Thomas L. Siebert

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Thomas L. Siebert, born 1946, is an American lawyer and former diplomat. Siebert was appointed United States Ambassador to Sweden in 1994 by President Bill Clinton and served in this capacity until 1997. Currently Siebert holds a position at law firm Thompson Coburn LLP in Washington D.C. He lives with his wife, Debbie, and children Lauren, Teddy, and Trevor, in Annapolis, MD. Siebert's daughter Sarah is married and lives in New York, NY with her husband.

Siebert received his B.A. at Georgetown University in 1968 and his J.D. at Georgetown University Law Center in 1972. According to Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter,[1] Siebert came to know President Clinton during his university years. According to the same source, he was also active in the election campaign of Clinton in 1992.

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  1. ^ Dagens Nyheter, November 11, 1993

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Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Charles E. Redman
U.S. Ambassador to Sweden
1994 - 1997
Succeeded by
Lyndon Lowell Olson, Jr.