| June 12, 1920Haifa, Mandatory Palestine|
July 17, 1995, Ramat Gan, Israel
Ephraim Evron Wikipedia
Ephraim "Eppy" Evron (Hebrew: אפרים עברון; June 12, 1920 – July 17, 1995) was an Israeli diplomat. Born in Haifa during the British Mandate, Evron served in a variety of positions within the Israeli government and as ambassador to several countries, including the United States from 1978 to 1982. Evron was married to Rivka Passman in 1943 and had a son and daughter. He died in 1995 in Ramat Gan.1949–1951 Political Secretary to Israeli Foreign Minister
1951–1952 Secretary to Prime Minister
1953–1953 Second Secretary at the Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C.
1954–1955 Executive Assistant to Defence Minister
1957–1961 Israeli Federation of Labor
1961–1965 Counsellor and then Minister at the Israeli Embassy in London
1965–1968 Minister at the Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C.
1968–1969 Ambassador to Sweden
1969–1971 Ambassador to Canada
1972–1973 Assistant Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1973–1977 Deputy Director General
1977–1978 Director General
1979–1982 Ambassador to the United States