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Andrew Neil George
(9 October 1952 - )
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Andrew Neil George

Andrew Neil George is a British diplomat. George served as the Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Anguilla from July 2006 to March 2009.

Early life and education

Andrew George grew up in Scotland and has a university degree in history.

Career

Prior to becoming Governor, he had a long career serving the Foreign and Commonwealth Office including postings in Australia, Paraguay, Thailand (where he met his wife) and Indonesia.

Personal life

He and his wife, Watanalak George who was born in Thailand. The couple have two children: a daughter, Arada and a son, Michael.

Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_George_(diplomat)
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OCCUPATION: Diplomat
 
BORN: 9 October 1952
BIRTHPLACE: Edinburgh, Scotland
 
NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
Governor of Anguilla: 10 Jul 2006 - 11 Mar 2009
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