Appointment of Anne
Newman Foreman as General Counsel of the Air Force
October 27, 1987
President today announced his intention to appoint Anne Newman Foreman to be
General Counsel of the Department of the Air Force.
1985 Mrs. Foreman has served at the White House as Associate Director of
Presidential Personnel for National Security. Before joining the White House
staff, Mrs. Foreman practiced law with the Washington office of the
Houston-based law firm of Bracewell and Patterson,
where she specialized in international law and litigation. A former career
member of the Foreign Service, Mrs. Foreman was posted as a political officer
to Beirut, Lebanon, and to Tunis, Tunisia, and as an economic
officer to the United States Mission to the United Nations. She was a member of
the United States delegation to the 31st
Session of the United Nations General Assembly and to the 60th Session of the
United Nations Economic and Social Council.
Foreman graduated from the University of Southern California (B.A., 1969; M.A.,
1975) and American University (J.D., 1980). She is
articulate in French and Arabic. Mrs. Foreman was born October
in Hollywood, CA. She is married, has
two children, and resides in Potomac, MD.
Nomination of Robert W.
Page, Sr., To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Army
October 27, 1987
President today announced his intention to nominate Robert W. Page, Sr., to be
an Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works). He would succeed Robert K.
1985 Mr. Page has been president and chief executive officer of Page Mickel Co. in Houston, TX. Prior to this he was
president and chief executive officer of Kellogg Rust in Houston. Since 1985 Mr. Page
has served on the President's Export Council.
Page graduated from Texas A&M University (B.S., 1950). He served
in the United States Navy, 1944 - 1946. Mr. Page was born January
in Dallas, TX. He is married, has
four children, and resides in Houston, TX.