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Preceded by  John H. Panabaker
Succeeded by  Melvin M. Hawkrigg

Occupation  diplomat
Name  James Taylor
James H. Taylor James H Taylor Hall Hall
Born  March 25, 1930 (age 85) Hamilton, Ontario (1930-03-25)
Alma mater  McMaster University (1951) Oxford University

Reverend James H. Taylor, Sr. Eulogy for Augusta "Dear" Bradley

James Hutchings "Si" Taylor (born August 26, 1930) is a Canadian former diplomat who served as the Chancellor of McMaster University from 1992 to 1998. Taylor was born and raised in Hamilton and was a Rhodes Scholar, graduating from McMaster in 1951. He worked for the Canadian Department of External Affairs for 40 years and served posts in Vietnam, India, France, the Soviet Union, and Belgium. He also served as the Canadian Ambassador to Japan, Ambassador to NATO; Director–General of European Affairs and Undersecretary of State for External Affairs.


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