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The Embassy of Nicaragua in Washington, D.C., where Sevilla-Sacasa resided while serving as Nicaraguan ambassador to the United States. Guillermo Sevilla-Sacasa (1908 – Potomac, Montgomery County, Maryland, December 16, 1997) was the Nicaraguan ambassador to the United States from 1943 until 1979, when President Anastasio Somoza Debayle was ousted from Nicaragua.[1] As a result of his record breaking service as ambassador in Washington, D.C., he was appointed Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, a position he held until July 1979. He was the son of J. Ramón Sevilla Castellón and wife Dolores Sacasa Sacasa, daughter of Roberto Sacasa, 44th and 46th President of Nicaragua, and wife and cousin Ángela Sacasa Cuadra. Known as the "world's most decorated ambassador", he was a judge and Speaker of the Nicaraguan House.[2] He also served as Ambassador to the U.S. for 36 years under 8 American Presidents and 11 Secretaries of State. In 1943, Sevilla-Sacasa married Lillian Somoza Debayle, born in León, Nicaragua, on May 3, 1921, daughter of Anastasio Somoza García, 65th and 69th President of Nicaragua, and wife Salvadora Debayle Sacasa, and had nine children: Guillermo Sevilla Somoza, who has four children from a previous marriage: William C. Sevilla Christine Sevilla Alexander David Sevilla Robert Sevilla Lillian Salvadora Sevilla Somoza Luis Ramón Sevilla Somoza Edda Sevilla Somoza Julia Sevilla Somoza, married to Steven B. Hopping, M.D., has three children from a previous marriage: Mario Sacasa Sevilla Ricardo Sacasa Sevilla Julia C. Sacasa Sevilla de Checa Lorena Isabel Sevilla Somoza, has two children from a previous marriage; Lorena Anastasia Laurenzano Carolyn Christina Laurenzano Eduardo Sevilla Somoza, Nicaragua's Ambassador to the United Nations from 2000-2007, married to Beatriz Obregon Lacayo, Miss Nicaragua 1977; together they have three children: Eduardo "Dito" Jose Sevilla Obregon Carlos Guillermo Sevilla Obregon Beatriz Carolina Sevilla Obregon Alejandro Javier Sevilla Somoza, married to Bryony Sara Veater has two children; Jennifer Claire Sevilla Alejandro Guillermo Sevilla Bernardo David Sevilla Somoza, married to Kymberly Young Martin, has two children: Nicolas Martin Sevilla Evan David Sevilla References ^ "Daughter of former Nicaraguan strongman dies in Washington". The Miami Herald. Retrieved 2008-01-17.  ^ "Guillermo Sevilla-Sacasa, 89, Latin Envoy". The New York Times. December 22, 1997. Retrieved 2008-01-17.  Persondata Name Sevilla-Sacasa, Guillermo Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a Nicaraguan politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e