FREDERICK GARY DUTTON  

June 16, 1923 Ė June 25, 2005

 

GOVERNMENT SERVICE

 

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE

 

AUTHOR

 

EDUCATION and EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

            University of California, Berkeley, 1946 with honors

            Stanford University Law School, B.LL, 1949. On first Editorial Board of Stanford

 Law Review

            San Mateo High School, 1941

            Board of Regents, University of California governing board, 1962-1976

            Board of Trustees, American University of Cairo, 1983-86

 

MILITARY EXPERIENCE

 

OTHER

 

 

 

PRIVATE LAW PRACTICE

            Corporate and International Law. Member of the California, District of Columbia and US Supreme Court bars. Since 1975 practice included being chief US attorney for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and political advisor on US matters (Foreign Agents Registration with Department of Justice).

 

 

PERSONAL

Born: Julesburg, Colorado, June 16, 1923, son of Dr. Frederick G. Dutton and Lucy Elizabeth Parker Dutton.  Family moved to San Francisco Area in 1930. Decendent from English immigrants who arrived prior to the American Revolution in Virginia (mother) and in the early 1800s in Vermont via Canada (father)

 

Married: Nancy Hogan Dutton, two daughters Stacy Dutton (Philadelphia) and Christina Dutton (Washington). Married and Divorced June Klingborg, son Christopher Dutton  (San Anselmo, CA) daughters Lisa Dutton (Los Angeles) and Eve Dutton (San Carlos, CA)

 

Six Grandchildren: Andrew Dutton of San Anselmo, Parker and Pierce Cunneen of Philadelphia, Kevin and Scott Harris of San Carlos, CA, and Zoe Dutton of Los Angeles.

 

Edward P. Dutton, only sibling (deceased in 2002) who was a graduate school professor of social work at the University of Kansas (Lawrence) and the University of California/Berkeley; and community activist in the California Central Valley and Los Angeles, including as major advisor and political organizer for Caesar Chavez in the 1960s.