Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Raymond Wolfe of Jamaica

Wolfe was a lifelong resident of Preston County.
Raymond Wolfe is the Ambassador to the United Nations for Jamaica.
Wolfe was posted to New York in 2006, having served as Under-Secretary for Multilateral Affairs in his country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade from 2003.
WolfAmbassador Raymond Wolfe was on Monday elected council president for the 13th session of the International Seabed Authority.
Ambassador Wolfe was nominated by the Latin American and Caribbean Group.
Wolfe was Under-Secretary for Multilateral Affairs at his country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.
Wolfe joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in July 1973.
Wolfe is married, with two children.
McGlynn and Wolfe discussed the common causes of shoulder problems and pain, and explained how medication and/or surgery can help treat this common condition.
Morris said Wolfe is new in his post and Tuesday's meeting will be the first time the two will be able to talk about the issue.
But, on conduct matters, Wolfe said Jamaica strongly supports a "zero-tolerance approach to sexual abuse and exploitation in United Nations peacekeeping operations.
Wolfe married Beuna Cox Jan 26, 1943, in their hometown of Clarksburg, W.
Their son Tim Wolfe lives in Phil Campbell, Ala.
Wolfe was born Nov 22, 1921, in Clarksburg, to Raymond and Estella Wolfe and was the fourth of their 13 children.
With 140,000 peacekeeping personnel in 18 peacekeeping missions, and the expanding scope of their work, Wolfe said it is evident that demand has risen far beyond the United Nations capacity to respond in an efficient manner.