Gerald Lee Warren

Gerald Lee Warren

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For the American film director, see Jerry Warren.


Gerald Lee "Jerry" Warren (born 1930) was a United States journalist and newspaper editor at the San Diego Union-Tribune. He served under Ron Ziegler as deputy press secretary in the Richard Nixon administration until 1974, when he served as Nixon's final White House press secretary. He then held the same position in the Gerald Ford administration until 1975.

Life and career

Warren was born in Nebraska and served as a pilot in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He graduated from University of Nebraska in 1952.Thone, Ruth Raymond (Winter 2004). University of Nebraska Alumni Magazine Warren joined the San Diego Union in 1956.

Warren was one of three original recipients of the Nixon "enemies list memo.

Following his service at the White House, he returned to the Union-Tribune until his retirement in 1995. In 2002, he went into the ministry in Alexandria, Virginia.Wilkie, Dana (December 27, 2002). Ex-Union-Tribune editor explores his spiritual side. San Diego Union-Tribune

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