Oregon Consular Corps

Members

Passion. Experience. Diligence.

List of Representatives

 

Oregon has had Consular Services for over a century, with Consular representatives stationed in Portland, for the most part, having jurisdiction extending throughout the Western United States from Portland.

In some cases, a resident United States citizen is appointed by a foreign country as their representative. These officials hold the rank of Honorary Consul General, Honorary Consul, or Honorary Vice Consul, dependent on the status accorded by the appointed authority. These appointments must also have the approval of the United States State Department.

Among functions performed by consular representatives are the following:

• Promotion of their country's trade within the area to which they are assigned;
• Offering protection and assistance to their country's shipping interests, legalization of ship's papers, assistance to their native sailors in distress, and adjudication of some shipping matters;
• Rendering assistance and protection of nationals of the country they represent;
• Administrating oaths, legalizing foreign documents as required by their country's laws, issuing passports, and visas;
• Acting as a spoke person on their country's policies and achievements in fields such as culture and its attractions for tourism.

Under regulations formulated by 92 nations at the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, Honorary Consuls are entitled to most of the privileges and immunities accorded Career Consuls. These laws governed Diplomatic Intercourse and Immunities on April 18, 1961, and continue in force.
 

 

Austria  Christopher Hermann  View Bio

Austria
Christopher Hermann
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Czech Republic  Marie Amicci  View Bio

Czech Republic
Marie Amicci
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Italy  Andrea Bartoloni  View Bio

Italy
Andrea Bartoloni
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Lithuania  Randolph L. Miller  View Bio

Lithuania
Randolph L. Miller
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Republic of Moldova  Mark B. Williams  View Bio

Republic of Moldova
Mark B. Williams
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Barbados  H. Des Johnson  View Bio

Barbados
H. Des Johnson
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Denmark  Ingolf Noto  View Bio

Denmark
Ingolf Noto
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Japan  Takashi Teraoka  View Bio

Japan
Takashi Teraoka
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Luxembourg  Bill Failing  View Bio

Luxembourg
Bill Failing
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Namibia  Lance J. Mayhew  View Bio

Namibia
Lance J. Mayhew
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Belgium  Cyrille Michel  View Bio

Belgium
Cyrille Michel
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France  Dominique Geulin  View Bio

France
Dominique Geulin
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Republic of Korea  Greg Caldwell  View Bio

Republic of Korea
Greg Caldwell
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Malaysia  John L. Blackwell  View Bio

Malaysia
John L. Blackwell
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Netherlands  Hans van Alebeek  View Bio

Netherlands
Hans van Alebeek
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Canada  Jim Baumgartner  View Bio

Canada
Jim Baumgartner
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Guatemala  Marta Guembes-Herrera  View Bio

Guatemala
Marta Guembes-Herrera
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Republic of Korea  Susan Cox  View Bio

Republic of Korea
Susan Cox
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Mexico  Francisco Maass Pena  View Bio

Mexico
Francisco Maass Pena
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New Zealand  Charles Swindells  View Bio

New Zealand
Charles Swindells
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Cyprus  Alexander Christy  View Bio

Cyprus
Alexander Christy
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Iceland  Les Swanson  View Bio

Iceland
Les Swanson
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Republic of Latvia  Dr. Uldis J. Berzins  View Bio

Republic of Latvia
Dr. Uldis J. Berzins
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Micronesia  Dominic Maluchmai  View Bio

Micronesia
Dominic Maluchmai
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Norway  Larry K. Brunn  View Bio

Norway
Larry K. Brunn
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Romania  James H. Rudd  View Bio

Romania
James H. Rudd
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Taiwan  Vincent Yao  View Bio

Taiwan
Vincent Yao
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Thailand  Nicholas J. Stanley  View Bio

Thailand
Nicholas J. Stanley
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Ukraine  Valeriy V. Goloborodko  View Bio

Ukraine
Valeriy V. Goloborodko
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Emeritus Members

 
 

A Member of the Corps, who resigns, is replaced, or whose post is eliminated, and who is in good standing with the Corps at such time, may become an Emeritus Member in the Corps upon receipt by the Secretary of a written request, followed by election by a simple majority of the members present at a duty called meeting.

Emeritus Members are entitled to full rights and privileges of the Corps, including voting rights.

Belgium  John H. Herman  View Bio

Belgium
John H. Herman
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Republic of Korea  John E. Bates  View Bio

Republic of Korea
John E. Bates
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Panama  Gale E. Blessing  View Bio

Panama
Gale E. Blessing
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Sweden  Mark O. Johnson  View Bio

Sweden
Mark O. Johnson
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Republic of Korea  Robert W. Donaldson  View Bio

Republic of Korea
Robert W. Donaldson
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Peru  Oscar Flores Fiol  View Bio

Peru
Oscar Flores Fiol
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France  Claudine Fisher  View Bio

France
Claudine Fisher
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Liechtenstein  Mary Jean Thompson  View Bio

Liechtenstein
Mary Jean Thompson
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Philippines  Richard K. Woodling  View Bio

Philippines
Richard K. Woodling
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Germany  Gunther Hoffmann  View Bio

Germany
Gunther Hoffmann
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Mexico  Dr. Fernando Leon  View Bio

Mexico
Dr. Fernando Leon
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Poland  Ted Winnowski  View Bio

Poland
Ted Winnowski
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Germany  Robert T. Manicke  View Bio

Germany
Robert T. Manicke
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Netherlands  Ted E. Runstein  View Bio

Netherlands
Ted E. Runstein
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Sweden  Ross Fogelquist  View Bio

Sweden
Ross Fogelquist
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Honorary Members

 

The Corps may elect by a simple majority vote, as Honorary members, any former or current diplomat residing in, or whom the Corps determines to otherwise be sufficiently connected with, Oregon. At least fifteen (15) days advance notice to the Corps must be given prior to any such election present at a duty called meeting.

Honorary members shall be entitled to full rights and privileges of the Corps, but will not have voting rights.

 
Malta  Ambassador Molly Bordonaro

Malta
Ambassador Molly Bordonaro

Cameroon  Ambassador (Ret) Harriet Isom

Cameroon
Ambassador (Ret) Harriet Isom

New Zealand  Ambassador William McCormick

New Zealand
Ambassador William McCormick