The Foreign Service Journal, October 2022

THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL | OCTOBER 2022 47 Susan Rockwell Johnson is president of the Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training and a former AFSA president. She retired in 2015 after a lifetime in the Foreign Service as the daughter of a career FSO and then her own 35-year career. M any in the Foreign Service will know Ann Delavan Harrop’s name well, testimony to the accomplished diplomatic career of her Foreign Service officer and Career Ambassador husband, William C. “Bill” Harrop. Her long and rich life was inextricably intertwined with Bill Harrop, their family, the Foreign Service, and her beloved dogs—devoted companions from childhood on, including in the Foreign Service. Many recognize her as the pro- fessional she was, a Foreign Service spouse who served alongside Bill—from the United States to Europe, Africa, Australia, and the AN Inspiring FOREIGN SERVICE LIFE Ann Delavan Harrop 1928-2022 APPRECIATION BY SUSAN ROCKWE L L JOHNSON Ann Delavan Harrop and her family at the 2015 AFSA awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., where William C. Harrop received the Lifetime Contributions to American Diplomacy Award. From left: Caldwell Harrop, George H. Harrop, William C. Harrop, Ann Delavan Harrop, Mark D. Harrop, and Scott N. Harrop. COURTESYOFBILLHARROP