grubb and Bill Barton; pictured on page 66 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
264) Robert E. “Bob” Lockwood ([see also 2 H 155 & 18 H 779] Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
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AUSTIN, TX OFFICE:
Kenneth J. Wiesman [repeat----see WHD, above]
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DETROIT, MI OFFICE:
James T. Burke (SAIC) [repeat---see Chicago, above]
265) William R. Skiles (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
266) Robert R. Lapham (MSU graduate; served on WHD during Truman era; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
267) Donald A. “Don” Stebbins (at least up to 1970; mentioned on page 170 of Darwin Horn’s book; now [2004] the Executive Secretary of the Former Agents of the United States Secret Service [AFAUSSS])
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CLEVELAND OH OFFICE:
268) Michael Burger (SAIC; previously, during Ike era, SAIC of Scranton, PA office; later Baltimore***; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; pictured on pages 63 & 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
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INDEPENDENCE, MO OFFICE:
(See Burns)

269) Vincent P. Mroz (SAIC mid-60′s; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; on WHD during Truman & Ike years [supervising agent], as well as part-time during JFK, LBJ [9 months], and Nixon era; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; “The Secret Service” video 1995)
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OMAHA, NE OFFICE:
(See Coughlin)

270) Dick Roth (SAIC; on WHD during Ike era; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
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NASHVILLE, TN OFFICE:
(See Parr)

Paul B. Doster (SAIC) [repeat---see WHD, above]
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PHILADELPHIA, PA OFFICE (1-9):
(See Kelley)

271) Joseph P. Jordan (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [SAIC]; SAIC; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74)
272) Morris Abel (ASAIC; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; pictured on page 59 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
273) Michael A. Kelly
274) George V. Mesaros
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CINCINNATI, OH OFFICE:
(See McCann)

SAIC James H. “Jim” Griffith [repeat]
275) Branch Walton
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BALTIMORE, MD OFFICE:
(See Metzinger, above)
***Michael Burger (SAIC)

276) William Holmes (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 64 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
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BOSTON, MA OFFICE:
(See Sulliman)[See also 23 H 781]

277) [FNU] McDermott (SAIC; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
Robert E. Lilley [repeat---See WHD, above]
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PROVIDENCE, RI OFFICE:
278) William F. “Bill” Shields (SAIC; a member of the WHD during the Truman and Ike eras; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book, wearing sunglasses, Burbank, CA; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
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ATLANTA, GA OFFICE:
(See Youngblood, Betram, Edward Moore & Roy Letteer)

279) A.B. “Barney” Wentz (SAIC: into LBJ era; replaced Raymond A. Horton sometime before 1960; was SAIC of Charlotte, NC office; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
280) Grady P. Askew
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK OFFICE:
(See Rogers)
[See also 25 H 363-369; 26 H 320-321]

281) Jack C. Nielson (SAIC; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; pictured on page 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
282) James R. Cantrell (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
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LITTLE ROCK, AR OFFICE:
(See William N. Carter)

283) Leroy M. “Roy” Letteer (SAIC; originally from Atlanta, GA office; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 61 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
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NEW YORK, NY OFFICE (1-8–?):
(See Powis, above)

284) Albert E. Whitaker (SAIC, 1940′s to Ford era; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; mentioned on p. 83 of Venker’s book; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on page 72 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991) [9/24/63 Milford, PA trip]
285) John J. Powers [9/24/63 Milford, PA trip] (took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “He is a brother-in-law to Bob Powis. They married sisters.”)
286) Alfred G. Wong [9/24/63 Milford, PA trip; see also 3 HSCA 418] (in the Secret Service since the 1950’s; later became the SAIC of the technical security division [held this position in 1968]; pictured on page 75 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
287) Paul A. Scanlon (with this office at least up to 1965; later became the SAIC; Ford era: SAIC Newark, NJ office [see also 3 HSCA 418])
288) George W. Jukes (ASAIC; deceased 10/4/95)
289) [FNU] Douglas
290) Robert T. Melchiori
291) Thomas R. Gunther [s]
292) Horace J. Gibbs (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
293) George J. Sershen (took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 61 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
294) [FNU] Starr
295) Roland H. Maye [s]
296) Richard [?] Ward
297) [FNU] Phillips
298) [FNU] Thomas
299) [FNU] Tully
300) Ernie Luzania (later, Los Angeles office, approx. 1965-1967)
301) Paul Sweeney (member of this office approx. 1968)
302) Charlie Gittens [Negro] (hired during the Eisenhower Admin.; also, NC)
303) Jack Thompson (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
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PHOENIX, AZ OFFICE:
SAIC Vincent P. Mroz ([repeat] later, Independence, MO office [see above]; by 1968, a Deputy Assistant Director)
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SALT LAKE CITY, UT OFFICE:
304) Dennis Prouty (member of this office approx. 1968)
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SACRAMENTO, CA OFFICE:
(See Dobish, Heyn, & Scheuerman)

305) SAIC Steve Byrne (approx. 1952-1965)
306) Larry B. Sheafe (later, Los Angeles Office)

307) Hugh Petit
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA OFFICE:
(See also Paterni & Sherman)

308) Elmer W. Moore (according to a Secret Service Memorandum, 8/10/64 Sorrels to Kelley, Moore was temporarily assigned to Dallas from San Francisco, CA office of the Secret Service from 11/30-12/13/63 (14 days) to investigate the JFK assassination; see also 23 H 459-461; served on WHD during the Truman era; guarded Chief Justice Earl Warren w/Robert Newbrand; outside contact report, HSCA; interviewed by Earl Golz)
309) Doug Duncan (member of this office approx. 1967; part of Reagan’s 1968 detail)
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LOS ANGELES, CA OFFICE:
(See Boggs, Griffiths, Henne, Hess, Heyn, Knight, Kollar, Leckey, Luzania, Nagel, Polenz, Powis, Scheuerman, Sheafe, Slocum, Ken Thompson, & Weaver)
[See also 22 H 528; 23 H 362-363]

310) Guy H. Spaman (in Secret Service 40 years; SAIC of this office, Truman-Nixon [had replaced Fred Wasson in 1952; retired 9/69]; ASAIC of WHD/1940′s, FDR-Truman; during the Truman era in the late 1940′s became the 1st SAIC of the new Paris, France office and remained in that office for 3 years before returning to the U.S. [Bowen/Neal], in April of 1951 was made SAIC of Los Angeles District [ibid.]; SAIC of Los Angeles throughout Eisenhower era [USGM 7/1/54, 7/1/55, 6/1/59, 6/1/60]; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on pages 36 & 37 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
311) Leon L. “Lee” Gopadze (had been with this office since at least 1951; interpreter for Marina Oswald; retired in 1971; deceased approx. 1974)

312) ASAIC Darwin David Horn Sr. (U.S. Navy, 7/43-3/46; Pepperdine College, 8/46-6/49; Los Angeles Police Department, 9/49-7/51; tried out with Pittsburgh Steelers, 7/51-9/51 [Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04: “The first day that I was in Pittsburgh Art Rooney asked me to have breakfast with him before we took off for Cambridge Springs. He asked me how come all of the West Coast players were so big. He seemed to be a very nice person. He picked up the check.”]; In Secret Service 1951-1981: Los Angeles Field Office, 9/51-10/51; Phoenix Office, 10/51-3/31/52; Los Angeles, 3/31/52-4/54; WFO, 5/54-8/54; served on the WHD 8/27/54-7/19/57; Los Angeles, 8/12/57-7/77; Paris Field Office, 1977-1979; later [SAIC of] Ex-President Ford Detail [replacing Jack Merchant], 8/79-1981; author of the 2002 book “Dar’s Story: Memoirs of a Secret Service Agent” [Horn wrote the author on 3/1/04: “ I have sold my book to over 300 agents. Most like it. I had one agent who returned it to me saying that it was a pretty good autobiography but he didn't care for the rest of it. Some friend!”]; pictured on page 67 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; wife’s name: Shirley McBride)
313) Victor D. “Vic” Carli (member of this office from at least the early 1950’s into the 1960’s; former ASAIC; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; pictured on page 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 2/23/71)
314) Milton Wilhite (member of this office from at least 1961-1968; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
315) Howard Sweeney (member of this office from at least the early 1950’s into the 1960’s)
316) Fred Clarke (member of this office from at least 1963-1964)
317) Garrick Newman (member of this office approx. 1967)
318) Bill Bradshaw (member of this office from at least the mid 1950’s into the 1960’s)
319) Harry More (member of this office, 1959 to early 1960’s; had been a member of the WFO in the mid-late 1950’s; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
320) Frank Leyva (member of this office from at least the early 1950’s into the1960’s; went to San Juan [Puerto Rico] & San Antonio offices; later, SAIC of San Diego; came back to LAFO as ASAIC in 1970; in 1971, became SAIC of Paris [France] office; retired 7/6/76 as SAIC of Louisville, KY office; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
321) John Larson (member of this office from at least the early 1950’s into the 1960’s; became ATSAIC; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
322) Jim Hirst (member of this office from at least the 1950’s into the 1960’s)
323) Roger Grunwald (member of this office in 1962)
324) Dick Cameron (member of this office approx. 1963-1972; headed Mrs. Reagans’ security detail during 1968 campaign)
325) Thomas Behl (member of this office in 1963 & 1964)
326) George Sheaks (member of this office from at least 1963-1968)
327) Bob Tomsic (member of this office approx. 1963-1967; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
328) Jimmie L.C. Miller (from Oakland Police Department; joined LAFO in 1965; later, WHD under LBJ; came back to LAFO in the 1970’s; later, assigned various supervisory positions throughout the U.S., inc. SAIC of Honolulu Office)
329) Dick Lefler (worked several years in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office; approx. 1965-1968; later, SAIC of Honolulu office in Sept. 1975, replacing Slocum)
330) Gary Miller (member of this office approx. 1967-1969)
331) Alan Baker (member of this office approx. 1967)
332) Glen Winn (member of this office approx. 1967)
333) Tom Nagle (member of this office approx. 1967-1968)
334) Bob Caughey (member of this office approx. 1967)
335) Bob Barker (member of this office approx. 1967
336) Bill Sheridan (member of this office in the early 1960’s; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
337) Dick Zarzana (member of this office approx. 1967)
338) Kazuo Yakura (at least up to 1971)
339) Roy Anderson (at least up to 1970)
Part Seven
MISCELLANEOUS

340) Daniel Cassel
341) [FNU] Dean
342) Bill Barton (Member of Eisenhower children’s detail, along with Dale Grubb& amp; Richard McCully; pictured on pages 66 & 105 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
343) Joseph Payne
344) Harry Edward Neal (took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; Instructor for Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; took part in the SAIC Administration School in 1955; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; author of 3 books on USSS; pictured on pages 58, 63, & 69 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 1993)
345) John T.”Jack” Sherwood (Member of WHD: Truman era; SAIC of V.P. Nixon Detail; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Pres. Nixon era: became the Spec. Asst. for the Secret Service to the Director, Office of Law Enforcement, Treas. Dept.; a charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on pages 63, 68 & 71 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased 8/15/98)
346) William A. “Bill” Cantrell (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74)
347) Herbert C. “Herb” Dixon (on WHD during Ike era; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Ike Detail 1965; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
348) Jim McCown (on WHD during Ike era; ASAIC of Ike Detail 1965; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
347) Glenard Lanier (Chief of WHP 1967-early Nixon era; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991)
349) Ronald C. Towns (in Service from at least Eisenhower to Carter; LBJ era: SAIC, Intelligence Division; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/28/04: “I knew Ron as we were on the WHD at the same time.”)
350) Jerry McKinney (p. 230 of Youngblood’s book; picture in Lady Bird’s book“White House Diary” with Kivett & Woody Taylor)
352) Robert “Bob” Heyn (member of Los Angeles Field Office from at least 1963-1964; WHD, LBJ era; p. 230 of Youngblood’s book; in 1968, member of Sacramento Office)
353) Myron I. “Mike” Weinstein (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; mentioned in “Chicago Independent” article 11/75 as having come from Minneapolis to help with the investigation of the Chicago plot 11/63; during Ford era: Assist. Director (Inspection) ; Carter era: Assist. Director (Inspection), then moved to Assist.Director (Protective Intelligence) until promoted to Deputy Director upon the retirement of Boggs; Reagan era: Deputy Director)
354) Kevin M. Tucker (guarded Jackie & the kids in the late ’60′s)
355) Kathryn Childers (one of the first five female Secret Service agents hired in 1969, spent nearly three years protecting JFK Jr.’s life)
356) Dennis V.N. McCarthy (LBJ-Reagan; wrote book “Protecting The President” in 1985; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/24/04: “Throughout the years Dennis McCarthy and I have worked together. I believe that he was primarily an Intelligence Division agent.” Horn later wrote [3/1/04]: “Read McCarthy’s [book] but some parts embarrassed me. Some young people would read that book and think that agents are doing nothing but hunting girls in all parts of the world. Not true. Dennis did not do us very well by writing in such a manner. When I started writing my book I made a resolution that it would not be like his”;Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 3/1/04: “I agree w/Snow [author:“Bob Snow is on record (Washington Post '93) as saying the book is "an embarassment."]. McCarthy could never (nor did he) carry his weight”;deceased)
357) Edward P. Walsh (“The Washington Post,” 5/15/98; Walsh protected LBJ and Nixon)
358) Carmine J. Motto (took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on pages 63, 72& amp; 75 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; author of the 1999 book “In Crime’s Way: A Generation of Secret Service Adventures”; deceased 3/3/02)
359) [FNU] Woodham
360) Charles E. Peyton (had served on the WHD during the Truman era)
361) [FNU] Hanson
362) David Ray (1959 graduate of Centre College; retired in 1996 after 31 years in the service)
363) Jimmy Johnson (1956 graduate of Centre College)
364) John Chipps (LBJ era; pictured on page 82 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
365) Warner Brown (Protected V.P. Humphrey & President Nixon; ATSAIC of former President Ford Detail; pictured on pages 84 & 102 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
366) Dan Hurley (LBJ era)
367) Coin Hauk (member of Transportation Section, LBJ era)

368) Will Slade (member of Transportation Section, LBJ era)
369) Gus Holmes (member of Transportation Section, LBJ era)
370) John Golden (member of Transportation Section, LBJ era; same as the “SA Golden” who protected V.P. Nixon during the 1960 campaign?)
371) Jim Mitchell (member of Transportation Section, LBJ era)
372) Earl E. Decima (member of Transportation Section, LBJ era)
373) Bill McClarin (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; became the Assistant Director of Training, uniformed forces & firearms training, for the Training Division in the summer of 1967; pictured on pages 97, 98, 101& amp; 105 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
374) Arnold Lau (became the Assistant Director of Training, advanced special training, for the Training Division in the summer of 1967; later became the Director of Training; pictured on pages 97 & 103 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
375) Wes Bishop (became the employee development specialist for the Training Division in the summer of 1967)
376) Robert DeProspero (A 1959 graduate of WVU, he is a member of the School of Physical Education Hall of Fame and WVU Academy of Distinguished Alumni; assigned to protect Presidents Eisenhower, Johnson, Ford, Carter and Reagan; served 1965-1986; was SAIC of Reagan Detail after Parr, approx. late 1981 to early 1985; became the chief executive officer of O’Gara Protective Services Inc. of Chantilly, VA; daughter, Robin L. DeProspero, chief of the Personnel Security Branch, Special Investigations and Security Division]; pictured in the AFAUSSS book from 1991; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04: “I recall Bob deProspero and believe that he was on the follow up car during Dallas [???]”;Walt Coughlin wrote the author on 2/24/04: “Believe he came in SS in 1965. Never worked for or with him. Good professional reputation.”)
377) Steve Miller (took part in security of Kennedy family right after RFK assassination)

378) John Carrell (took part in security of Kennedy family right after RFK assassination)
379) Allan Dillon (took part in security of Kennedy family right after RFK assassination)
380) Bob Dowling (took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; member of Reagan’s 1968 security detail, along with John Simpson and Doug Duncan; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
381) Rod Bagby
382) Robert “Bob” Newbrand (took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; Guarded Chief Justice Warren with Elmer Moore: see page 170 of Youngblood’s book; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/22/04: “[Jack Parker] smoked like a chimney as did Bob Newbrand who also died early. We were all on the same shift as was Stu Knight”; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; deceased)
383) Norman Taylor (member of Indianapolis Office at least up to 1970)
384) Earl L. Drescher (Metropolitan Police Department, 5/30/56 to 4/25/70, rising to the position of Captain; Captain, WHP/ Uniformed Division, 4/26/70-May 1970; June 1970: became Deputy Chief of the Executive Protective Service: remained in this position until 4/1/73 when he became Chief; remained in this position until his retirement on 10/1/77; nephew of George Drescher, SAIC of WHD, FDR-Truman; pictured in the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
385) Charles J. Marass (WHD approx. 1955-1958; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; in the Secret Service from 4/4/55 to 12/31/79; pictured on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
386) Thomas K. Wooge (member of WFO and WHD during the Ike era; pictured on pages 64, 67, & 70 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; October 17, 1968: Died of a heart attack while protecting a Presidential candidate in Rochester, New York; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/2/04: “Wooge passed away in Buffalo from a heart attack. He had been a basketball player in college…was with us on the WHD…we never knew he had a heart problem. He was a young man when it happened.”)
387) Robert F. Grube (protected V.P. Nixon during 1960 campaign; joined the Secret Service in 1938 as a clerk; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; took part in third Secret Service school held in Nov. and Dec. of 1954 as an instructor; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55 as an instructor; took part in the SAIC Administration school in April 1956; pictured on pages 60, 62, 63 & 71 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; son of Alfred F. Grube, an agent who served Presidents Wilson, Harding, Coolidge and Hoover)
388) Donald Burke (Part of Mamie Eisenhower Detail with Stu Stout; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured in AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
389) Earl Moore (“The Arrogance of Power: The Secret World of Richard Nixon” by Anthony Summers (Penguin USA, 2001), page 247)
390) Sal Mazzuca (see “The Visual Culture of American Religions” by David Morgan, Editor, & Sally M. Promey, Editor, University of California Press, 2001, page 309)
391) Andrew P. “Drew” O’Malley (Member of WHD: Truman era; took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [listed as SAIC]; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on pages 61 & 64 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
392) Arthur W. Herman (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [listed as SAIC]; took part in third Secret Service school held in November & December 1954; took part in the SAIC Administration School held in April 1956; pictured on pages 62 & 63 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
393) Daniel J. O’Driscoll (member of WFO in 1954; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; took part in third Secret Service school held in November& amp; December 1954; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
394) A.M. “Tex” Downing (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [listed as SAIC: a field office]; took part in third Secret Service school held in November & December 1954; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
395) John Taylor (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; took part in Secret Service school # 8 in January 1956; pictured on page 62 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
396) Loren S. Bates (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
397) Don Bell (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
398) Cedrick Carnes (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; St. Louis Office)
399) Joseph J. Ellis, Jr. (took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53 as an instructor; took part in the SAIC Administration School held in 1955; took part in the SAIC Administration School held in April 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of PRS before Bouck; pictured on pages 58 & 63 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
400) Larry Farmer (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
401) Francis Hickey (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
402) Harry B. Hastings (on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of San Juan, Puerto Rico office)
403) John J. Lardner (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
404) Earl Schoel (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Denver office; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 3/3/04: “We worked with him when Ike went to Denver during the summers. One great SAIC and person.”)
405) Vernon Spicer (WHD: FDR-Truman era; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; SAIC of Charlotte, NC office; charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on pages 37 & 53 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
406) Bob Weed (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
407) [FNU] Whipp (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; PRS [SE])
408) Tom White (took part in Secret Service school #8 held in January 1956; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; PRS?; pictured on page 62 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
409) Mac Sweazey (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
410) [FNU] Stringfield (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
411) [FNU] Morrow (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
412) [FNU] Boyd (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
413) [FNU] Cussick (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; clerk)
414) [FNU] Greene (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [SAIC])
415) [FNU] Hoskyn (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
416) Fred Nagel (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; later, a member of the Los Angeles Field Office; mentioned in Darwin Horn’s book)
417) [FNU] Knierim (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
418) [FNU] Wagner (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
419) [FNU] Wilson (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
420) Frank B. Wood (Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [SAIC]; took part in the SAIC Administration School held in April 1956; pictured on page 63 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
421) Paul T. Usher (WHD 1952/ Truman—Youngblood’s supervisor on his first temporary assignment; Eisenhower era: Acting SAIC of the Charleston, W.Va. office until approx. 1957 and became SAIC of the Pittsburgh office; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61 [SAIC]; charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on page 93 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
422) Harold Polenz (a member of the Los Angeles Field Office approx. 1951-1954; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; took part in the SAIC Administration School held in April 1956; attended third annual AFAUSS conference in Alexandria, VA, 9/27-9/28/74; pictured on page 63 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
423) B. J. Mullady (took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
424) Robert A. “Bob” Mampel (MSU graduate; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; WHD: Ike; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured on page 66 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
425) Paul Henne (WFO & V.P. Detail: Truman era; Los Angeles Field Office: approx. 1952-1957; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book)
426) C.L. Honess (WHD: Truman era; took part in Secret Service School #4, 1/10-2/4/55; Member of Inauguration Detail for JFK, 1/20/61)
427) Forrest Guthrie (WHD: Ike; JFK era?; on pages 67 & 70 of AFAUSSS book from 1991)
428) John E. Schley (on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; JFK era?)
429) Howard D. “Dale” Grubb (WHD: Truman era; on V.P. Nixon’s trip to Caracas, Venezuela, 5/13/58; member of the Eisenhower children’s detail with Richard McCully and Bill Barton; JFK era?; charter member of the AFAUSSS in 1969; pictured on pages 53 & 66 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; pictured in Darwin Horn’s book, Carmel, CA, with Ike, right front of car; Darwin Horn wrote the author on 2/26/04: “Dale died of diabetes many years ago. He was a WW II Navy pilot.”)
430) Carl Chaverin (took part in Secret Service school #8 in January 1956; pictured on page 62 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; JFK era?)
431) Frank Farnsworth (took part in Secret Service school #8 in January 1956; pictured on page 62 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; JFK era?)
432) Richard Quinn (took part in Secret Service school #8 in January 1956; pictured on page 62 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991; JFK era?)
433) Henry Cohen (took part in first formal Secret Service agent training held in Washington D.C. 10/19-11/6/53; took part in the SAIC Administration School in April 1956; Inspector during the Nixon era; pictured on pages 59, 62 & 98 of the AFAUSSS book from 1991)
434) Robert E. Jordan III- Treasury official, LBJ era
435) Joseph W. Barr- Secretary of the Treas. 12/21/68
436) Nick Zarvos- assigned to presidential candidate George Wallace in 1968, as well as in 1972; shot during assassination attempt on Wallace in 1972
437) Leon Spencer- photographer, Visual Intelligence Branch, LBJ era
438) Phil W. Jordan- Asst. Dir. for Admin., 1968
439) Chuck Vance- continued through Nixon era; Carter era: left the Service in late1970′s; married Susan Ford (now divorced); Pres. of Vance International
440) Mike Endicott- joined the Service and was still in the Service during the Nixon era; during the Carter era was SAIC of ex-Pres. Nixon’s White House Detail in New York
441) Martin W. Haskell- LBJ era: joined Service; Nixon era: agent; Ford era: Protective Intelligence squad leader in the San Francisco office; Reagan era: office SAIC
442) G. Wesley Dunlap- LBJ era agent [6/6/66 Grunwald Report on Thomas Vallee; 6/23/66 Uteg Report, NARA JFK Collection HSCA Document # 180-10080-10131 AGENCY RECORD# 00851]
443) John W. Magaw- WHD, Ford- Bush; entered SS in 1967; started in Columbus, OH office; former Ohio State Trooper; SAIC under Bush; Director under Bush/ Clinton; Became ATF Director after Waco (federal service extended until 12/31/98)
444) Howell “Hal” Purvis
As the HSCA stated:
In November 1963, there were 552 employees of the Secret Service—-313 agents and 131 clerks from 66 field offices; 30 employees in the office of the Chief; 36 members of the WHD; 6 special agent-drivers; 8 special agents assigned to the Kennedy family; 5 special officers assigned to the Kennedy home in Hyannis port, MA. [This is a total of 529. However, if you add the Chief & the Deputy Chiefs (assuming they are not a part of the 30 employee tally), PRS agents, as well as the Inspectors, you may come close to this number]
There were 70 special agents and 8 clerks—14% of agency resources—assigned to protect the President and the Vice President or to PRS. According to the HSCA, 28 special agents were on the Texas trip [HSCA Report, page 228; 3 HSCA 322]. This number is in error. However, 28 agents DID accompany JFK to Fort Worth [18 H 670]. Perhaps this is the origin of this error.
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DURING PRESIDENCY OF RICHARD M. NIXON (37TH PRESIDENT,
1969-1974)

Larry Buendorf- protected Ford against Lynette
“Squeeky” Fromme in Sept. 1975;Carter era: White House
Detail
[Kaiser, Robert, "Candidates Disagree on
Value of Secret Service Watch",
New York Times]; Reagan era: in 2/82 became
SAIC of an office
James T. Burke- Ford era:
was Assist. Director of Protective
Intelligence involved with
investigations of Ford assassination
attempts and handling JFK
assassination information inquiries [New
York Times; 10/28/75 Memorandum
from SAIC Jordan to Assist. Director Burke-
Protective Intelligence]
Marty Venker- up to Reagan era/1981
Harry Horton- partner of Venker’s
Gordon Heddell- agent friend of Venker’s
John B. Connally- Sec. of the Treas., replacing
David Kennedy
James C. Bolton, Jr.- guarded McGovern
Jim Connally- committed suicide in 1973
Pat “Farkie” McFarland
Cliff Dietrich- killed in helicopter crash
Jim Kalafatis- assigned to JFK’s children in
the 1970′s and was in the New York office during the
Carter era [McCarthy]
Earl L. Drescher- Deputy Chief of the Exec.
Protective Service, 1971; [nephew of George C.
Drescher]
Chuck Rochner- was on Nixon’s White House
Detail assignments [McCarthy]; was on Carter White
House detail assignments as well as Dignitary
Protection duties in
1977 [Rush]
Gary Yauger- joined the Service; Ford era:
member of the Intelligence division in the Washington,
D.C. office and helped provide protection
for Sarge Shriver during his V.P. campaign
bid; on ex-Pres. Nixon’s
detail during the Carter era [Rush]
George Opfer- agent who authored a report on
Antonio Rodriquez
Jones relating to the JFK assassination
investigation [3/18/71
Memorandum from Opfer toSAIC Towns]; Reagan
era SAIC of Nancy Reagan’s
Detail; Bush era: Assist. Director
(Inspection); Clinton era: Assist.
Director (Investigations)
Daniel Mayer- Nixon-Clinton eras; Nixon era:
joined the Service in 1970
assigned to the Pittsburgh, PA office; Ford
era: transferred to
Washington, D.C. where he served on
protective detail for Secretary of
the Treasury William Simon until 1976,
became the Service liaison to the
U.S. intelligence community (CIA, NSA,
etc,); Carter era: Service
liaison to the U.S. intelligence community
(CIA, NSA, etc,) until 1980,
not WHD; Reagan era: V.P. Detail from Aug.,
1982-June, 1983, became SAIC
of Pittsburgh, PA office in 1985; Bush era:
SAIC of Pittsburgh, PA
office; Clinton era: SAIC of Pittsburgh, PA
office
Tim McCarthy- joined the Service; Ford and
Carter eras: in the Springfield, Ill.
Office, Chicago office, and transferred
from Chicago to Carter White
House Detail in 1979; wounded on
3/30/81;Bush era: became SAIC of the Chicago office;
Clinton era: retired 10/93 as SAIC of the
Chicago division
Donald R. Leonard- joined the
Service in 1970; was in the Secret Service
through Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton eras;
killed 4/19/95 in Oklahoma City bombing
Mickey B. Maroney- joined the Service in 1971,
later assigned to ex-Pres. LBJ’s family and ranch,
accompanied Pres. Bush on his trip to South America,
spent a
great deal of time in the Middle East
working on cases involving Iraqi
counterfeiters before he died on 4/19/95
in Oklahoma City bombing

Ken Balge: pictured in AFAUSSS book; MSU grad

Warner Brown: pictured in AFAUSSS book and Dar Horn’s book; good friend of Walt Coughlin

Holly Hufschmidt: pictured in AFAUSSS book and Joe Petro’s book; one of the first 5 women of the Secret Service

Laurie Anderson: pictured in AFAUSSS book; one of the first 5 women of the Secret Service

Phyllis Schantz: pictured in AFAUSSS book; one of the first 5 women of the Secret Service

Sue Baker: pictured in AFAUSSS book; one of the first 5 women of the Secret Service

Kathryn Clark: pictured in AFAUSSS book; one of the first 5 women of the Secret Service

Steve Petro: no relation to Joe or Tom

Dick Stiener

Kenneth Iacovoni [see obit, below]: pictured in Dennis Mcarthy’s book, protecting Nixon

DURING PRESIDENCY OF GERALD R. FORD (38TH PRESIDENT,
1974-1977)

Ken Lynch- p.r., 1975; continued through Carter
era in Public Relations/Liaison for the Service
Thomas Brennan
L.B. McDonald
J. Grimes
Jack Merchant- continued in the Service through
the Carter era and was a
Reagan era SAIC of Oklahoma City, OK office
James P. Kelly- had been an Asst.
Dir.[Melanson]; HSCA investigator; co-wrote article
w/N.C. Livingstone
Steve Garmon- served on White House Detail
during the Carter era,
was Assist. Director (Administration)
and then became Assist.
Director (Protective Operations) during
Reagan administration [Rush;
USGM]
Pete Lowell- assigned to protect Eunice Shriver
because her
husband was a Presidential candidate, not
Sarge Shriver also [McCarthy]
Fred White- Carter era:
became Assist. Director (Administration)
Eljay B. Bowron- joined the
Service in 1974 and, during his career,
worked in the Chicago and
Houston offices, SAIC of Atlanta office,
had been senior officer in the
Office of Investigations and Intelligence
division of the Service];
Clinton era: Assist. Director (Protective
Operations), replaced Magaw as
Director of the Secret Service on 12/7/93
[NYT]
George Cosper- spokesman
John Magaw- WHD, Ford- Bush; entered SS in
1967; started in Columbus, OH office; former Ohio
State Trooper; SAIC under Bush; Director under Bush/
Clinton; Became ATF Director after Waco (federal
service extended until 12/31/98)

Albert Angelone: PPD

Dave Crisp: PPD

Bob Caughey: PPD

Bill Ebert: PPD

Henry Hooper: PPD

DURING PRESIDENCY OF JIMMY CARTER (39TH
PRESIDENT, 1977-1981)

Mary Ann Gordon- WHD, Carter-Reagan before p.r.
Charles W. Collins- SAIC, Boston, MA office,
1984
John Desmedt- on the”kiddie” Detail [McCarthy]
Kent Wood- on the”kiddie” Detail [McCarthy]
Stewart Watkins- Denver, CO office; killed in
1980
[Gene Overturf- St. Louis, MO Treasury agent-
committed suicide]
[fnu] Johns- WHD; son of “Lem” Johns!
Robert O. Goff- Legal Counsel, late 1970′s
John Meenan- same as above
Mack Cameron- Secret Service Attorney, late
1970′s
Jack Smith
ASAIC Clarence V. Lyda
Dennis B. Kinley
Robert A. Twynham
Charles Maddox
M. Wayne Dean- continued in the Service through
Reagan era
Edward T. Flynn
George P. LaBarge
Russell Miller- continued in the Service
through the Bush era; Clinton era: SAIC of San
Francisco office

Jim Huse

Al Buskirk

Harold Creamer

Carl Smith

Joe Trainer

Dick Griffin

Mike Maddaloni: author of two books

Robert G. Reese: PPD (Carter & Reagan) [see obit. below]

Gary De Yulea: PPD, Shift Leader; into Reagan era (inauguration; walking with Barletta, Bobby D, etc. 1982; with other agents 1983)

DURING PRESIDENCY OF RONALD REAGAN (40TH
PRESIDENT, 1981-1989)

Ed Dansereau- Washington, D.C. office
Dennis Fabel- drove follow-up car on 3/30/81
Bill Green- advance agent on 3/30/81
Ike Hendershot- continued in the Service during
Bush era and during the
Clinton era was SAIC of Buffalo, NY office
Karen McLaughlin
Thomas Lightsey- 3/30/81
Pat Miller- ASAIC, Washington, D.C. office;
later, SAIC of WHD under Clinton
Kathy Lynn Seidl; Reagan and Bush eras [New
York Times; Daily Oklahoman; Denver Post]; killed
4/19/95 in Oklahoma City bombing
Lee Privett
Ray Shaddick- ASAIC; later went to Hawaii
office; Assist. Director (Investigation) during Bush
era and was still with the Service during the Clinton
era
Carlton Danny Spriggs- Protective Intelligence, 3/30/81
[negro]
Drew Unrue- limo driver, 3/30/81
Bob Wanko- drew submachine gun on 3/30/81.
Jane Vezeris- Public Affairs, Reagan-Clinton
Louis C. Merletti- WHD, Reagan-Clinton; began
in Philadelphia, 1974-1979; Ny, 1979-1982; Washington,
D.C., 1982: counter-terrorism team; SAIC under Clinton,
part of 1994 until early 1997; Director, 6/6/97- ;
graduate of Central Catholic in 1966 (from Penn Hills)
[2 of his fellow classmates joined him on Reagan's
detail in 1985]; graduate of Duquesne Univ.; Green
Beret Medic in Vietnam

David G. Carpenter: became SAIC of PPD during Clinton era

Barbara S. Riggs: became Asst Director during George W. Bush era

John Barletta: author of the book “Riding With Reagan”

Karen Toll

Rich S. “Skip” Miller: became SAIC of PPD during latter part of Bush era into early Clinton era

Will Slade

Joe Carlon

Grey Terry

Steve Sergek: became an Asst. Director

Ed Marinzel: PPD

H. Douglas Cunningham: PPD

Reggie Ball: PPD

Mike Young: PPD

Gary Wiestrand: PPD

Kevin Greba: PPD

Phil Struthers: PPD

Ray Yonkus: PPD

Gene Thompson: PPD

Ken De Roberts: PPD

Joe Petro: ASAIC of PPD; author of the book “Standing Next To History”

Tom Petro: brother of Joe

Tom Quinn

Brian L. Stafford: became SAIC of PPD and Director during Clinton era

Larry Cockell: became SAIC of PPD and Asst. Director during Clinton era; testified in Monica Lewinsky mess

Hubert T. Bell: SAIC of V.P. Bush Detail (VPPD)

Walt Sheppard: VPPD

Lee Raymond Schar: VPPD [see obit. below]

Bill Weiss: PPD

Dick Suekawa: PPD, Carter era, as well; deceased 2006

Steve Harrison: PPD

Don Schneider: PPD

Eric Littlejohn: PPD

Jack Mastrangelo: PPD

Winfield Erickson

Jim Yarosh

Robert Hogan: became assistant director for technical security

DURING PRESIDENCY OF GEORGE H.W. BUSH (41RST
PRESIDENT, 1989-1993)

Mike Sampson- Archivist, Office of Liaison and
Public Affairs (to the present)
[fnu] Barker- son of former CBS newsman Eddie
Barker!
Carl J. Meyer- ASAIC of Government Liaison
and Public Affairs
Alan G. Whicher- White House Detail; Clinton
era: White House Detail and then ASAIC of Oklahoma City
office; killed 4/19/95 in Oklahoma City bombing

Rob Kasdon: PPD

James R. Barton: PPD

Jane E. Garfield: PPD

Alonzo R. Webb: PPD

Mary S. Drury: PPD

William“Buddy” Sentner

DURING PRESIDENCY OF BILL CLINTON
(1993-2001) [WHD: 120]

Gayle Moore
Jaime Cagigas- Deputy Assist. Director
[Knight-Ridder/ Tribune News
Service]
Richard Green
Garnett Williams
Cynthia L. Brown- killed 4/19/95 in Oklahoma
city bombing
Linda G. McKinney- same as above; the office
manager in Oklahoma City, not an agent [New York
Times; Daily Oklahoman; Denver Post]
Richard L. Hartman- SAIC, Detroit, MI office,
1994
Fredrick R. Klare- SAIC, Washington, D.C.
office, 1993
Michael Williams (African American)

DURING PRESIDENCY OF GEORGE W. BUSH (2001-2009)
[see 2004 DVD "Inside The U.S. Secret Service"]

Nick Trotta: SAIC of PPD

[fnu] Camp: PPD; son of Bob Camp

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The Associated Press, 7/18/98:
“[Larry] Cockell is one of only 24 special agents to be in charge of the presidential protective division since it started in 1901 and is the first black to hold the job.”—

SAIC’s [24 from 1901 to 1999]:

#1 Joseph E. Murphy (Teddy Roosevelt [1901]-Taft; became Asst. Chief in 1919 under Wilson)

#2 Dick Jervis (Wilson; his asst.: Col. Edmund W. Starling)

#3 Col. Edmund W. Starling (1935; ASAIC: Michael F. Reilly; his own book “Starling of the White House”)

#4 Michael F. Reilly (1943-1946/47; had been ASAIC 1941-1943, along with Guy H. Spaman and Thomas J. Qualters; his own book“Reilly of the White House”)

#5 George C. Drescher (joined the Secret Service in 1919; worked in the Philadelphia, and Washington field offices; SAIC 4/12/45-5/3/46 when replaced by Rowley; 5/46: SAIC of Baltimore office; retired in 1953; Herbert Hoover Library 6/1/67; mentioned by Boring and Rowley during their Truman Library Oral Histories in 1988; deceased; nephew Earl L. Drescher became the deputy chief of the Executive Protective Service in the late 1970′s)

#6 James J. Rowley (1946-Sept. 1961; during late Ike into early JFK era : Behn & Campion: ASAIC; Boring, Kellerman, Stout & Roberts: ATSAIC)

#7 Gerald A. Behn (Sept. 1961-Jan. 1965; ASAIC’s: Boring, Campion [replaced by Kellerman 10/62], and Kellerman; after 11/22/63, ASAIC’s inc. Youngblood; ATSAIC’s: Roberts, Godfrey, & Stout)

#8 Rufus W. Youngblood (Jan. 1965; ASAIC’s: Kellerman [#2] + Johns & Taylor)

#9 Thomas “Lem” Johns (Fall 1965; ASAIC: Robert H. Taylor)

#10 Clinton J. Hill (Approx. 1966-1968; Became SAIC of V.P. Agnew’s Detail in 1969)

#11 Robert H. Taylor (LBJ & NIXON: 1969-Feb. 1973/Nixon; ASAIC: William L. Duncan)

#12Richard E. Keiser (Nixon, Ford [Keiser bore a resemblance to Ford], Carter; ASAIC: Warren “Woody” Taylor; ASAIC of V.P. Detail: David B. Grant; Ronald M. Pontius; Robert L. Kollar: was ASAIC of Ford Detail in 1978)

#13John R. Simpson (Carter; ASAIC [s]: Jerry Parr, Bob DeProspero, & Steve Garmon)

#14Gerald S. Parr (Carter-Reagan; ATSAIC: Ray Shaddick; ASAIC: Robert DeProspero; SAIC of Nancy Reagan’s Detail: George Opfer)

#15Robert DeProspero (Reagan; pictured on pages 110, 111, 114, 122, 123, 126, & 127 of AFAUSSS book from 1991; later, became the Assistant to the Director [Simpson]; ASAICs: Joe Petro, Garrick Newman)

#16Ray Shaddick (Reagan/ Bush; ASAIC: Joe Petro)

#17John W. Magaw (Bush)

#18Rich“Skip” Miller (Bush/ Clinton)

#19David Carpenter (Clinton)

#20Don Flynn (Clinton)

#21Pat Miller (Clinton; “The Secret Service” video 1995)

#22Lewis C. Merletti (Clinton; appears in “The Secret Service”video 1995[un-credited])

#23Brian L. Stafford (Clinton)

#24Larry Cockell (Clinton; testified before Kenneth Starr’s investigation into the Monica Lewinsky matter)

Reginald Moore (Clinton)

Nick Trotta (George W. Bush)

CHIEFS/ DIRECTORS (complete [22 to date]):

#1 William P. Wood (1865-5/5/1869)

#2 Herman C. Whitley (1869-1874)

#3 Elmer Washburn (1874-1876)

#4 James J. Brooks (1876-1888)

#5 John S. Bell (1888-1890)

#6 A.L. Drummond (1891-1894)

#7 William P. Hazen (1894-1898)

#8 John E. Wilkie (1898-1911)

#9 William J. Flynn (1912-1917)

#10 William Henry Moran (1917-1936)

#11 Frank J. Wilson (1/1/36-12/31/46) FDR/ Truman; Manchester, his own book; deceased

#12 James J. Maloney (1947-1948)

#13 U.E. Baughman (1948-1961)—his own book; deceased 11/78

#14 James J. Rowley (Sept. 1961-1973)—deceased 11/1/92

#15 H. Stuart “Stu” Knight (1973-1981)—retired

#16 John R. Simpson (1981-1992)—Director of U.S. Parole Commission

#17 John W. Magaw (2/2/1992-9/30/1993)—Director of ATF

#18 Eljay B. Bowron (12/7/1993-1997)—Inspector General for the Interior Department

#19 Lewis C. Merletti (6/6/97-11/12/98)—Director of security for the
Cleveland Browns

#20 Brian L. Stafford (3/4/99-2003)

#21 W. Ralph Basham (1/27/03-2006)

#22 Mark J. Sullivan (2006-


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Schematic: SECRET SERVICE WHITE HOUSE DETAIL (WHD) / PROTECTIVE RESEARCH SECTION (PRS) AGENTS, PERSONNEL, AND FIELD OFFICE AGENTS/ PERSONNEL DURING THE PRESIDENCY OF JOHN F. KENNEDY, 1961 TO 1963

TOP THREE AGENTS OF THE WHD:

1) GERALD A. “JERRY” BEHN- SAIC (#1); IN WASHINGTON, D.C. (VACATION)
-JAMES J. ROWLEY- SAIC, JAN-SEPT 1961 2) FLOYD M. BORING- ASAIC (#2); IN CHARGE OF PLANNING TEXAS TRIP; IN WASHINGTON, D.C. (AT HOME)
3) ROY H. KELLERMAN- ASAIC (#3); RODE IN LIMOUSINE ON ENTIRE TEXAS TRIP
-JOHN E. CAMPION- ASAIC, 1961-1962; later, Aide to the Assistant Chief for Security

THE THREE SHIFT LEADERS OF THE WHD:

4) ARTHUR L. GODFREY- ATSAIC; HOTEL TEXAS; AUSTIN
5) EMORY P. ROBERTS- ATSAIC; COMMANDER OF FOLLOW-UP CAR
6) STEWART G. “STU” STOUT, JR.- ATSAIC; TRADE MART; PARKLAND HOSPITAL

WHD AGENTS “ON DUTY” 11/22/63 (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER):
[#1-49: As per WH document obtained by Fred Ciacelli of the JFK Museum in FL]

7) ANDREW E. BERGER- TRADE MART; PARKLAND HOSPITAL; DRIVER OF HEARSE
8) GERALD S. BLAINE- HOTEL TEXAS; AUSTIN
9) PERCY HAMILTON “HAM” BROWN- IN HYANNISPORT W/ JOSEPH P. KENNEDY, SR.
10) ROBERT R. BURKE- ADVANCE AGENT FOR AUSTIN
11) PAUL A. BURNS- HOTEL TEXAS; AUSTIN
12) TOBY J. CHANDLER- IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ATTENDING SS SCHOOL
13) J. WALTER COUGHLIN- SAN ANTONIO
14) LUBERT F. “BERT” de FREESE- HOUSTON
15) WILLIAM L. DUNCAN- HOTEL TEXAS (ADVANCE AGENT- FORT WORTH)
16) ROBERT R. FAISON- HOTEL TEXAS; AUSTIN [AFRICAN-AMERICAN]
17) ROBERT W. FOSTER- SAIC OF “KIDDIE” DETAIL
18) KENNETH S. GIANNOULES- HOTEL TEXAS; AUSTIN
19) DAVID B. GRANT- TRADE MART; PARKLAND HOSPITAL (ASSISTED LAWSON IN THE DALLAS ADVANCE)
20) DENNIS R. HALTERMAN- ADVANCE AGENT FOR SAN ANTONIO
21) NED HALL II- HOTEL TEXAS (ASSISTED DUNCAN WITH FORT WORTH ADVANCE)
22) CLINTON J. HILL- SAIC OF FIRST LADY DETAIL; FOLLOW-UP CAR
23) RICHARD E. JOHNSEN- TRADE MART; PARKLAND HOSPITAL [CE399]
24) ROBERT L. KOLLAR- IN ATOKA/ MIDDLEBURG, VA (KENNEDY RESIDENCE)
25) PAUL E. LANDIS, JR.- FIRST LADY DETAIL; FOLLOW-UP CAR
26) WINSTON G. LAWSON- LEAD CAR; ADVANCE AGENT- DALLAS
27) DONALD J. LAWTON- LOVE FIELD
28) LYNN S. MEREDITH- “KIDDIE” DETAIL
29) WILLIAM “TIM” McINTYRE- FOLLOW-UP CAR
30) JOHN J. “MUGGSY” O’LEARY- LOVE FIELD
31) ERNEST E. OLSSON, JR.- TRADE MART; PARKLAND HOSPITAL
32) GERALD W. O’ROURKE- HOTEL TEXAS; AUSTIN
33) WILLIAM B. PAYNE- AUSTIN (ASSISTED IN THE ADVANCE W/ BURKE)
34) RONALD M. PONTIUS- ADVANCE AGENT FOR HOUSTON
35) JOHN D. “JACK” READY- FOLLOW-UP CAR
36) SAMUEL E. SULLIMAN- TRADE MART; PARKLAND HOSPITAL
37) THOMAS H. WELLS- “KIDDIE” DETAIL
38) JOHN F. YEAGER- AUSTIN (ASSISTED IN THE ADVANCE)
39) CHARLES T. “CHUCK” ZBORIL- IN ATOKA/ MIDDLEBURG, VA (KENNEDY RESIDENCE)
40) WILLIAM C. DAVIS- GARAGE
41) EVE B. DEMPSHER- SECRETARY
42) CARROLL A. WINSLOW- SECRETARY

WHITE HOUSE GARAGE/ CHAUFFEURS:

43) MORGAN L. GIES- SAIC; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
44) WILLIAM R. GREER- DRIVER OF LIMOUSINE ON ENTIRE TEXAS TRIP
45) GEORGE W. HICKEY, JR.- FOLLOW-UP CAR [AR-15]
46) SAMUEL A. KINNEY- DRIVER OF FOLLOW-UP CAR
47) HENRY J. RYBKA- LOVE FIELD; IN SAN ANTONIO, HOUSTON, AND FORT WORTH FOLLOW-UP CARS

SAIC OF KENNEDY RESIDENCE IN ATOKA/ MIDDLEBURG, VA:

48) WADE J. RODHAM- IN ATOKA

NEW MEMBER OF GARAGE DETAIL:

49) ANDREW M. HUTCH- IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

PRS PERSONNEL:

50) ROBERT I. BOUCK- SAIC PRS: IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
51) CHESTER J. MILLER- ASAIC PRS; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
52) GLEN A. BENNETT- PRS; FOLLOW-UP CAR
53) JAMES K. “JACK” FOX- PRS (PHOTOGRAPHER); PHOTOGRAPHED LIMO ON 11/23/63
54) HOWARD K. NORTON- PRS (PHOTOGRAPHER); AUSTIN; PHOTOGRAPHED LIMO ON 11/23/63
55) MAX D. PHILLIPS- PRS: WENT TO DALLAS AFTER ASSASSINATION RE: Z FILM
56) WALTER PINE- PRS: IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
57) A. DALE WUNDERLICH- PRS: WENT TO DALLAS AFTER ASSASSINATION RE: INVESTIGATION
58) EDITH B. DUNCAN- PRS: BOUCK’S SECRETARY; HAD BEEN SECRETARY TO FORMER CHIEF“U.E.” BAUGHMAN
59) WALTER H. YOUNG-PRS; HEAD OF FILES SECTION
60) CECIL TAYLOR-PRS
61) ELMER C. LAWRENCE-PRS
62) FRANK G. STONER-PRS LIAISON OFFICER
63) ELLIOT C. THACKER-HEAD INSPECTOR OF PRS
64) THOMAS WHITE
65) DEETER B. “DICK” FLOHR

V.P. LBJ AGENTS:

66) H. STUART “STU” KNIGHT- SAIC V.P.; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
67) RUFUS W. YOUNGBLOOD- ASAIC V.P.; LBJ’S CAR
68) THOMAS “LEM” JOHNS- ATSAIC V.P.; V.P. FOLLOW-UP CAR
69) GERALD “JERRY” BECHTLE- V.P.; LBJ RANCH
70) DONALD BENDICKSON- V.P.; LBJ RANCH
71) JAMES R. “JIM” GOODENOUGH- V.P.; V.P. ADVANCE AGENT FOR HOUSTON
72) JERRY D. KIVETT- V.P.; V.P. FOLLOW-UP CAR; V.P. ADVANCE AGENT FOR FORT WORTH
73) CLARENCE KNETSCH- V.P.;
74) PAUL S. RUNDLE- V.P.;
75) MICHAEL J. SHANNON- V.P.; HOTEL TEXAS AND LBJ RANCH
76) CHARLES E. TAYLOR, JR.- V.P., 1961; INVOLVED IN LIMO INSPECTION NIGHT OF 11/22/63
77) WARREN “WOODY” TAYLOR- V.P.; V.P. FOLLOW-UP CAR; ASSIGNED TO LADY BIRD
78) WILSON “BILL” LIVINGOOD-V.P.

TREASURY OFFICIALS:

79) C. DOUGLAS DILLON- SEC. OF THE TREASURY; ON A CABINET PLANE W/ SALINGER
80) A. GILMORE FLUSE- ASST. SEC. OF THE TREAS.- DISCHARGED 1961
81) ROBERT CARSWELL-Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury
82) ROBERT A. WALLACE- ASST. SEC. OF THE TREAS.; IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ATTENDING A LUNCHEON
83) G. d’ANDELOT “DON”BELIN- ACTING SEC. OF THE TREAS./ GENERAL COUNSEL
84) HENRY H. “JOE” FOWLER- UNDER SEC. OF THE TREASURY
85) WILLIAM T. HEFFELFINGER- HIGHEST RANKING TREAS. OFFICIAL- LEFT IN 1961
86) JAMES P. HENDRICK-BECAME DEPUTY ASST. SEC. 1962

CHIEF’S OFFICE:

87) URBANUS “U.E” BAUGHMAN- CHIEF (1948- SEPT. 1961)
88) JAMES J. ROWLEY- CHIEF (SEPT. 1961- 1972/1973; SAIC OF WHD 1947- SEPT. 1961); IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ATTENDING A LUNCHEON
89) RUSSELL DANIELS- DEPUTY CHIEF- DISCHARGED 1962 (HAD BEEN AN INSPECTOR)
90) PAUL J. PATERNI- DEPUTY CHIEF; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.; INVOLVED IN LIMO INSPECTION W/ BORING NIGHT OF 11/22/63
91) EDWARD WILDY- DEPUTY CHIEF
92) JOHN E. CAMPION- AIDE TO THE ASST. CHIEF FOR SECURITY (HAD BEEN AN ASAIC)

INSPECTORS:

93) MICHAEL W. TORINA- CHIEF INSPECTOR
94) N. JACKSON KRILL- CHIEF INSPECTOR; DEBRIEFED AGENTS AFTER ASSASSINATION
95) THOMAS J. KELLEY- INSPECTOR; WENT TO DALLAS AFTER ASSASSINATION RE: LHO; INVOLVED IN SS SURVEY; LIAISON TO WC BY ROWLEY; INVOLVED IN DRINKING INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
96) GERARD B. “JERRY” McCANN- INSPECTOR; INVOLVED IN DRINKING INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
97) BURRILL PETERSON- INSPECTOR; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
98) JACK WARNER- INSPECTOR; IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
-RUSSELL DANIELS- INSPECTOR

MISC. WHD AGENTS FROM SECRET SERVICE SHIFT REPORTS NOVEMBER 1963:

99) EDWARD MOREY
100) KENNETH J. WIESMAN
101) JOSEPH PAOLELLA (HAD BEEN ON 3/23/63 CHICAGO TRIP)
102) WILLIAM R. STRAUGHN
103) RICHARD “DICK” METZINGER
104) JOHN J. McCARTHY
105) WILLIAM J. BACHERMAN
106) ROY (GENE) NUNN
107) RADFORD W. JONES
108) KENT D. JORDAN- FIRST LADY DETAIL (TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENT FROM WASHINGTON FIELD OFFICE [WFO])
109) KEN THOMPSON
110) GLENN WEAVER
111) DALE KEANER
112) JOHN J. GIUFFRE- “KIDDIE” DETAIL (FROM INDIANAPOLIS [AND DALLAS] OFFICE [S])

MISC. WHD AGENTS:

113) LARRY NEWMAN- NO RELATION TO JFK’S FRIEND OF THE SAME NAME
114) EDWARD Z. TUCKER- “KIDDIE” DETAIL 1961 (WENT TO CHICAGO OFFICE
115) JIM GRIFFITH- 1961
116) JACK PARKER- 1961
117) GEORGE CHANEY- 1961
118) ABRAHAM W. BOLDEN, SR.- 1961 (FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEMBER OF WHD); CHICAGO OFFICE, 1961-MAY 1964
119) HARVEY HENDERSON- LATER, BIRMINGHAM OFFICE
120) ROBERT E. LILLEY- MEMBER OF WHD/ JFK ERA FROM ELECTION NIGHT UNTIL OCT. 1963; WENT TO BOSTON OFFICE
121) JERRY DOLAN
122) HOWARD S. ANDERSON- WHD LECTURER (W/ BOUCK)
123) JACK WALSH- V.P./ LBJ DETAIL, 1961;”KIDDIE” DETAIL, 1961 – BECAME SAIC OF THIS DETAIL APRIL 1968
124) JIM JEFFERIES- ASSIGNED TO FIRST LADY DETAIL NOVEMBER 1960
125) J. LEROY LEWIS- SAIC OF FORGERY SECTION
126) JOHN PAUL JONES- V.P./ LBJ DETAIL, 1961
127) JACK HOLTZHAUER- SAME AS ABOVE
128) THOMAS B. SHIPMAN- DRIVER [deceased Oct. 14, 1963]
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some detailed obits:
Kenneth Iacovoni
– special agent
Jill Tucker, SF Chronicle Staff Writer

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Kenneth D. Iacovoni stood at President Gerald Ford’s side just outside
the St. Francis Hotel on Sept. 22, 1975, when a gun went off from 40
feet away. Mr. Iacovoni, among the president’s Secret Service detail
that day, bolted across the street to help tackle the gunman, who
agents later realized was a woman.

Sara Jane Moore’s pistol shot had missed.

Years later, Mr. Iacovoni brought his wife, Darla Iacovoni, to the Post
Street side of the San Francisco hotel and showed her the bullet hole.
He described where the limousine was, where people stood, what
happened. It was one memory of many that Mr. Iacovoni collected during
his 20 years as a Secret Service agent.

Mr. Iacovoni, who protected six U.S. presidents during his career, died
Oct. 19 of congestive heart failure and other ailments. He was 75.

Born in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Jan. 22, 1931, Mr. Iacovoni had an
interest in protective service since he was an undergraduate at
Michigan State University in the early 1950s. He enlisted in the
Marines during the Korean War, interrupting his studies. He spent his
service on active duty in the Mediterranean region. Honorably
discharged in 1954, he returned to the university, earning a degree in
police administration.

He was appointed as a special agent in the Secret Service’s Cincinnati
field office by 1959 and to the president’s security detail in 1965. By
the time he left the service in 1979, he had protected Presidents
Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Ford
and Jimmy Carter.

He wasn’t with Kennedy the day the president died in 1963 but was
subsequently appointed to protect first lady Jacqueline Kennedy after
the assassination, said Mr. Iacovoni’s wife.

In 1969, he became the special agent in charge of the so-called Western
White House, Nixon’s home in San Clemente (Orange County), and in 1974,
he played the same role in the San Francisco field office.

“Ken’s career spanned six presidential administrations, and as the
special agent in charge of the San Francisco field office, he led this
district with distinction during the tumultuous 1970s and the attempt
by Sara Jane Moore on President Ford’s life in September 1975,” Jean
Mitchell, the current special agent in charge of the San Francisco
office, said in a statement.

Moore was convicted and is serving a life sentence at the Federal
Correctional Institution in Dublin.

Protecting presidents was never boring to Mr. Iacovoni, his wife said.
“I would say those were his most exciting times,” she said.

Yet, he wouldn’t always talk about the details of those days.

“He would neither comment nor gossip about the presidents,” his wife
said. “He was very loyal to the Secret Service and his position.”

Fellow agent Jerry Parr remembers meeting Mr. Iacovoni in Hawaii, as
Johnson headed to Vietnam during the war.

“For an agent, I always thought he had a lot of soul,” Parr said from
his home in Washington, D.C. “In other words, he cared about people.”

Upon his retirement, Mr. Iacovoni continued the line of work, serving
as head of security for the Pebble Beach Co. in the early 1980s. Later,
he performed various roles with O’Gara Protective Services, including
working with the Saudi Royal Guard Brigade in the early 1990s, living
and working in Saudi Arabia for five years.

Other jobs included overseeing security for the Revs. Billy and
Franklin Graham.

While security was his job, Mr. Iacovoni’s personal passion was
history.

“He read and read,” said his wife, adding that he loved all history,
but especially biographies of the early presidents.

Mr. Iacovoni’s place in history was set when Moore fired the gun in
1975.

“Our whole life was spent figuring out how to prevent that from
happening,” said Parr, who was protecting Reagan when he was shot on
March 30, 1981. Parr threw Reagan into the limousine, only later
realizing that the president was hit.

The two agents also liked to compare stories.

“We talked long and deep about (Mr. Iacovoni’s) particular day, and we
talked about mine,” Parr said. “It happened on your watch, and nobody
wants that to happen on your watch.”

Mr. Iacovoni is survived by his wife of 22 years, Darla Iacovoni of San
Jose; daughter, Lisa Uvehara of Sacramento; son, Kevin Iacovoni of
Brentwood; stepson, Ron Jenkins of Hollister; stepdaughters, Robyn Blum
of Los Gatos and Danielle Jenkins of San Jose; four grandchildren, with
a fifth due Wednesday; brother, Gordon Iacovoni of Michigan; and
several nieces and nephews.

Henry Kulbaski, 74; Ordered Copter Over White House Downed

By Yvonne Shinhoster Lamb, Washington Post Staff Writer

Henry S. Kulbaski, 74, a uniformed Secret Service agent who played the
accordion on the South Lawn for President John F. Kennedy and ordered
an errant aircraft shot down over the White House in 1974, died of
cancer June 17 [2007] at Geisinger Hospital in Wilkes-Barre,
Pennsylvania.

Mr. Kulbaski was watch commander in the White House Executive Office
control center in the pre-dawn hours of Feb. 17, 1974, when he
received word from the Maryland State Police that an army helicopter
had been stolen from Fort Meade and was being chased into restricted
air space near the White House.

As the purloined UH1B Huey helicopter circled the Washington Monument,
Mr. Kulbaski watched and waited. President Richard M. Nixon and his
family were away, and at 1 a.m. Mr. Kulbaski was having difficulty
reaching his superiors.

“When no one answered, I knew I had to make the decision myself,” he
told the Citizen’s Voice in Wilkes-Barre in 1994.

The copter buzzed the White House and resumed circling the monument.
If it came back, Mr. Kulbaski told the protective service agents on
duty, be prepared to shoot it down.

About 20 minutes later, the copter headed again toward the White
House, and Mr. Kulbaski gave the order. The copter “landed in a blaze
of gunfire on the south lawn of the White House,” according to a 1974
article in The Washington Post.

The pilot, who had taken the state police on an erratic 50-mile
journey through Maryland and into Washington [dc], suffered
superficial pellet wounds and was taken into custody.

Nixon later congratulated Mr. Kulbaski for issuing the order to down
the helicopter.

Mr. Kulbaski, an accomplished accordion player who specialized in
polkas, was asked by first lady Jacqueline Kennedy to play at White
House parties for the president, which he did.

However, when President Lyndon B. Johnson asked him to play his
accordion at a reception in honor of his daughter Lynda Bird’s wedding
to Charles S. Robb, he declined. Mr. Kulbaski was concerned that he
did not have sufficient time to master the song “The Yellow Rose of
Texas,” said his nephew, Frank Kulbaski.

During his 20-year career, Mr. Kulbaski spent much of his time at the
White House managing tours and was frequently called on by members of
Congress to provide tours for family members and important
constituents. He also gave VIP tours to many Hollywood luminaries.

In a 1967 Parade magazine piece, Jack Anderson wrote about Mr.
Kulbaski encountering a 4-year-old on one of his tours who was the
first to respond to the question of who was the nation’s 13th
president. (It was Millard Fillmore.) Mr. Kulbaski, who questioned the
boy further, was amazed at his knowledge of all 36 presidents and
arranged for him to meet President Johnson, his nephew said.

Mr. Kulbaski was born in Ashley, Pennsylvania, and after graduating
from high school at 17, he sought to join the Navy, but his parents
refused to sign the required consent form for minors. Eager to enlist,
he persuaded the owner of the embroidery factory where he worked to
sign the form. He was accepted for service and stationed in Hawaii,
where he primarily repaired helicopter rotors.

After four years in the Navy, Mr. Kulbaski moved to Buffalo, where
worked for the Bell Aircraft Corp., helping to assemble the Bell X-1,
the first aircraft to break the sound barrier.

He later moved to Washington and briefly worked in the D.C.
[Washington DC] police department. In 1958, he joined the Secret
Service’s Uniformed Division. His service spanned six presidents, from
Dwight D. Eisenhower to Jimmy Carter, before he retired as a
lieutenant in 1978 and returned to Ashley.

Survivors include his longtime companion, Shirley Carey of Ashley; a
sister; and a brother.

http://www.cantonrep.com/index.php?ID=334625&Category=9

Former U.S. Secret Service agent Robert G. Reese, who protected two
U.S. presidents and became a respected mediator for Stark County
Family Court, died Monday at 58 at his Jackson Township home, due to
cancer.
“He really fought hard and had a very optimistic outlook through it
all,” said his wife of 32 years, Joyce Reese. “His family, his friends
were very important to him.”

She said her husband was diagnosed with cancer of the esophagus eight
months ago, but doctors then gave him a good prognosis. The tumor was
removed, but the cancer had spread.

Stark County Family Court Judge David Stucki said Reese, who became a
full-time attorney after he retired from the Secret Service, was one
of the best mediators and Guardians Ad Litem his court had ever had. A
Guardian Ad Litem investigates child custody disputes to help
determine what’s in the best interests of the children.

“There’s going to be a huge hole in the hearts of his family and all
the people at the court who loved him,” said Stucki, who visited Reese
about a week ago. “I don’t know if I would be as stoic and as calm and
resolute as Bob was.”

Former Canton city councilwoman Rosemary Diamond worked for him as a
paralegal and later oversaw his work, when she became a family liaison
specialist for Stark Family Court.

“There’s no one I’ve ever met who’s had the capabilities, the
intelligence and most importantly, the objectivity that he had,” she
said.

Former Canton FBI resident agent-in-charge William Downey remembered
working with Reese, when he was the agent-in-charge of the Secret
Service’s Canton office during the 1980s.

“His love for the community resulted in his family remaining here,”
Downey said. “He was a dedicated public servant committed to
cooperation between law enforcement agencies.”

Reese was born in Johnstown, Pa. After graduating from Indiana
University in Indiana, Pa. in 1970, Reese joined the Secret Service
and joined the presidential security detail in 1978, later protecting
Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. He later told The
Repository he was riding in a car with other agents to start a shift
protecting Reagan in March 1981, when he heard that Reagan had been
shot. He guarded Reagan as he lay on his hospital bed.

Reese retired from the Secret Service in 1991, got a law degree from
the University of Akron and established a legal practice, before
becoming a Guardian Ad Litem and mediator for the Family Court.

Friends may call 5-9 p.m. Friday at Lamiell. Service will be 11 a.m.
Saturday at St. Michael’s Catholic Church.

Thomas Dexter Strong, a retired Secret Service agent, and who lived in
Arnold, Maryland, died of complications of diabetes December 4, 2005,
at Anne Arundel [Maryland] Medical Center, at the age of 73.

Mr. Strong worked for the Secret Service from 1959 until 1985, serving
as an inspector in the Washington headquarters and as a field agent in
New England and the Midwest.

He was born in Saginaw, Michigan, and raised in Plymouth, Michigan, and
Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War.

He graduated from Michigan State University’s police administration
school and then worked a year as a probationary officer in Saginaw,
Michigan, before joining the Secret Service.

He took some time off in 1967 to establish the public safety department
at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.

After his Secret Service retirement, he worked for 10 years in the
inspector general’s office at the Department of Education. He later
conducted background investigations for an organization that does
security clearance work.

Mr. Strong was past president of the Association of Former Agents of
the U.S. Secret Service. He played racquetball in the Senior Olympics.

Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Nancy Jean Pickard Strong of
Arnold, Maryland; three children, Lauren S. Cowan of Crofton, Thomas M.
Strong of Ashburn, Maryland, and Mark J. Strong of Baltimore, Maryland;
a brother; and seven grandchildren.

Washington Post

John Paul Jones
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Former Secret Service agent John Jones, who
protected four presidents and drove Jackie Kennedy to the hospital for the
birth of her son John, died Wednesday of pancreatic cancer. He was 75.
He probably had a book full of anecdotes about his association with presidents,
but mostly kept those to himself, said his wife of 51 years, Betty Jones.
However, occasionally he would talk about something harmless, such as driving
then-president-elect Kennedy’s wife to the hospital.
His wife said his first assignment was Eisenhower’s grandchildren.
Jones spent 25 years with the Secret Service, working with presidents
Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon. He also was head of the Albuquerque
Secret Service office twice before his retirement in 1979.
___
Arthur Lincoln Godfrey, 81, a Secret Service agent who was assigned to
presidential protection in the 1950s and 1960s and who retired in 1974
as assistant special agent in charge of the protective operations
service, died of kidney failure May 12, 2002, at Southern Maryland
Hospital Center in Clinton, Maryland.

Mr. Godfrey, a Temple Hills, Maryland, resident, served under
Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon, largely
doing trip planning. After he retired, he was assistant press
secretary in the late 1970s for former vice president Nelson A.
Rockefeller. He also did press work for the Labor Department until the
early 1990s.

Mr. Godfrey was a native of Farmington, Michigan, and a police
administration graduate of Michigan State University.

He served in the Army in Europe during World War II, and his
decorations included a Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He
received the Silver Star for rescuing a soldier and carrying him back
to friendly lines in Italy while under enemy fire.

His avocations included photography, and after retiring, he took
freelance pictures on auto-racing assignments for the Associated
Press. He also was the official photographer of the Association of
Former Agents of the U.S. Secret Service.

He was a recipient of the Treasury Department’s Albert Gallatin Award.

Robert J. Motto, 88, a former Secret Service agent who protected five
presidents in his 21-year career, died Tuesday, March 19, 2002, in his
Downers Grove, Illinois, home after a heart attack. Born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., Mr. Motto attended City College of New York and served in the
U.S. Army from 1942 to 1946 in counterintelligence. After the war, he
was an investigator with the U.S. Postal Service in New York. Mr.
Motto joined the Secret Service in 1949 and over the years worked in
field offices in St. Louis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Springfield and
Washington, D.C. He retired in 1970 as the assistant to the special
agent in charge of the Chicago field office. Mr. Motto and his late
brother Carmine, also a Secret Service agent, were renowned for their
undercover work, colleagues and family members said. “Both my dad and
my uncle were very, very low-key people,” said Mr. Motto’s niece,
Irene Kaufman. “I think that’s what helped them both be very
successful undercover agents.” During his Secret Service career, Mr.
Motto solved several counterfeiting cases, and he had numerous
adventures guarding presidents, recalled his longtime neighbor, Terry
Mejdrech. Mr. Motto used to tell the story about how he once had to
tackle President Harry Truman when there was some gunfire outside of
where Truman was staying and Mr. Motto thought the president was too
near the window, Mejdrech said. In the excitement, Mr. Motto yelled
and actually swore at Truman, she said. “The next day, he thought he
was going to be fired for sure,” Mejdrech said. “But Truman thanked
him profusely.” After his career with the Secret Service, Mr. Motto
held several state and local police jobs and worked as a private
investigator, retiring fully only about five years ago.

It wasn’t easy for Larry Hess to become a Secret Service agent and,
once in, he quickly became a good one.

“When Larry and I joined, there were only 300 agents,” said Frank
Slocum of Waianae, Hawaii. “In order to get into the Secret Service,
somebody had to die or resign or be fired to create an opening.”

That was 1955, and the service was under the Treasury Department. “We
always had to set an example of thrift,” said the retired agent. “We
had to drive old cars without radios or air-conditioning.”

Working counterfeit cases, Mr. Hess helped agents get nicer cars to
drive.

“We always met with the suspect in his own car,” Mr. Slocum said,
because those had more luxuries than Secret Service cars. “That way,
after we got the counterfeit money, we could seize the car. That’s how
we got our cars.”

Mr. Hess, who was an expert marksman, was assigned to field offices
from Los Angeles to Atlanta. He helped protect presidents from Dwight
D. Eisenhower onward through his retirement in 1981, said his son, Tom
Hess of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The funeral for Lawrence Thomas Hess, 79, of Snellville is 11 a.m.
Thursday at Henry Funeral Home. The graveside service is 2:30 p.m.
Thursday at Georgia Veterans Cemetery in Milledgeville. He died of
cancer Sunday at Embracing Hospice.

When a president was traveling near the field office where he was
assigned, Mr. Hess was called upon to provide additional Secret Service
protection, Mr. Slocum said. For three years he protected President
Eisenhower’s grandson, David Eisenhower, with whom he maintained a
relationship, his son said.

When President Eisenhower was playing golf at Augusta National or in
Palm Springs, Calif., Mr. Hess was on the course with him, but not on
the fairway. “We had to walk in the rough toting radios and machine
guns,” Mr. Slocum said. “That’s why I don’t like golf.”

Mr. Hess was attached to President Richard Nixon’s historic trip to
China and to the investigation of President John F. Kennedy’s
assassination in 1963, his son said.

Because he was a bachelor in the Secret Service, he got moved around
frequently and called upon for a variety of assignments, Mr. Slocum
said.

“I would consider Larry a good agent because he was very
conscientious,” he said. “He was a go-getter, plus, he was a very smart
guy.”

Once he left the Secret Service, Mr. Hess continued to protect
presidents in his fashion. Through letters to the editor of The Atlanta
Journal-Constitution, he castigated the press, opponents of the
president and the nation’s allies.

“He was a Ronald Reagan Republican,” his son said.

At home, he entertained himself playing the piano and collecting beer
steins. In the community, the World War II Navy veteran had been an
officer of VFW 4180 and of the American Legion in Snellville, his son
said.

Survivors include his wife, Suesan Hess; another son, Larry Hess of
Snellville; and two grandchildren.

Chicago Tribune

June 20, 2004 Sunday

LEE RAYMOND SCHAR, 59;
26-year Secret Service agent

BYLINE: By Joan Giangrasse Kates, Special to the Tribune.

Although his job for more than two decades was to protect
presidents and other high-ranking officials–challenging
work that often took him halfway around the globe–Lee
Raymond Schar’s thoughts were never far from his family.

Mr. Schar, 59, of Whitefish, Mont., formerly of Naperville,
died after a 10-month battle with cancer Tuesday, June 15,
in his home.

As a 26-year U.S. Secret Service agent during the 1970s,
’80s and ’90s, Mr. Schar had a front-row seat to many
historic events. But on March 30, 1981, the day President
Ronald Reagan was shot by would-be assassin John Hinckley
just blocks from the White House, the Chicago native was
working outside the nation’s capital, as part of a security
detail for Vice President George H.W. Bush.

After learning about the attempt on the president’s life,
Mr. Schar was told that fellow agent and friend Timothy
McCarthy, a Chicago-area native who is now chief of police
in Orland Park, also had been shot and wounded in the
ordeal.

“Because we were never sure what Lee was doing or where he
was, his first reaction that day was to call our house and
let us know he was OK,” recalled his wife of 35 years,
Joyce. “But there weren’t cell phones back then and he
couldn’t get ahold of me. We were living in a suburb of
Virginia, not too far from where the McCarthys lived. So
when I heard the news, I jumped into our car and drove to
Tim’s house to be with his wife.”

It wasn’t until hours later, and after seeing television
coverage of his wife’s mini-van parked in the driveway of
the McCarthy home, that Mr. Schar realized where his wife
had been.

“I’ll never forget that day as long as I live,” his wife
said. “It was chaotic and frightening for everyone.”

Born in Chicago, Mr. Schar grew up in Berkeley and was a
1963 graduate of Proviso West High School in Hillside, where
he met his wife. In 1968, he graduated from the University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a major in psychology
and a minor in human factor engineering. He and his wife
married in 1969, and for a few years later he worked as a
grade school English teacher.

Mr. Schar began his Secret Service career in 1974, working
in the Chicago field office, where he assisted in criminal
investigations and was briefly assigned to protect President
Gerald Ford. Two years later, he served as part of a
security detail for Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale, who
were then still candidates for president and vice president.

“His lifelong dream had always been to go into law
enforcement as a way of helping people,” his wife said. “He
got to know an agent with the Secret Service who told him
all about it and encouraged him to take the tests.”

In 1980, Mr. Schar moved with his family to the Washington
area, and after Reagan took office, he was assigned to
protect Bush. Eight years later, he returned to Chicago to
work in the intelligence and fraud division, and settled
with his family in Naperville.

In 2000, Mr. Schar left the Secret Service and moved to
Montana, where he built a mountain home in Whitefish. After
Sept. 11, 2001, however, he accepted a position supervising
federal air marshals in Seattle for the Transportation
Security Administration, working there until his retirement
in January.

“`Passion’is an overused word these days, but it’s really
what Lee felt when it came to his work,” said Paul Radzicki
of Naperville, a longtime friend and retired Secret Service
agent.

Other survivors include three daughters, Kristin, Jenny
Hutt, and Katherine; his parents, Wallace and Fern; and two
brothers, James and Keith.

Visitation will be held from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday in Grove
Memorial Chapel, 1199 S. Arlington Heights Rd., Elk Grove
Village. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
chapel.

Charles F. “Keith” Lummis, 97, an ex-Secret Service agent and a
biographer of his father, who founded Los Angeles’ Southwest Museum,
died Monday, April 22, 2002, in San Francisco, Californai, no cause
given. Lummis’ book, “Charles F. Lummis: The Man and His West,” was
published in 1975 by Oklahoma University Press. It described the
colorful life of the senior Lummis, a newspaperman who walked from
Chillicothe, Ohio, to Los Angeles, California, writing about his
adventures and collecting Indian artifacts along the way.

The senior Lummis worked as an editor at the Los Angeles Times and a
librarian for the Los Angeles Public Library, and founded the
Southwest Museum in 1912. Keith Lummis worked for the Border Patrol as
well as the Secret Service, where he guarded President Franklin D.
Roosevelt.

He helped preserve the Lummis legacy through the biography of his
father and his contacts with the respected museum. In 1975, he gave
the museum a 400-page guest book containing the signatures of his
father’s famous visitors.

—————

see also:

http://media.yaf.org/libertas/Summer05/Lib26.3%2031.pdf

(6/12/05 reunion of Reagan agents—Garrick Newman, Jim Yarosh, Winfield Erickson pictured)

and

http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0506/13/ltm.06.html

(re: 6/12/05 reunion)
inc.:
O’BRIEN: It’s been a year since the nation paid its final respects to former President Ronald Reagan. Over the weekend, some special friends made an emotional visit to the Reagan grave site.

More now from CNN’s Peter Viles.

(BEGIN VIDEO TAPE)

PETER VILES, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): : A year after Nancy Reagan said that final good-bye to her husband, a big group of old friends came to visit her —nearly 200 retired Secret Service agents, many of the men who once protected Mrs. Reagan and her husband.

GARRICK NEWMAN, U.S. SECRET SERVICE (RET.): This is just a show of respect and wanting to pay their regards to him and visit his gravesite.

VILES: Among that number, a retired agent named John Barletta.

BARLETTA: It’s just that he was so loved. These agents from all over the world, paying their own money, they wanted to do a tribute to Ronald Reagan.

VILES: Few agents knew the Reagans better. He rode horseback with the president. The day her husband was shot, he tried and failed to keep Mrs. Reagan away from the hospital.

BARLETTA: We said, “Mrs. Reagan, we’d rather you stay here. We don’t know what’s going on. And for you — we’d rather have control here.”

And she just looked and said, “Either you take me or I’m walking.”

I went,“Yes!”

VILES: Now retired, John trains guide dogs. He likes to bring them to a favorite spot on a hillside to tell them about his old friend. BARLETTA: He was a good man, Astro.

VILES: He shares memories with the book “Riding with Reagan,” memories that still touch his heart.

(on camera): Do you miss him?

BARLETTA: I miss him a lot.

VILES: It’s been a year, yes.

BARLETTA: It’s OK. He knows I’m having trouble.

VILES: I didn’t mean to shake you up like that.

BARLETTA: We were very close. I’m honored to be so. It’s just amazing. We had hundreds of hours of one on one conversation. And usually as an agent, you know, you’re not there to be his friend. But you couldn’t be around him very long without becoming his friend.

VILES (voice-over): An old friend gone, but not forgotten.

BARLETTA: We’ll be back.

VILES: Peter Viles, for CNN, Simi Valley, California.

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DeProspero:

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9B01E5D71338F937A35752C0A964948260

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/stories/service051598.htm

————-
Oral histories—not complete; only up to 1/1/99:

http://www.acorn.net/jfkplace/03/VP/vp-oh.html

————-
“EYEBALLING PRESIDENTIAL PROTECTION”

http://eyeball-series.org/prezsec/prezsec-eyeball.htm

———-
3/30/81:

http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/reference/usss0330198.html

———
barbara riggs:

http://pccw.alumni.cornell.edu/news/newsletters/spring06/riggs.html

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Air Marshalls and the USSS:

https://www.theaviationnation.com/documents/The_USSS_Factor.pdf

————
1997 agents/ positions:

http://www.fas.org/irp/congress/1997_hr/haptrepar1_0-6.htm

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from

http://www.ncjrs.gov/txtfiles/170612.txt

“The authors especially thank Director Lewis C.
Merletti; former Directors John R. Simpson and Eljay Bowron;
Assistant Directors H. Terrence Samway, Michael Smelser, David Lee,
and Stephen Sergek; Special Agents in Charge Jane Vezeris and Dale
Wilson
; Deputy Special Agent in Charge James Lucey; Special Agents
Marty Allen, Steve Amico, Al Baker, John Berglund, Mike Garduno,
Paul Gebicke, and George Sexton
; Intelligence Research Specialist Chris
Wallace
; Research Section Chief Margaret Coggins, Ph.D.; Researchers
Angela Macdonald and Joseph Gerston; Senior Intelligence Research
Specialist Lynn Zimney; Archivist Michael Sampson; Supervisory
Visual Specialist Ed Ross; and Visual Information Specialists Jeff
Clemente, Bob Fulk, MacKenzie Kearney, and Patrick Nolan
. A special
note of thanks is due Assistant Director Sergek, who reviewed ECSP
drafts and provided numerous comments.”
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COMPILED by Vince Palamara 1998-2012 using countless over-the-counter sources (books, documentaries on television/ video/ dvd, etc), primary source documents from the National Archives and various presidential libraries, my interviews and correspondence with 80+ former Secret Service agents, and various not-for-profit/ "free" sites on the internet (such as various newsgroup postings available for the entire world to view and store since 1998). Special thanks to Kathlee Fitzgerald and Darwin Horn. Posted on this blog FREE for research purposes. No malice intended or infered.


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