Ambassador George W. Haley Honored

 Frank Underwood, Jr. and Col. U.S. Army (Ret) Frank Underwood Sr. with Mrs. Underwood
Photo courtesy of Frank Underwood, Jr.
Frank Underwood, Jr. and Col. U.S. Army (Ret) Frank Underwood Sr. with Mrs. Underwood

On Aug. 25 Special Chair, H.E. Blaise Cherif, Ambassador of Republic of Guinea; World Ebony Network Board Chairman, Col. US Army (Ret) Frank E. Underwood, and many distinguished guests gathered at the Women’s National Democratic Club to celebrate the 87th birthday of Ambassador Haley and to summon people of African ancestry to find their identity and rebuild a stronger black family. A moment of levity among the many tributes and presentation of the Ambassador George W. Haley Inaugural Award for distinguished service was that the ambassador and his wife Doris share the same birthday although she playfully chides that it was a different year.

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Sep 12, 2012 at 12:32 AM Robert M. Blincoe

George W. Haley spent three years in the United States Air Force during World War II, but he is not yet registered in our nation's WWII Registry. He should be registered, and I want to help him get this to happen.
If I had an email or street address for him, I would be pleased to contact him direct. Can you refer this message to him or to a friend of his. Thanks.

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Dec 24, 2012 at 3:14 AM Margie

Hello I was reading your post about Mr Haley I can't understand why he was never place on the registry it is his god given right Mr Haley sever in WWII rightfully his name should have been place on the list I'm sure even though lot's of black's sever in the armsevers there has to be some kind of record that was kept check in our government archive I would be proud to to see this happen..

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Jul 3, 2013 at 10:48 AM Robert Barber

I'm proud to say that I served with George Haley at the US Information Agency in the 1980s.
I would like to extent belated congratulations to him for his life long contributions to our county and for the many kindnesses he extended to me during our association.
Bob Barber

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