★ Philip A. Ray
Philip Alexander ray was an American lawyer and author who served as Undersecretary of Commerce under President Eisenhower.
1. Early life. (Ранняя жизнь)
Ray was born and raised in salt lake city on may 27, 1911, where his father practiced law. He was the son of William Wallace ray 1880-1957 and Leda née Rawlins ray 1880-1957, and had two brothers, Joseph and William ray, and a sister, Julia hills Richland. His maternal grandfather was Joseph Lafayette Rawlins, a United States Senator from Utah who previously served as a delegate to the United States House of representatives from the at-large district of Utah territory.
He was educated at Stanford University and served in U.S. Navy intelligence during world war II.
2. Career. (Карьера)
From 1954 to 1956, ray served as General counsel to the Department of Commerce, before being appointed Undersecretary to Sinclair Weeks in 1959. He served until President John F. Kennedy took office in January 1961, and was succeeded by Edward Gudeman. After serving in government, ray moved to San Francisco, where he practiced corporate law as a partner at Kelso, Cotton, Seligan and Ray with Louis O. Kelso.
Ray also took a deep interest in Latin American Affairs, lecturing on the subject and writing a book called "South wind Red: the crisis of our hemisphere", first published in 1962.
3. Personal life. (Личная жизнь)
After a short illness, he died in San Francisco, California, on July 15, 1970. He was survived by his widow, Benes, and was buried in the cemetery of Yellowstone national Park in Fremont County, Idaho.
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